Jeremy Weathers

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For the last two years, I have not used any hair cleaners other than water. I rinse my hair and beard every day and scrub it a bit (as if I had shampoo). I wear my hair and beard fairly short, so that may be a factor. When I first started, my hair was greasy around weeks 4-6, but other than that it has been great. The only "product" I use is a dab of homemade beard oil most days.

For about 3 years, we've used deodorant stones and a couple of deodorants from Aubrey Organics - no antiperspirants in our house anymore. I notice a bit of BO on myself by evening, but none for my wife.

I've tried going soapless for a while earlier this year. I used Norwex micro-fiber cloths for scrubbing, but have been lazy about that since they were getting sour quickly during the summer months. I didn't notice any odor or cleanliness problems. Part of me still likes using a little bit of soap on the more-smelly parts of my body.
3 years ago
I'm no designer, but since the diamond-shaped P seems to lose its "P"-ness, I'd suggest exploring the combination of a "power" shape with a skewed/perspective-drawn letter. I threw this sample together quickly, but I think it shouldn't be too difficult to draw a P that looks better and still fills the shape. (Of course, it may be that the superman diamond simply isn't well-suited to a "P".)
When I registered my shiny new account, the new user form's password fields had size=25 and maxlength=100. Great! So I create and activate my account, then logout, to login and save my login info in 1Password. Hrmm - invalid sign-in? No, I copied/pasted my new random password correctly. Reset my password - this form has the password fields size=25 and maxlength=40 - that's quite a bit shorter now, and explains why the 50-character password did not save. So, I create a shorter one and go to login page. Invalid sign-in. Again? This form has the password field size=25 and maxlength=25. Ok, at least now I know what your real limit is, but I wasted the 30 minutes I had budgeted for skimming the site on this.

Suggestions:

1) consistency is next to godliness
2) clearly stating password size limits is better than forcing me to use an inspector to try and figure out what you want
3) I realize this might be JForum's problem (I have heard Paul talk about making changes to the forum software on one or two podcast episodes), so if this isn't a bug in permies.com's JForum implementation, please file this bug with JForum

I never expect much from forum software - I'll try to spend some time talking about permaculture and not only griping about the site.