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Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
04/18/18 12:17:12PM
25 posts

No love for Bob?


dready interests

*Capelton not Carleton. Haha.
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
04/17/18 11:24:50PM
25 posts

No love for Bob?


dready interests

I guess he’s just not my kind of sound. I really like stuff like Black Uhuru to Eek-A-Mouse to Carleton to SOJA and most of the in between. I just don’t typically listen to Bob Marley. I like Stephen, ziggy and especially Damian though. I guess it’s just a matter of preference.
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
04/17/18 02:12:00PM
25 posts

Second Time Dreading


Introduce Yourself

Thanks for the info regarding lathering, soaring eagle. It's good to be back. I used my Bucks County soap last night and really enjoyed the smell. A little goes a long way there.

My wife and I typically try to use natural vegan type products due to the toxic chemicals within most hygiene products so this isn't a hard transition for me. About four weeks in and enjoying what I'm seeing. I do look a bit disheveled currently because of the amount of frizz and my hair being everywhere but one little dread in the back of my head actually looks like a lock already. Haha.
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
04/15/18 04:03:57AM
25 posts

Second Time Dreading


Introduce Yourself

Thanks for the welcome! I typically was using Lush USA bar soaps as of most recently but had switched to the Equate brand of Castile liquid soap. Our hard water really made my hair feel gross on that specific liquid type.

If I recall correctly, I did use Vicki's Nag Champa liquid soap the first time I had dreads. I feel like it didn't lather the best, but I could be wrong. Either way, I'm not opposed to trying that soap again!

I see now that BS and ACV washes are being discouraged now? That has changed since I last used the forums. Keep in mind it's been a few years. Haha

I'm glad you've enjoyed letting them naturally form. I'm looking forward to the natural route because I don't feel like stressiover imperfections this time around. Before, I wanted the "perfect" look but really liked how they looked as time went on and the rip and twist loosened and some fell out. I've already got a few loops and an "S" shape and I need to separate every other day or so. It's off to a great start!
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
04/15/18 03:22:41AM
25 posts

Second Time Dreading


Introduce Yourself

Hey everyone. I had been a member here once before and had my first dreads for a year and a month or so. I had to cut them for a job and now I want to look know up again since I've left that job. The last time they were done with the rip and twist method, but this time I'm allowing them to just do their thing and form at their own pace. I should probably go ahead and mention that I have never and will never use wax. I ordered a bar of soap from Vicki the other day and fired up my account once more. I'd say I've stopped brushing around March 15th of this year.

It's good to be back on this road and I'm looking forward to the halakha, the journey. 

-Shalom

Riley

Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
08/07/12 12:57:45PM
25 posts

"real" meaning of dreads/king solomon?/negative encounters


General Questions

Shimshon Is just more of a Hebraic tongue I guess. Same as if you were to call Moses "Moshe" or Jeremiah "Yeremeyahu".
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
08/07/12 12:57:33AM
25 posts

"real" meaning of dreads/king solomon?/negative encounters


General Questions

I wonder if he meant Samson (or Shimshon as you may have learned in class baba)? Samson had taken the natzerite vow at an early age. This meant that he wasn't allowed to cut his hair, eat or drink anything from the vine, or touch a dead body. A vow was undertaken as a devotion to Yahweh and after the vow was accomplished, one was required to shave his head. It was assimed that he had seven braids or locks. Samson was so devout that he was rewarded with an amazing strength that would remain with him until he cut his hair. He jeopardized this when he told his Wife Delilah who had been bribed by the philistines to find the secret out. When he is asleep she has his seven locks cut. He is captured, blinded, and thrown into prison. He is summoned to a sacrifice to Dagon. In prison his hair grows long again and he uses his strength to push over two pillars, destroying the temple of Dagon, and killing many many philistines who were gathered on the roof to watch. You can read about him in Shof'tim (Judges): 14-16.
Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
06/08/12 04:06:02PM
25 posts

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Life Issues Facing Dreads

my dad told me i would look dumb with dreads. i'm almost 25 and moved out at age 18. he said, "you're not a Rastafarian or Jamaican, so you don't need them." he also said i wasn't allowed to be a Messianic Jew. but that didn't stop me. it' really is a different world when you get out from under your parent's roof. as sucky as it seems, it is their house, their rules... i had this argument MANY MANY times growing up. =[

Riley Napalm
@haazinumusic
06/08/12 03:53:01PM
25 posts

HELP! I need your opinion on my hair and dreadlockshampoo products before I lock up!


General Questions

i love the dreadlocks shampoo. it smells awesome and besides baking soda and apple cider vinegar, it's the only thing i've used to wash my locks. i ordered the nag champa and i don't have complaint. in fact, if you tell them you are brand new to dreading they may even send a sample of the aloe. that's what they did for me. and when i went back to order the aloe, they sent me a sample of the nag champa shampoo! i'm set for a while! haha

Christopher said:

Ahhhh okay okay so the clarifying is just pretty mucha random or special occasion thing. Like obviously right now to get all the conditioner out and like if I took a dip in a pool or something with hard water chlorine and what not. So would you suggest just goin ahead and getting the shampoo from dreadlockshampoo and using that until I devide to TnR? I'm def getting a couple liquid and the teatree rosemary bar you suggested

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