A third pivotal innovation was a safety razor using a disposable double-edge blade that King Camp Gillette submitted a patent application for in 1901 and was granted in 1904.
I have a simple conditional statement that is working, but it will not display the else date. I'm testing if the date is default and if true, display current admitted.
So I touched on this in yesterday's rant, but I was inspired to share a bit of history on why I feel that way and give y'all a really important emotional cheat code that I hold dear, which is basically just a slightly more academic version of *He's Just Not That Into You.*Maybe he's not asking you out, but you assume he's just super-busy and wait around.
Or maybe he's not saying I love you, so you assume he has intimacy problems and just can't say it.
But when you prefixed it with @ sign Razor treats it as rendering stuff so it does appear in generated html.
I am trying to display a date type input on my create and edit Razor Views...
The initial purpose of these protective devices was to reduce the level of skill needed for injury-free shaving, thereby reducing the reliance on professional barbers.
The term was first used in a patent issued in 1880, for a razor in the basic contemporary configuration with a handle attached at right angles to a head in which a removable blade is placed (although this form predated the patent).
A safety razor is a shaving implement with a protective device positioned between the edge of the blade and the skin.
The Schick Injector Razor is a familiar piece of shaving hardware.
Any day on e Bay you can see dozens of them for sale, and relatively few bids out, at least for the common ones.
You know how you look back at bad relationships a few years later after the sexlove spell is broken and everything seems so obvious?
Kinds of razors include straight razors, disposable razor, and electric razors.