reply to post by MidnightDStroyer
Excellent perspective, however you mightn't want to wish for that toilet-seat-warmer quite so stringently ...... There are folks even as
we speak out beating the bushes for yeti and related species. It'd be a shame to see you in a !NEWSFLASH! one day, belly down in a freezer.
They put so much money & effort at advertising hair care products but they still make untold piles of profit by selling something that's so
YES! and it's not only worthless, it's DEAD! |Dead cells that some carry around and...... and..... even *gasp*
shape and adorn with sparkly things!! ewwwwww What if we treated all our dead cells with such reverence?
Okay, to segue to your conspriacy, don't forget to tie into political aspirations, and the notion that there has never been a completely hairless
pontiff of any state head. Perhaps it's a preconceived thing? I mean, look at it. According to this site, over 30% of all men go completely
bald by the age of 55, and over 60% suffer from the dreaded ravaged of the comb-over [or worse yet, the swirler effect] by 55.
Of course, as the site notes, 70% of statistics
are made up.
I lost my hair suddenly, at age 22, after cutting my long hair (I could almost sit on it) to get a job with the government. I like to think my hair
got ticked off and just gave up. Perhaps there is a tie-in to a governmental sub-plot there as radiation WAS occasionally involved......
onward. I had a choice of wearing a rug, getting overpriced hair plugs, or, even more entertaining, getting a nylon filament RUN UNDER my SCALP in
sixteen places and having hair HOOK-RUGGED to it. ewg.
Life was a lot simpler when I chose to just wear it short, and even moreso when I started shaving it. Now, I can shave my head in just slightly
less time than it takes me to shave my face. Simple.
I'm thinking of growing one of those Alladin genie things, circle it with a shiny silver band, dare anyone to say anything. yah.