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Sunday, August 1, 2004

Hair, it's way over-rated. Being bald for as long as I've been (which isn't really that long at all - just shy of 1 month), it seems rather musing to me now when I think of all the men worrying about losing their hair. And what do they do? They wear a "comb-over" or maybe a toupee, perhaps go for a hair transplant? I've got a solution for them all, just shave it! You'll end up saving yourself money and in the end it'll look better, trust me. Even if your head is a bumpy and lumpy, that's okay. If enough guys shaved their head, critical mass would be reached and being bald would be a "desired" look rather than a look-of-last-resort.

And women, you're not off the hook, oh no... It's amazing how much time and money some women spend on their hair. Now I'm not saying shave your head...well, maybe that's not a bad idea! Think about it, no more shampoo and conditioner, no more clogged shower drains, no more exposure to harmful chemicals to color or perm your hair, no more bed head, the list goes on and on.

We should all be bald. But what about all the barbers and hair dressers? They'd be out of work. I have a simple solution. With only a small fraction of the money we'd all be saving on hair care, we could all pitch into a one time re-education fund that these folks could use to pay for career re-training. That way being bald wouldn't put anyone out on the street.

Hair, BAAAAAD... Baldness, GOOOOOOD...! For a better world, please, chant the mantra...


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