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I'm sorry, I can't stop laughing at this whole thing.


OMG! Love this post! You are right and you are hilarious!

Michael Bartley

Reminds me of a seventies tv bad guy.


Sweet post, Lance - utterly to die for.

Or should that be "dye"?


You are a brilliant, brilliant man, sir.


Another example, put forward by the sainted Molly Ivins: Rick Perry, whom Molly called "Governor Goodhair."


I can't believe that, in all the snarky comments on all the blogs I've seen, no one has bothered to bring up the name James Trafficant?

His toupee shows up next to the dictionary listing for "varmint".

D. Potter

I have to admit, shame-facedly, that I laughed like a drain over your piece, even if S. Madrak pointed at it first.

At least, it wasn't a woman's hair, and it wasn't about how the price of his haircut made him a hypocrite. But still. Hair mockery is a cheap shot.

I look forward to mocking substance.


Very funny. Thanks.


Thank you mentioning Traficant. How about the Divinely loved and corrupt ex-mayor of Providence, who was haired when mayor, and even had different toupees for different occasions.


That is hair that will open up to reveal the alien saucer controlling him.

Its like "Meet Dave". Only it sucks more.

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