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Rob Beschizza at 4:18 am Mon, Nov 12, 2012
So… Donald Trump?
Definitely One Direction and all their predecessors. They are the Illuminati.
damn it – you beat me to it…
No Country for Old Men’s hair stylist, Paul LeBlanc, is from around here. In a local radio interview, he said that Anton Chigurh’s hair style was designed to be out of place/time, strange, and unsettling.
So .. Alfalfa?
Was a prize asshole, by all accounts. Shot to death while trying to extort money at knife-point.
I have seen this in real life. There is a kind of status-signalling “business” hairstyle that reliably indicates the presence of an utter prick immediately beneath it. It’s weird – it seems they can’t see it in the mirror or something.
Exceptions? I’ll start: http://www.jabulela.com/files/media/Da-Vinci-Code-walpaper-tom.jpg
That entire story was villanous
Suddenly, Jedward start to make a lot of sense.
On the face of it, that is a sentence that I never expect to be uttered unironically. Besides, Jedward are not fictional characters, however hard that may be to believe. And they seem nice enough lads.
Better real-life example from showbiz: Jimmy Savile.
Mr. Zorg is disappointed.