Blue Star

Scott Sullivan
When I think of the time and energy I once spent on my hair, I appreciate getting rid of it. Now I look like a soldier: severe, generic and my head fits inside my bike helmet. Time wasted blow-drying, combing and teasing … whatever it took to make me look like a newscaster, rock star or senator … can now go to more important things.

There used to be hair bands that women wore and “hair bands” like Mötley Crüe that spent as much time on their locks as licks. I turned gray, then found all of my colored hair banned.

Now it’s white, why not chop enough so I needn’t comb it yet not so much that my dome needs sunscreen?

Samson had Delilah, Son of Sam had a neighbor’s dog who gave him Satanic commands and my Samsung cuts out when it ceases receiving signals. My haircut proved deep as well.

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