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I know I’ve blogged quite a bit about appearance, from Sarah Palin’s glasses to Oprah’s affinity for the Dove campaign… but I am here to say that I can recognize that beauty is often only skin deep.

In fact, I have a new theory to pass along to the blogosphere, and it’s merely an extension on the idea that beauty is only skin deep. My theory is: “If a man has a full head of hair, he’s up to no good.” It is a theory that is full of Tiger Lily potential: A full head of hair = a lack of character. Here’s what I’d like to show as my evidence:

Blagojevich. Wire tapping accuses Rod of selling Obama’s Senate seat to the highest bidder. His reply, “I will fight this, I will fight this, I will fight this.” He gets away with everything; he has good hair. Who can blame him for being defiant?

Clinton. He did not have sexual relations with that woman; he’s got such great hair, he’s just can’t help it. There must be a reason people called him “Slick Willy.”

John Edwards. Just too beautiful and smiley. He was so good-looking and suave, I knew something wasn’t right.

Tim Tebow— I don’t know why, maybe because I’m an Oklahoma fan, but I really feel like something is off with Tim, and we know it’s not his hair. He’s just too perfect. Mark my words. Goodbye Gators, hello NFL and all the no-good possibilities.

Madoff. Now, I know this is a stretch, but look at how he is growing out his hair in the back. He must know the advantage of good hair and has decided to grow it out for his trial.

Maybe this is just a coincidence, or maybe we should start being weary of men with good hair. I’m just reporting my theory. And much like my theory that the odd numbered years are better than the even numbered ones, (yahoo! here comes 2009) there will be exceptions to the rule. Maybe it’s just a coincidence that all of these “bad boys” have such great hair. But maybe not. Tiger Lily to good hair. It just brings about bad behavior.
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