I once was also gifted with a glorious head of hair and kept it long. But the baldness gene that runs in the family showed up, and I thought having a hair style that looked like a stapled hula skirt around my head, was not very nice looking. High and tight after that.

Nature is cruel. Don’t add go the misery by looking like a 20 year old bar mop.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

12 thoughts on “Sometimes you have to admit it.”
  1. C’mon Miguel, he’s dead sexy. 😂

    My wife suggested that I go for a Danny Devito ponytail. Two words: “no” and “no”.

    1. Awwwww! I started getting grey at 17, you can imagine it now at 73. But most of it is still here, I’ll take white over none, anyday. LOL

  2. Yup. Let it shine, brother.

    Like with the unfortunate comb-over, you aren’t kidding anyone.

    Just as bad is the baldy but with what hair is left in a ponytail, or a mullet.

    I keep what hair I have at a #2, sometimes shaving it.

    Let it shine!

  3. Or you could shell out $12,000 and have hair restoration surgery. My problem is I don’t get regular haircuts and I just get it when I feel like it’s too long or feels annoying. So every five or six months. So the tail end it gets looking rather unkempt. But I am not paying $25 for a haircut every or every other month.

  4. When I rode motorcycles I would tell people that no hair on top gave me an extra 5 mph on the top end.. the funny thing is I could care less about my hair. The less there is the less I gotta deal with..

  5. Not everyone can pull off dreadlocks, it seems.

    Male pattern baldness was kind of a slow and gentle thing to me. At some point I noticed that my hair didn’t get in my eyes anymore.

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