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July 14, 2005

Twenty-First Century Mullett

I woke up this morning wondering if the Caesar cut will one day be counted as the twenty-first century equivalent of the mullet. I'm very concerned about this; I've been wearing a Caesar cut for more than a decade now, and really, how long can a hairdo inspired by George Clooney continue to satisfy the American public?

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at July 14, 2005 3:09 PM Bookmark and Share

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fear not, dave, my casual survey of national's baseball games and a cross-country drive through ohio/indiana/illinois and iowa suggests the return of the classic mullet is at hand, relegating the george clooney inspired ceasar to the role of understudy for the jennifer aniston do of the mid-nineties.

Comment by: elaine at July 15, 2005 12:07 PM

Click on the mullett link in the post, and you'll see the inimitable Brad Pitt and even Tony Blair so shorn. The Mullett: it's not just for red states anymore.

Comment by: dave at July 15, 2005 1:56 PM

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