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bobby1972
06-09-2005, 10:32 PM
well it seems to me to make a lot of people thin out on top amazing or at least speeds it up ,you see people just loose what little they got left when they take up the game its a beauty.

Rincewind
06-09-2005, 10:34 PM
well it seems to me to make a lot of people thin out on top amazing or at least speeds it up ,you see people just loose what little they got left when they take up the game its a beauty.

Well hair is so grossly overrated.

bobby1972
06-09-2005, 10:39 PM
yes look at kojak

arosar
06-09-2005, 10:40 PM
yes look at kojak

I'm having inappropriate thoughts.

AR

Dozy
07-09-2005, 06:33 AM
well it seems to me to make a lot of people thin out on top amazing or at least speeds it up ,you see people just loose what little they got left when they take up the game its a beauty.
What's wrong with bald? Some of my best friends are bald!
(Alfred, Lord Tennyson, realised the value of baldness when he penned his immortal lines:
"The Lord sure took a lot of pains to make sure he was fair;
To some of us he gave the brains, the others got the hair.")

After Norm Greenwood and I had tied for first in the U1600 division of the NSW Open this year I heard a woman say to DOP Charles Z, "Isn't it good to see some aged people winning for a change."
First time I've ever had that particular adjective applied (though I'm not disputing its accuracy).

Thunderspirit
07-09-2005, 08:18 PM
Well hair is so grossly overrated.

There is a great Maltese proverb, when translated it goes something like:

"If hair was important it wouldn't be up your a*&%!"