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August 04, 2014

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Having never been cursed with this particular ailment (nor anyone else in my family), I can never be accused of being able to register empathy for the hair-deprived. It may even sound as if I'm boasting. I would never do that. Do the bald have any idea how much it costs to keep the hairful stocked with quality styling gel? Forget health care. There should be a national Obamagel program.

Charles' analyis is, as usual, balanced, comprehensive, and ineffably twainian. Pleasure to read!

Excellent job, Charles! Good options detailed with a degree of subtlety -- sometimes! I love the succinctness of this and its various convolutions.

Also pleased that you came to terms with this dilemma as a young man with style.

Very pleased you are continuing to write these entries on a regular basis!

I love your humor, Charles!! This is a standout.

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"After You've Gone"
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