Oh, that poor dear.Call me cynical, but I do hope he didn't do that on purpose in order to bolster a claim of post-battle insanity.Yes, yes, I know the faux hawk is all the rage, but that unsightly 'do should be called a NOhawk.
If only Mr. Rumsfeld had looked that way ... what a wonderful war (s)it would have been.Kinda of Tomahawk Indian wars, don't you think?Cheney in Wyoming shooting the redskins.Get my barf bag.
It's as though Helen Lawson's wet wig landed on his head:http://youtube.com/watch?v=B2ro5asAfXQ
Not to offend the seriously religious, I often exclaim "Moses!" when see something startling.When I see something like this, I add the alliteration.Moses Malone!
Oh dear! Oh my! Please tell me this is a joke. Or photoshopped, or whatever. The poor dear, I find I cannot even laugh, I can only avert my eyes, sneak a peek, avert my eyes.Eyes averted.
Lost in the atrocity that are those bangs - the forehead equivalent of a Hitler moustache - is the almost equal horror, perpetrated on the poor unfortunate by his parents, one trusts, of the spelling "Kristofer".Wasn't that the name of one of Pia Zadora's kids?
Muscato, I think it's more of a hooked-on-phonics kinda spelling.
That is so wrong at so many levels I do not even know where to begin.Where did I put the goddam flowbee is a start however...
I think he'd look even better with a pair of civil-war era style muttonchops.big ones.
On the way into the room, his mother said he looked ridiculous and proceeded to lick his erect mohawk into submission. This is the unfortunate result.At the very least, he should tell her to lick backwards next time.
Those in the know will easily recognize the start of a reverse mullet. It will look fine in a year.
Perhaps all that "forward observer" work he did in Iraq blew his hair into that--er--style.
Didn't I see this guy on "Top Chef"?
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