Monday, January 02, 2012

Quickie: One Person's Hair In This Picture Is Unaffected By Wind

Republican presidential candidate, former House speaker Newt Gingrich's hair blows in the wind as he and wife, Callista, left, pose with students during a campaign stop, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012, in Ames, Iowa. Republican presidential candidates are largely shifting from persuading voters to mobilizing them for Tuesday's caucuses. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

OK, mayyybe more than one, but I couldn't resist. Also, note that after a frantic day of Iowa hopping, Cally's side tendril of hair has collapsed. Call in the Mobile Hairdo Command Center!

10 comments:

Lulu Maude said...

Wow... the Hairdo goes back to March 22... I'd tell you that you are in the vanguard, but let's face it--you ARE the vanguard.

Peteykins said...

Right, and at the time I felt like I was late hopping on the Callista train.

Matty Boy said...

Laws of Physics are mere suggestions to the goddess Callista.

Bret @ Green Global Travel said...

Is it now possible to Botox one's hair?!

Anonymous said...

Callista has global warming to thank for the fact that it hasn't snowed in Iowa this season (or barely anyway). Or is there such a thing as waterproof hairspray?

Anonymous said...

I can't bear this woman being held captive by this immovable golden orb another moment. Someone must set her free!

Anonymous said...

Do you think maybe it's frozen solid?

- Aunt Snow

samael7 said...

"Collapsed" is such a strong word! "Listing" or possibly "flagging," certainly. "Wilting," even.

The day it goes all emo and actually falls in front of her left eye is the Day the Hairdo Died.

Ricky Shambles said...

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3143/2707790784_a0cfa93d80.jpg

Callista is one dye job from Coraline's Other Mother.

Ah-Clem said...

I think that the point of Calista's nose break the flow of the wind and causes it to blow around her head bypassing her hair.