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March 8, 2007
Itís incumbent on each new modern generation to make a social statement that sets it apart from the previous generation.

When I was young, it was long hair. At the time, having long hair evoked a powerful response from the over thirty crowd, and Iím not talking about a positive response.

I find it amusing that so many generals and admirals in todayís military sport longish hair. Itís the influence of seventies that gradually eased the standards of military coiffure, so that the brass of today look just as out of date as the brass of the seventies did then.