North Korea campaigns against long hair, untidy attire
A North Korean soldier combs his hair at the truce village of Panmunjom, north of Seoul. Stalinist North Korea (news - web sites) has stepped up its campaign against long hair and untidy attire which its media says represents a 'corrupt capitalist' lifest
SEOUL (AFP) - Stalinist North Korea has stepped up its campaign against long hair and untidy attire which its media says represents a "corrupt capitalist" lifestyle, reports said.
North Korean state television, radio and newspapers have led the grooming drive, urging people to cut their hair short and to dress tidily, the BBC said in a dispatch citing broadcasts from Pyongyang.
Reminds me of a "Medieval Fair" I attended. While watching a play, I and certain others were invited to become members of the "Brothers of the Dome." I was qualified for some reason! A lot of fun if you've not been to one of these events.
Elisha and me. Has a nice ring to it. Watch out for the bears.
No wonder I have a bigger appetite than my Husband ... and he can always get the entire newspaper crossword done , must be my hair thats to blame
Actually , I have noticed that after a trim , my hair has a "mini growth spurt", so I'm not so sure if cutting it twice a month is going to help conserve brain power , After all it takes a lot of smarts to buy into the idea that hair uses too much energy .