It wasn’t too long ago, just a few lifetimes, when finding ethical hair was just as easy as finding a dishonest politician. One might even say that there was a preponderance of ethical hair, but if one should say that, they would be guilty of trying to use big, fancy words with lots of letters, instead of smaller words that conserve letters and convey almost as much meaning.
With an alphabet that contains barely two dozen characters, it is important to conserve as many letters as possible while new letters are being developed, as anyone might understand.
There is some debate and discussion as to why the preponderance of ethical hair is diminishing, while at the same time the over abundance of dishonest politicians becomes even more over abundant, and it appears that in the case of the politicians it is due to the massive swelling of “government”, while in the case of hair, it is now obvious that it began with the “mullet”.
As evidence of this; I need only to offer some type of compelling evidence.
With that point now proven, we will turn our attention back to undivided.
Hair, in it’s many forms, can no longer be taken for granted; it can no longer be trusted and given the run of the place as in the past, it must be assumed that most hair may have intentions that are not obvious, not transparent; and the thicker the hair; the less transparent the intentions.
Hair, in fact, in order to be safe; should be treated like a red-headed step child.
It should be photographed and finger printed. It should be documented and undocumented. It must be held accountable at all costs and in every season.
This is especially true of suspected illegal hair that doesn’t display it’s nationality and origin.
If these facts disturb you, you are taking things way too seriously, as well you should.
I encourage you to write, telephone, fax and email your questions and concerns to the Bureau of Indian Affairs at:
Office of Public Affairs
Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20240
Telephone: (202) 208-3710
Telefax: (202) 501-1516