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Barbers: A before and after photo essay

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“Before the haircut, I looked a little disheveled and not on my game. Now I feel like I’m on my game and extremely sheveled.”
Senor editor Vince DiMiceli

“Scientists say that haircuts are one of the few things that separate men from apes. Before I got a trim, I was doing everything I could to model my grooming habits after theirs.”
Reporter Ben Muessig

“Before I went to the barber, everyone in the office said I looked just like the guy from ‘American Werewolf in London.’ Now everyone in the office says I look like the guy from ‘American Werewolf in Paris.’”
Intern Tommy Nocera

“I’ve been doing this haircut thing for a long time and have learned the most-valuable lesson: get a haircut and your wife likes you more. And you can see why, can’t you?”
Editor Gersh Kuntzman

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Updated 5:13 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Hairless from bklyn says:
Ben still looks the same
looks like to me he ripped you off
everyone else just needs some conditioner

and Gersh
try "just for men" hair color
gets rid of the gray in just 5 mins dude
your paper is a weekly so take some time out to pamper your self
Happy Fathers Day!!
June 19, 2009, 1:07 pm

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