Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists/Awardees

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Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists/Awardees
Direct Link To This Post kab January 03 2005 at 5:45pm  Quote kab Quote  Post Reply Reply
While this group has tongue-in-cheek origins, they recently awarded the best hair for male and female scientists for 2004-2005. If you browse the site, you will see scientists with many different kinds of long hair styles.

http://www.improb.com/projects/hair/2004/m-w-2004-5.html#woman

The female winners were featured in the 24 Dec issue of Science.
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Direct Link To This Post DaveDecker January 04 2005 at 5:29pm  Quote DaveDecker Quote  Post Reply Reply
Huh! Very interesting...

Thanks for sharing, Kab!
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Direct Link To This Post Gormlaith January 08 2005 at 11:42pm  Quote Gormlaith Quote  Post Reply Reply
Of particular interest may be Paddy O'Brien, a rare gem among men with his outstanding continued growth. I first saw this man pointed out at in a post Victor's Long Hair Hyperboard and have been grateful for that ever since.

http://www.improb.com/projects/hair/2004/patrick-obrien-hair-HIRES.jpg

Gormlaith

Oh, and consider me counted in the pile of "welcome back Dave" messages
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Direct Link To This Post eKatherine January 09 2005 at 7:44am  Quote eKatherine Quote  Post Reply Reply
I feel left out. I'm going to start the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Science Teachers.
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Direct Link To This Post Gormlaith January 09 2005 at 9:36pm  Quote Gormlaith Quote  Post Reply Reply
Hey eKatherine, I am wondering what exactly we need to qualify as scientists. I inclusively teach science to my students. To teach it you have to have a lot of that knowledge, don't you?
http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=scientist

Gormlaith
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Direct Link To This Post eKatherine January 10 2005 at 5:37pm  Quote eKatherine Quote  Post Reply Reply
These people all seem to have doctorates and teach in colleges. But now there's two of us, we should get t-shirts made up and give us each an award.
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Direct Link To This Post Gormlaith January 10 2005 at 8:05pm  Quote Gormlaith Quote  Post Reply Reply
And there is always marry a longhaired scientist and get in on their picture.

Gormlaith, Elizabeth Regina
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Direct Link To This Post DaveDecker January 13 2005 at 5:42pm  Quote DaveDecker Quote  Post Reply Reply
Or, just establish the "Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Teachers." You both can be the charter members. A fine start!
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