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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    Everyone looks better with a good set of hair.

    So your point is flawed.
    That was not his point and that wasn't your logic.

    You were trying to proof that one old guy with unusual big hair is somehow the golden standard and ultimate proof that old people with big hair will always look better, where BigThinker countered that by saying that by that logic one man like Vin Diesel would somehow be the ultimate proof that bald men are somehow better looking than 'hairy' ones.

    You can say "Everyone looks better with a good set of hair", but your (rather desperate) example simply does not substantiate that.

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    I would love to have Ronald Reagans juvenile hairline any day of the week.

    In my view - a solid head of hair is a +2 to any mans appearance out of ten.

    I reckon I scrape a 7.5 at best outta 10 WITH a full head of hair.

    Thanks to losing hair, I place myself about a 5-6. I pull off the shaved look to some extent - but I'm just another space monkey then.

    Only black men pull of bald in my view. The rest of us end up looking like fugitives, convicts and leukemia patients - unless we dish out on the tan and try to compensate with the muscles/meathead physique route.

    Nothing wrong with that, but it's not something I personally have time to invest in. It's also a look not congruent with my ideal vision of myself. I want to be a suave James Bond type, not a gruff bruiser type.

    So yeah, if I had Ronald Reagan's hair as a seventy year old, I would be very happy. Do I acknowledge it probably means less when you're that age.

    Most likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    I would love to have Ronald Reagans juvenile hairline any day of the week.

    In my view - a solid head of hair is a +2 to any mans appearance out of ten.

    I reckon I scrape a 7.5 at best outta 10 WITH a full head of hair.

    Thanks to losing hair, I place myself about a 5-6. I pull off the shaved look to some extent - but I'm just another space monkey then.

    Only black men pull of bald in my view. The rest of us end up looking like fugitives, convicts and leukemia patients - unless we dish out on the tan and try to compensate with the muscles/meathead physique route.

    Nothing wrong with that, but it's not something I personally have time to invest in. It's also a look not congruent with my ideal vision of myself. I want to be a suave James Bond type, not a gruff bruiser type.

    So yeah, if I had Ronald Reagan's hair as a seventy year old, I would be very happy. Do I acknowledge it probably means less when you're that age.

    Most likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    I would love to have Ronald Reagans juvenile hairline any day of the week.

    In my view - a solid head of hair is a +2 to any mans appearance out of ten.

    I reckon I scrape a 7.5 at best outta 10 WITH a full head of hair.

    Thanks to losing hair, I place myself about a 5-6. I pull off the shaved look to some extent - but I'm just another space monkey then.

    Only black men pull of bald in my view. The rest of us end up looking like fugitives, convicts and leukemia patients - unless we dish out on the tan and try to compensate with the muscles/meathead physique route.

    Nothing wrong with that, but it's not something I personally have time to invest in. It's also a look not congruent with my ideal vision of myself. I want to be a suave James Bond type, not a gruff bruiser type.

    So yeah, if I had Ronald Reagan's hair as a seventy year old, I would be very happy. Do I acknowledge it probably means less when you're that age.

    Most likely.
    +1

    at least Reagen if he really wanted to had the choice of going slick bald by shaving it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbo View Post
    Tbf David Lynch is one of the strangest directors in Hollywood with or without his hair.

    And yes, what BigThinker said.
    I agree!!! Some claim that one of his films can cause some psychological damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35YrsAfter View Post
    I agree!!! Some claim that one of his films can cause some psychological damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    BE RIGHT BACK, just going to watch eraserhead right now.
    I made the mistake of seeing that when I was in my twenties. I thought it was a comedy. My friend walked out of the theater about half way through. There's something toxic and disturbing about that film.

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    I wouldnt want to be a NW 0 if it really exists. I take it women , boys and girls are NW 0 .

    I had my transplants to give me back my NW2 . Achieving that goal is good enough. I even had a slight recede on both sides built in just to give it a mature flavor.

    Once the density fills in I will be satisfied and move on with my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drybone View Post
    I wouldnt want to be a NW 0 if it really exists. I take it women , boys and girls are NW 0 .

    I had my transplants to give me back my NW2 . Achieving that goal is good enough. I even had a slight recede on both sides built in just to give it a mature flavor.

    Once the density fills in I will be satisfied and move on with my life.
    When I was 14, I first noticed I had some minor recession. I looked at things a lot different back then. For instance my family watched a popular TV show, The Fugitive, starring David Janssen. As a teenager, he looked bald to me. Some people thought he wore a hairpiece but he didn't.

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    Are hair transplants worth doing.

    If you continue to bald, they seem to at best be a short term fix.

    Quote Originally Posted by 35YrsAfter View Post
    When I was 14, I first noticed I had some minor recession. I looked at things a lot different back then. For instance my family watched a popular TV show, The Fugitive, starring David Janssen. As a teenager, he looked bald to me. Some people thought he wore a hairpiece but he didn't.

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