The clean pate club

  • Article by: BILL WARD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 14, 2012 - 6:31 PM

Men have become more comfortable, confident, even more commanding by embracing their baldness.

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sohkohNov. 14, 12 9:50 PM

26 year old here waiting for the inevitable. Thank you to Jason Statham and Bruce for giving us popular alternatives to the comb over and other...unspeakables (implants, pills, and toupees). I think I'll go with the Statham look at first, buzzed but not chromed. Shaving with a razor seems like too much maintenance when at least with a buzz you can go a couple weeks without a cut. Any opinions? My dad was "bald" for 20 years, buzzed for 10, and has been chrome for about 5 years and it definitely makes him look younger. At least he doesn't have to worry about grey hair!

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breezybobNov. 14, 1211:23 PM

A trend that started a half dozen years ago is not "cutting edge" and it actually started in the 90s, so no, sorry, not cutting edge. I still like the style though. Your article is just way late.

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billward4Nov. 15, 12 8:03 AM

"Cutting edge" is this thing called a pun, not obvious to some but should be in a sentence that notes how long ago it started and includes the word "receding." Consensus among everyone I interviewed is that it started about 5-6 years ago in the Twin Cities, but earlier (and is still bigger) on the coasts.

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jcf817Nov. 15, 1210:30 AM

Two words: Jean-Luc Picard

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davewtcNov. 15, 12 8:29 PM

"But the reality is if you look at every person who gets promoted into an anchor or a correspondent's job, you never ever see anyone with thinning hair." Er, Peter Mansbridge?

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