He'd probably bat his, though.
There's nothing wrong with the honest-to-god truth. And when the truth is that you've tied the success of your campaign to boyishness, keeping your foppish 'do in place becomes a matter of national importance. $400 for a haircut is a small price to pay for liberty. And two minutes of adjusting, primping, and getting that part just right isn't just the right thing for you-- it's the right thing for America.
Patriots, Paul Mitchell: Unite!
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