Jul 12, 2015

Donald Trumps Hair: Mystery Solved

Long Haired GSD
Long Haired GSD (Photo credit: Wikipedia)--long hair but the same length all over
English: Male long hair in Western culture. To...
English: Male long hair in Western culture. Totnes, UK 2008 (Saturday afternoon, about tea time) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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English: Amateur tsumami kushi, a comb, a traditional Japanese hair decoration. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Hair:  Always in the news.......

What makes it tick?

What is the story behind it?

What is the true color?

How does it stay in place?

the ronnie republic has answered these questions...........

After careful lengthy observation and prolonged thought it  seems the mystery can be  solved by talking about the  cut.

It  isn't cut--more accurately it is  not layered.

It  is  all  one length cut somewhere in the back--as if it was  hand held or a pony tail that has been cut off--the blunt  cut.

It  is a  blunt  cut--combed back and held with spray.

Note the photos--in the example of the German Shepard--the hair is long but it is all the same length.  Donald has employed the strategy of the human being with long hair of one length but  simply cut it off shorter and held it in place with massive amounts of hair spray.

But Why.........

Why does it  fall forward in that odd way.........

Because the hair is too long for the  style and his hair is  thin in texture--he may have a lot of thin hair.

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This look is difficult to pull off even for the beautiful people and once age becomes a factor, almost impossible.
So I am proposing the strange style, often referred to as the comb over, is  actually a comb back of one length of hair, held with spray and grocery store style box colored.

Maybe the attempt is  to cover the  balding crown  with the  majority of the hair in the front plagued by  a low forehead.

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The wind is always unpredictable and risky
Look at  the back and the sides--suggesting the sides are also long and again combed back, cut in one length at  the neckline.

Well,  what do you think.................

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Check out this post suggesting he is suffering from a pretty good hair style in the 70's that has aged poorly........you know, like  the 60 year old lady with a high pony tail, gray hair and bangs--what looked really good at one time is now dated.

Perhaps the donald wants the look of the 70's for today---you know the philosophy--oh, I really have long hair but I just  cut it off and combed it back because I have to get a job now......I'm still young  and cool.


At the end of the day this is the look Donald Trump would like to achieve--this is the message he is really trying to send--but when it comes to color, texture, strength, confidence--it might just come down to gene pool.

London Calling--the ronnie republic: Riding Bikes in London

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Riding Bikes in London

Going for gold this weekend?

Stratford to Barking; Go east for a mostly traffic-free circuit with an Olympic view

Updated: 12:42, 09 July 2015

Start the day at View Tube Café by treating yourself to coffee and cake while taking in the stunning views of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and futuristicArcelor Mittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture. Then pick up a Santander Cycle from the docking station on Bromley High Street, and leave the 21st century behind. This meandering route takes you down the towpath beside the Three Mills Wall River. There have been mills on this site since the Domesday Book. Look out forHouse Mill, a Grade 1 listed building constructed in 1776 and still the world’s largest tidal mill, and don’t miss the Clasping Hands sculpture, a moving memorial to a fatal accident in 1901. After negotiating the famous floating towpath, head south west along Limehouse Cut, London’s first navigable canal opened in 1770, toLimehouse Basin, keeping an eye out for moorhens, coots and other waterfowl along the way.
From the calm canalside the route brings you into the buzz of Canary Wharf. Dock your cycle at Westferry DLR and head over to the Museum of London Docklands(free entry) for a fascinating insight into the history of the area. Pick up another bike (your next docking station is Bromley) to continue anticlockwise, passingBillingsgate Fish Market and the Excel Centre before returning via the Greenway to View Tube Café.

This route is provided by the British Cycling’s as part of its free guided ride programme. For other bike rides visit tfl.gov.uk/leisureroutes
Did you know?
This summer Santander Cycles are unlocking unique experiences around London including a once-in-a-lifetime bike ride around the Science Museum on a Santander Cycle. Visit Santander.co.uk/uk/cycles

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Santander Cycles is easy
Just go to any docking station with your bank card and touch the screen to begin. Or download the official Santander Cycles app to get quicker access.
Hire a bike, ride it where you like and return it to any docking station along the way. Costs start from £2 for 24-hour bike access, including unlimited 30 minute journeys