"Every game, every point is a necessity." -- Ty Conklin, January 2007
"I'll have a chance to compete for the post of first issue. This is the most important thing." -- Sergei Bobrovsky, June 2012
Thu Nov 19, SEOUL (AFP) – State media in communist North Korea, which is grappling with severe food shortages and a crumbling economy, has taken time out to urge its people to keep their hair tidy.
Rodong Sinmun, the ruling-party newspaper, said men should keep their hair short and women should have it tied up.
"To keep your hair tidy and simple... is a very important matter for setting the ethos of a sound lifestyle in the country," the paper said in its Saturday edition, quoted Thursday by South Korea's Yonhap news agency.
"A short haircut is the basic style for men," it said, adding that trimmed hair makes men look "elegant, neat, ambitious and passionate."
Hitch is Commie? It all makes sense now! That's why we never see them in the same room together! And we all thought the new belly on Commie was due to drinking during his birthday bash. We were such saps.