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The Hair goes

So The Hair finally stepped down from the podium on Wednesday, taking his groovy follicles with him.

Politics in Japan will never be quite the same without the Elvis Impersonator at the helm. Let's face it, I can't see the new PM, Shinzo Abe, crooning with Richard Gere or smooching with Madonna in a bed.

Some political analysts believe he left office so that he can finally get a proper haircut, but others think the move is for more altruistic reasons: now he'll be in a position to actually give a good haircut. Koizumi is believed to be in talks with advisors to Shinzo Abe, giving hairstyle advice and suggestions about the best hair care products currently available.

He's also thinking about opening a chain of barber shops in Hokkaido.


Shinzo Abe - normal hair.


Is this the future for Koizumi?

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On Friday, 29 September, 2006, Blogger Invader Stu said:

I'll be his first customer  



On Friday, 29 September, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wouldn't be - not with scissors like that.  



On Saturday, 30 September, 2006, Blogger Brit in Hokkaido said:

Actually, seeing as I am based in Hokkaido, I'LL be his first customer...  



On Monday, 02 October, 2006, Blogger Will said:

Not sure about his shop's name - perhaps "Junichiro's Koiffeurs" would be better. Or not.  



On Tuesday, 03 October, 2006, Blogger stev said:

first noticed him bcoz of his hair

wonder how the scene in japan will change  



On Friday, 06 October, 2006, Blogger deenster said:

Abe needs some serious help with his part. Looks like the typical "7/3" to me. Hmmm. Can this man be trusted with a country?  



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