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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Of Foley, football and hair

Posted By on Sat, Oct 14, 2006 at 5:49 AM

Brummett dances through several topics today. He still doesn't think much of Houston Nutt, for example. We note that he had been drawn into asking the Beebe campaign whether the candidate dyed his hair. So did we and got the same unequivocal no. But we also have an explanation and I'd show it graphically if I was at the office. Our photographer Brian Chilson took photos at the Fayetteville debate, an appearance that prompted questions about hair dying from the Republican Party. When the TV lights were on, for reasons I can't explain, our photos of Beebe look decidedly as if he'd had a dye job. With the TV lights off, his hair has its customary, graying appearance, suitable for a man just about to turn 60. Or even a man of 56, like someone else I know.

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