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Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Clean Chin Means a Win? N.J. Sen. John Corzine should shave, some pundits advise. Bah. The results might not be good. One day, because gray hairs appeared in my shaggy beard, I shaved -- without warning my wife. When I snuck up on her, she screamed! People at work, of course, said, "Hmm. Did you lose weight?" How might the senator look? Click the buttons: