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Dwayne,
That is nice of you to add the names, but alas I do not know anyone. Tony is the only one I remember, but he looked different in 79, so I can barely reconize him in your photos from 82.

I dated a guy named Dimitri, he had really long hair too.He is the one who took me to see Ted Nugent who also had long hair.Dimitri is the only boyfriend I ever had with longer hair then me.It felt a bit umm different.

Today the style seems to be "anything you want goes" which is kind of nice.

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Now, Dimitri's hair I ENVIED!


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Yeah, I found a few more, but do not have them scanned. As I recall from looking in someone elses archive, there was a picture of Mr. Bill and Mark Judd at Venice. Not sure if it was the same trip though. I was able to go to Venice three times and have shots from each trip, but cannot remember which trip some of the shots are from.

Carolyn:

I remember Dimitri's hair. My father would have shot me if I had hair that long. I, like Mr. Bill, had a little bit too much body for my hair to get that long.... and be controllable. I remember seeing his pic in the 1981 (?) yearbook. Man, was it long.

Mr. Bill:

Tumbleweed....now that's funny. I'd like to see yours that long again just to see if you could do it. I am too thin on the dome to do it all over again. I bet Tony would look like Neil Schon (sp?) from Journey if he'd left it grow out like in '82

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Dwayne,

Yeah, that pic of me and Mark Judd and Melinda was the same trip...here it is again...

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And I can grow my hair that long again...every once in a while I manage to let it go--not THAT long, but long enough...however, with a wife and kids with friends, it's no longer in anyone's best interest for me to do so. People get weird about that stuff sometimes. I've noticed lots of kids equate guys with long hair with "bad men"...like I need THAT! I can see the uproar should one of my kids' friends go home and tell their parents that "Lily's dad is a bad man!"

YIKES!

No no...I'll wait until the kids are gone and I can be one of those old guys down at the coffeeshop every morning with a head full of long gray hair pulled back in a ponytail screaming about the benefits of socialism.


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So what is Mark Judd doing with his right hand...no nevermind.

Mr.Bill, you looked adorable, and actually pretty cool... Sounds like a good senior plan, every town needs their own excentric, grumpy old guy. Why not you?

P.S. Use your vote wisely, oops not the right
place to get political,sorry.

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Carolyn Frusciante82 wrote:
So what is Mark Judd doing with his right hand...no nevermind.


Don't ask, don't tell.

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Sounds like a good senior plan, every town needs their own excentric, grumpy old guy. Why not you?


In my town I'd probably have to take a number. Though those guys will probably all be dead by the time I'm hanging out on the streetcorner.

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P.S. Use your vote wisely, oops not the right place to get political,sorry.


That's what the "Take It Outside" thread is for. Feel free...politics and religion...two of my favorite topics and ones you should ALWAYS talk about...it's why I have so many friends...or used to...

...wait a minute...


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That´s okay I do not need to talk politics.It is just that you said a word that triggered me positivly. That´s all. I think maybe we would agree on some issues.

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WOW what a rush. I was actually on line at the same time as someone else! Got to go to bed now though, so good night.

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Mr. Bill:

Is that why Melinda's got that look on her face? :D . That is a great picture. Who took it?

I don't know if I would let my hair grow out again. Like you, with wife and kids, I could see a rebellion happening. My wife shakes her head when she sees my hair in our senior year. Our Korean exchange student, before he left to return home last week, made the mistake of pulling his hair back to where a resemblance of a ponytail was seen. She whisked him down to the barber and lopped it off before he returned home. She despises long hair (at least on me) so I would either have to divorce her or leave it short....I wonder what a divorce costs these days...hmmmm.

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MrBill82 wrote:
No no...I'll wait until the kids are gone and I can be one of those old guys down at the coffeeshop every morning with a head full of long gray hair pulled back in a ponytail screaming about the benefits of socialism.


Arlo "Mr. Bill" Guthrie...find a recent pic of him and that's Mr. Bill's Bagwan in nirvana.

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could be worse...we even favor similar shirtwear...

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dhender777 wrote:
Moose:

My dad was a 1st Sergeant and I always had the high and tight haircuts. However, I asked him my senior to allow me to grow it out....and he did as long as it was washed and combed every day. He also made me get it cut the day after the graduation party. Back to a more respectful length. Those were the days.

Mr. Bill - whose hair was longerin 1982? Yours or Skip Hauge's. You two were pretty close.

D'82


Yeah, mine was always "off the collar and over the ears." That was my standard line to the barber. I relaxed it a bit while in college and had <gasp> hair past my collar and over my ears a little. I was a wild student. My hair was so damn wavy that I went back to the old way. Now I am back to "off the collar and over the ears." My work wouldn't look favorably to long hair.


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Moose,
Off the collar and over the ears, that is fiting for someone called Moose. How did you get your nickname. How about a picture of your groomed style? Did you play football?


Mr. Bill,
Nice picture. Your daughter is very pretty. I think you must be a fun dad.

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We'll see what she says about how fun dear old dad is when she's 13 and wants nothing to do with me!

That's a old pic...she turns 7 tomorrow. (SEVEN!?!?! TOMORROW!?!?!?)

More recent pics on the Kinder thread:

http://munichamericanhs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=283


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dhender777 wrote:
Mr. Bill:

Is that why Melinda's got that look on her face? :D . That is a great picture. Who took it?

D'82


Yes, pretty sure Melinda was steamed that Mark was being so forward right in front of her.

Susi took that one, there are several others that she took on that roll on the board here and there (there's one of Mark Judd and JoAnn Hurley on the class of 82 pics page) but I don't think she took any others in Venice. No idea why not. Should she ever drop by the old board we could find out.


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