World War Hair: The Cavalry Charges
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Yesterday, I speculated that one reason Jacob Savage, author of “The Vanishing” in The Forward about how so many younger Jews have been kept out of the really good jobs during the Great Awokening to make room for The Diverse, is sore is that, while he’s a fine journalist, he’s stuck writing for the ethnic press while the New York Times is focused on hiring journalists who have what it takes to cover the Hair Touching Crisis that has led to World War Hair. And then today:

Did Seymour Hersh or Michael Kinsley ever write about how the helmet industry discriminated against Black equestrians with natural hair?

I don’t think so.


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