Andrew Kacsynski, a researcher for Buzzfeed Politics, has spent some time carefully researching all the times that Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin, tweeted about having a haircut. Looking at the list, it seems like a mass haircut bonanza, and I am sure someone made a good profit out of his custom, but for the fact that Andrew had to go back to 2011 to find enough to make it all worthwhile.
And why shouldn’t Walker tweet about having a haircut? There are considerably worse things on Twitter than such a simple update – and don’t get me started on mindblowingly boring status updates on Facebook!
Meanwhile, it seems as if the haircut saga with Andrew and Scott Walker has turned the minds of other people or, at the very least, distracted them from what they were doing.
Screenshot Source: Twitter / Mediaite
The story line in the text is clear, it’s probably going to be big news in the coming weeks. The photographs refer to the amount of abuse Hillary Clinton gets for her hair styling – that’s Julia Louise-Dreyfus on the left, commenting on the number of news stories about Hillary’s hair – although it is fair to say that Hillary did start it, by admitting that she will not get grey hair as President, since she’s been dyeing it for years.
Perhaps Andrew should find a new theme so that Mediaite can concentrate on what they are doing and don’t have to quickly delete such tweets before anyone else gets to see them. Or, perhaps, Mediaite should sign up for gmail, with its new Undo Send function.
Love & Kisses, Viki.