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A week’s worth of whiskers

October 8, 2010

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Click here to donate if you haven’t already And now, the end is here, but rather than final curtains, it’s more of a short back and sides that I seem to have reached. Sadly (perhaps) after a few months of frivolity, the whiskers have to go – else I’ll get turned away from a wedding […]

What to do with the clippings – part five

October 8, 2010

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    OK, I’ll be honest, this one requires a bit of a double take but, sticking on the green theme, how’s about taking a giant pile of human hair and – turning it into a solar panel to help developing countries? Yep, that’s what I thought. But an 18 year old from rural Nepal […]

What to do with the clippings – part four

October 8, 2010

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    Mmmmm, who likes soy sauce?  Think you’d like it as much if it was made from human hair?  Thought not. But, according to Boing Boing, a few years back a Chinese company got in trouble for making the logical leap that, since human hair is rich in protein, it could be chemically processed […]

First photos…

October 3, 2010

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And so it begins, properly – it’s been just over a day now and so far I’ve had of bunch of people ask me where the Moustache Bar is (apparently there is one, and I should have known!), another group of students ask if they could take pictures and a girl nearly getting hit by […]