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What Do Many Bullying World Leaders and Evil Dictators Have In Common?

NOT JUST BAD HAIRCUTS!

Yes. They all have had or do have really bad haircuts or hairstyles not to mention really bad grooming, strange hats, and ugly mustaches!  A few examples as follows.

Hitler had both a really bad hairstyle and a goofy mustache.

One of the most ridiculous haircuts of the modern dictator is that of Kim Jung Un.  It kind of makes you wonder if he has ever looked in a mirror. Also, he is short, 5 foot 6 inches and fat weighing at over 300 lbs. 

Most ungroomed dictator of modern times has to go to Fidel Castro. Not only did he have a penchant for US hunting caps and cheap cigars, but it is also doubtful if his eyebrows and beard ever had more than only a vague relationship with a pair of scissors.

Stalin favored the bouffant hairstyle and the really BIG mustache common to many short men with big egos. He was 5 foot, 7 inches. Claimed he was 5′ 9″.

Boris Johnston, current PM of Great Britain, while not technically a dictator, is known for his bully boy tactics and a hairstyle that looks like he was dragged backward through a haystack. 

Donald J. Trump, alleged president of the USA, has an ongoing love affair with dictators and it is rumored he has said he could stay on for more than the mandated 2 terms. The Donald’s hair is a world joke and he is the only one who doesn’t get it.

Saddam Hussein favored the Stalin look to go hand in hand with the same brutality perpetrated by the Russian dictator.  And the ungroomed eyebrows of Fidel Castro.

Vladimir Putin:  Doing OK with the little he has. Another short man with a big ego and a very ugly disposition. 

CAPTION: “See, I do have some hair upfront but you have to look closely”

Muammar Gadaffi favored the scruffy, rock star look and totally ridiculous uniforms that looked like they were made for a Hollywood comedy.

Kim Jong Il also liked the bouffant hairstyle and also used shoe lifts in an attempt to present himself as taller than he actually was. Another shorty at 5  feet, 3 inches. 

More coming in this list. If you have any suggestions, drop me a line through Pippies or contact me through my website. Thanks

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I grew up in New Zealand and up until I left, a genuine Kiwi. I moved to the Land of OZ (Australia) when I was 22 where I worked until moving to New Guinea. A year and a half of working in sweltering tropical heat was enough for me and I moved back to NZ. Suffering from wandering feet, I emigrated to Canada in 1969, living and working in Vancouver with some time spent working in a mine in Northern BC. After a short spell in Vancouver, I moved to California where I enjoyed surfing and the CA lifestyle.  After 6 months of the good times, I moved back to Vancouver where I ended up getting married,  settled down, fathered 3 great kids who  in turn have provided me with two wonderful grandchildren. In my working life, I have been a mechanic, a welder, an auto dealership owner, a TV producer, production manager,  marketing and sales management, an insurance specialist, owned my own insurance agency, and ran my own business consulting agency for the last 8 years. Combined with this trade, I have been writing short stories, a half dozen children's books, two film scripts, numerous business, and marketing plans, blogging and writing online articles, and generally having fun. I love writing and love feedback, good or bad - or indifferent. I love researching, learning, reading, good conversation, debating, and challenges. My hobbies are sailing, playing the guitar, reading, green travel and genealogy. What is the most important thing in my life?  Family and the environment. If interested check out my project for kids. www.greanwold.com    
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Meet your Sharer Michael Trigg

I grew up in New Zealand and up until I left, a genuine Kiwi. I moved to the Land of OZ (Australia) when I was 22 where I worked until moving to New Guinea. A year and a half of working in sweltering tropical heat was enough for me and I moved back to NZ. Suffering from wandering feet, I emigrated to Canada in 1969, living and working in Vancouver with some time spent working in a mine in Northern BC. After a short spell in Vancouver, I moved to California where I enjoyed surfing and the CA lifestyle.  After 6 months of the good times, I moved back to Vancouver where I ended up getting married,  settled down, fathered 3 great kids who  in turn have provided me with two wonderful grandchildren. In my working life, I have been a mechanic, a welder, an auto dealership owner, a TV producer, production manager,  marketing and sales management, an insurance specialist, owned my own insurance agency, and ran my own business consulting agency for the last 8 years. Combined with this trade, I have been writing short stories, a half dozen children's books, two film scripts, numerous business, and marketing plans, blogging and writing online articles, and generally having fun. I love writing and love feedback, good or bad - or indifferent. I love researching, learning, reading, good conversation, debating, and challenges. My hobbies are sailing, playing the guitar, reading, green travel and genealogy. What is the most important thing in my life?  Family and the environment. If interested check out my project for kids. www.greanwold.com    

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