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I was washing my hair last night and having a mini-debate with myself as to whether I should do the Rinse and Repeat thing as per the instructions on the back of the shampoo bottle. I’m not sure why I still have these silly moments of doubt about this issue. In pure defiance to the Mad Men that control so much of our daily lives, I stopped the ‘Repeat’ part of my shampooing ritual about 20 years ago. I was washing my hair daily, so I refused to believe that the repeat cycle contributed anything to my overall hygiene. And yet, every now and then, something (my Catholic upbringing maybe? I don’t know…what does the Bible say about hair?) would kick in and I’d consider the possibility that I might be wrong about Repeat and therefore doing an injustice to my body.
Dumb, I know. Is there a Shampoo Anonymous out there?
So what does any of this have to do with politics? Nothing at all, except that as I reread the back label of my shampoo bottle last night, the above illustration started taking shape in whatever part of my strange mind responsible for linking two totally unconnected thoughts.
Anyhow, that’s the story on how Wingnut Shampoo came to be.