Hair and Personality: Why Zoology Matters in a Press Secretary

29 Jan

There is a lot of shades of Red. With my curious fascination with red heads, like Dr. Kinsey with his bug collecting habit, or Nabokov with his butterfly obsession, it comes to show that after a while, your habits tend to show who you really desire. According to Turbo Future, “Naming of colours is not a precise linguistic art. Anyone can name a colour whatever they like, and many do. Colours generated by RGB methodology (described below) on a television screen or computer monitor may not exactly match those produced by ink or paint, as anyone who prints directly from a web page and expects the paper image to look identical in tone will know. Different monitors, different printers and different ink compositions will also vary in the results they produce. What’s more the manufacturers or suppliers of inks and paints are free to call their range whatever they choose to. For example the term ‘garnet’ may be used for one shade by one authority, whilst another may use an entirely different name, or they may apply garnet to a subtly different tone (Not perhaps too surprising as garnet gem stones themselves vary considerably in tone).” (https://turbofuture.com/graphic-design-video/Shades-Red-Greensleeves. Found Jan. 29th. 2021)

Follow me, for a bit. 

            If one is ultimately attracted to a certain partner, they show it in there behavior, and even then, some blondes are quite spunky, dignified. Color does matter. But after you see what a person has for hair color, we define that in rather zoological terms. The problem is, does one’s hair really define what you know in your brain and gut? 

            The brain sees what comes out of personality and the world exhibited by the soft colors of pigmentation. Pigmentation is not always important when it comes to personality either. If animals are based on a species, a genus, and there are many typical species that have a hierarchy. Science dictates that there are the Alpha males and the Beta males. Alpha males dominate the breeding process. The Silverback gorilla is one type of ape that has only dark hair with silver in it. While the Orangutan, is orangish tint, and seems much like the intellectual reading a book in the corner with glasses. So, animals do not have to share or show intelligence with the color of the hair they represent. 

            But to humans, hair is part of the process of life. It grows too long, and you cut it. You have a beard, and you shave it off. The Ape family does not share this collective guilt we have when it comes to hair and our social preferences when it comes to hair. I know I talked about in my last article about Jen Psaki that my grandmother said, “All red heads have diseases.”

            I would then argue with myself, as I do find that the hair we see in our society is what can also make people think and make us trust them. It’s like the Spock with the goatee, you know you can’t trust him. So black hair doesn’t mean you are intelligent, but with Jen Psaki, it seems like the red must be eating into her head. It’s like the years of indifference toward men and taking in too many cats proves that the hair she has is eating away all the facets of what makes a person meaningful. 

            I wasn’t joking when I said, “She has yet to unveil a soul.” I stand by those words. It’s too late to take them back now. Apologies are only good when you truly are sorry. I make no apologies for what I say. Just like in the animal kingdom, where your ferocity determines what you are in life. 

            Being meek and awkward only works for bi-sexual fairy men, but the point remains is that the red hair that Jen Psaki has is almost akin to the alien in John Carpenter’s The Thing. We don’t realize who we are until we look at ourselves in the mirror. I see a person who knows she is reading a script. She even borrowed from Kayleigh McEnany, as she reads her responses from a book she used to answer the media. 

            And with McEnany, her blonde hair wasn’t always on my mind when she spoke. She showed intelligence, depth, and fortitude with the humorless media and there communist ferocity of repeating stupid questions. But the point is, hair wasn’t on my mind, but we are talking about two different people. 

            I know with one sentence I quipped, “I am about as interested in Ms. Psaki as I would a Ken Burns documentary.” I must stress the point I didn’t make then that I don’t care for Ken Burnes documentaries. As his best were the Civil War and Vietnam flicks. They were excellent. But otherwise, I have no reason to watch a history of Jazz. And no disrespect to Jazz, or Ken Burnes, is not his fault for being a dry piece of toast. I always wanted him to make something about comics, and play into the fantasy aspect of it, but then, that would be what I want. 

            If Ken Burnes wants to bore people, let him pick the topics. But the point remains: I will watch Ken Burnes over Jen Psaki trying to lie to people who ask her the hard questions. The topic of breeding, and hair color leads to society and there wants. Again, we aren’t animals. I find myself attracted to some strawberry blondes for reasons like if we share the same interests. So, I’m not wholly superficial, but then, superficiality is what the world is surrounded by. To place Jen Psaki in this category of being entirely ugly on looks is an added dig, but I guess it’s what I said. “She has yet to unveil a soul.” 

            She doesn’t seem like a bad person, (even Alita has more of a soul than she does) but if I were looking for a wife, I think I would place her in the sub species category of the wild life category. But again, who wants intelligence when they don’t look good, either? If intelligence mattered, most nerds would have lost their virginity, but most women want big dicks, long extended clips, and huge pecs. But also be nice to their parents too. 

            I think Jen Psaki has a problem with that too. Maybe she’s a replicant. Should we give her a Vought Komp Test to see? 

-Louis Bruno is the author of more than 15 books, The Michael Project, Thy Kingdom Come, The Disintegrating Bloodline, Apocalypse Soldier, Hierarchy of Dwindling Sheep. His books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu. He can be found on Gab, https://gab.com/thereallouistbruno, Minds https://www.minds.com/lbruno8063/. His latest work, Come Home, Young One, is a fantasy novel, is available now on Lulu.com, and will be available on other platforms at a later date.

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