23 November 2002
You can leave your hat on
From somewhere in his vast Text Repository, Pejman Yousefzadeh read this:
[A]ccording to myth, God put hair on our heads to remind us of the presence of death.
This makes no sense. As I get older and presumably closer to death, there is less hair on my head. The urgency of the reminder is evidently diminishing.
Pejman, of course, will live forever.