in his seat, a crazy one at that--a wiseass.
The presence of bare-chested or naked longhairs
cavorting in their interiors and across their surfaces infuse these images with the apposite period flavor.
At the time, longhairs
were not welcome in Nashville.
The problem: By 1977, there were few longhairs
There was Midnight Special, which was all about musicians and rebellion and longhairs
Drew didn't look too favorably on being invaded, likening it to carpetbagging, and the college kids were longhairs
we called "beatniks" in those days, but as controversies go it really wasn't much.
It was Townshend who anticipated punk when, during The Who's set at love and peace fest Woodstock he physically ejected king of the longhairs
Abbie Hoffman from the stage, an occasion preserved for posterity on the Maximum R&B box set.
As for those in senior ranks who are "suitably coiffed" but robbing the system blind: fear not, because it is only the evil longhairs
whom little Cox seeks.
I can imagine the longhairs
in his high school rolling their eyes when Billy Clinton would get up to talk about the importance of school spirit, using paraphrased allusions to JFK's inaugural address ("Ask not what your school can do for you .
In other tales of longhairs
gone pro we have part-time filmer/full-time bowl killer Chris Gregson, stepping up for Blood Wizard and Phoenix's Ryan Reyes, totally tripping out on his new Creature plank.
Sitting in the audience passively watching longhairs
strum away is now passe.
Chances are, having any albums by ageing Brummie longhairs
Magnum in your collection is not going to impress that blonde Kings Of Leon fan you've had your eye on.
Currier, calico cats like Zsa Zsa are usually short haired; the mother and siblings are orange and white longhairs
In a single generation--between John Kennedy's assassination and the fall of Saigon--the archetype for the pro athlete was transformed from lantern-jawed Midwesterners like Mickey Mantle to pot-gobbling longhairs
like Bill "Spaceman" Lee.