Beards connote piety, spiritual intensity and a life so hard at study that there is no time for a shave

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Amen

I have been showing my piety and spiritual intensity for many years.

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Of course, the beard is only a sign of righteousness. It is no guarantor...

Or have I?

Hmmmmm

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People I thought about

People I thought about

  1. J. Brian McKillop
  2. Jeff Straub
  3. Mike Riley
  4. Roy Beacham
  5. Jason Stamper (but he looks more Amish!)
  6. Ryan Martin
  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Servetus ]Michael Servetus (not really!) Smile

    # 7 above is why I don't have a beard ... you know "Abstain from all appearance of evil" 1 Thessalonians 5:22 (KJV)

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Truth be told...

Two reasons for the beard:
1) Grew it when I was taking on a management position (1996 or so) and I wanted to look older
2) I really, really hate shaving

So, nothing very intellectual or spiritual going on in my case!