Posted on June 28 2007
“Uptight Seattleite” dispenses advice to a reader whose overly engaging neighbor has too many contradictory hobbies to count, including beer brewing and fly tying. “But it’s your neighbor’s paradoxical ponytail that points the way toward your solution. Worn with more focus than your neighbor shows, a male ponytail can swing with harmonious ease between sensitivity and virile power. You don’t need a real one—you can stand up to your neighbor’s ponytail with your own inner ponytail.” In the Seattle Weekly.