Unbeknownst to most non-redheads, sunscreen can cost as much as $50 per ounce. At that price, a family of four that consumes four ounces of sunscreen per week will spend a total of $10,400 per year on the stuff. Middle-class redheads simply can’t afford sunscreen at those prices, and as a result, redheads are often faced with a stark choice: buy sunscreen and risk going bankrupt, or go without sunscreen and die.Have a read of the full article.
Sunday, 26 July 2009
The Redhead Manifesto: One Ginger Snaps
Student and Princeton Redhead Society member Peter Tucci takes a tongue in cheek exploration of the issues facing modern day red heads, such as ozone depletion, discrimination and demographic decline.