I come from a generation that appreciates hair. My dad's generation and my children's generation don't seem to have much use for it. The sixties generation sported long locks, afros and ponytails (guys), and long, flower-child hair for the girls. Beards, mustaches, whatever”"we just loved hair. My sons and son-in-law, though, seemed slightly averse to hair on top of their heads so they cut it really short and grew goatees. And they couldn't seem to fathom why my generation likes hair on top of our head. When we were younger, we used to talk about the 'generation gap.” I guess this is part of it. When I was a teenager my dad told me to get a hair cut. Now that I'm older my kids tell me to get a hair cut. Voil