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Project Fishbowl: Journo Hair From the 80s, 90s

BuzzFeed has something for everyone to mock delight in today as they dug up pictures of 60 of Washington’s journo and pundit types.

The hairdos alone are phenomenal. So many men with Jewfros, including FNC’s Juan Williams. Who knew? The list of men with exquisitely frizzy locks includes Mother JonesDavid Corn, FNC’s Charles Krauthammer (try to calm yourselves Newsbusters, yes, he’s quite fetching), and more.

While BuzzFeed provides no commentary, that’s where we’re jumping in for another installment of “Project Fishbowl.”

Peter: And now you see how Krauthammer earned the nickname “The Dirty Q-Tip.”

Eddie: KratHAMmer.

Betsy: Had Krauthammer really not heard of the Japanese Straightening Treatment?

Piranhamous: Little-known fact: This headshot almost got him the role of Mike Damone in Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Peter: David…  Do..  Not..  Move..  A..  Muscle..  There is a live ferret on your forehead.. Oh, wait. Those are eyebrows.

Eddie: Bob Saget?

Betsy: Corn’s Jewfro is not quite as spectacular Krauthammer’s, but with a little Washington swampy humidity you never know what damage can happen.

Piranhamous: Looks like a still from an FBI interrogation video of a serial killer.

Peter: I always tell people with facial hair that I wonder what they’d look like without it. I’ll never say that again. Ever. He should take some of David Corn’s eyebrows and put that on his face.

Eddie: Growing a goatee was a good choice.

Betsy: STOP THE PRESSES: Does Chuck Todd dye his hair red?

Piranhamous: You’ve accidentally labeled Rachel Maddow’s senior high school picture as Chuck Todd. “KIT: Keep in Touch!”

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