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Long time reader here, and I love how you know something about everything. It is uncanny on so many levels. I’d like some help in settling a bet. Did Rudy Giuliani ever sport a mustache? I don’t think a guy like that would ever have the balls to pull it off. My friends beg to differ. We checked the corrupt internet and could not find a definitive answer. Help.
Thanks in advance,
Curious In St. Paul
Thanks for reading and being a responsible citizen. Spreading misinformation from the internet is ignorant and should be a criminal offense. Keep up the good work and for taking a passive bite out of crime.
Having said that, the following is hearsay, and not necessarily a truth. Nonetheless, it is entertaining and sounds true.
When Giuliani was an up and coming lawyer back in the 18th century, he sported a stylish mustache, but this was a time when cameras were not yet invented, so there is no photographic evidence.
Giuliani was with a group of fellow lawyers, pompousing things up in a New York tavern. They were, of course, discussing the paradoxes of law, and when it was his turn to speak, his mustache had a different idea.
It detached itself from under his nose and somersaulted onto the table landing on its end. It made a proclamation, and here I paraphrase, “All of you are chortling jackasses! I am too good for your like.”
It jumped into the fireplace leaving behind a stench of burnt hair. From that point on, Giuliani was incapable of growing facial hair.