Having been found guilty on 17 of 20 corruption counts, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is facing a possible 300 years in prison. But there is one bright spot… Prison officials say he can keep his famous swooping hairdo because it doesn’t appear to violate any prison rules. Hair can be any style as long as it’s neat and clean. However, it might not stay completely brown because prisoners can’t have hair dye.
- What? Can’t they at least use “Just for Felons”?
- If you can keep your hair in prison, how come every guy I see on “Lock Up” is bald?
- Of course if he keeps his “do”, it could get in his eyes while he’s lifting weights in “the yard”.
- How much you wanna bet he tries to trade Obama’s old senate seat for a pack of smokes?
- Next week, Newsweek will release an issue on what Blago will look like 300 years from now when he gets out of the slammer.