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Running Man, The (Stephen King) - Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
As Ben Richards is dreaming about Bradley (when Bradley's been captured and is strapped to a chair, being tortured) he says that Bradley's head " ... had been shaved, like that of a penitent." A few lines later, though, when they shock Bradley, King mentions that " ... his hair stood on end, a futuristic Stepinfetchit."
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Shadowkat on 08-18-2000
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Jade writes:
Dreams are fluid. Not many dreams make too much sense. Haven't you ever had a dream where things suddenly change from what they previously were, but it all seems natural? The vicissitude doesn't create any interruption in the general flow of the dream.
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Jenelle writes:
Even though they MIGHT have been talking about the hair on his arms, or the back of his neck, King should have pointed that out! :-)
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Nathan writes:
Once again, ppl read Stephen King wrong. BEN RICHARDS was not bald, and Ben's hair stood up.
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