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Ol Panama City line havin ***

Port St Joe face ***..
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Batty man
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Flo rida hairline look like a peninsula

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post #4054 of 4752
balrog's "M" shaped hairline makes sense now since he originally had the m. bison name.
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i remember on some song i heard a bar that went along the lines of "ya album gon get pushed back like flo ridah hairline) his hairline really got it's on formula
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Your sig in correlation to the pic above...

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post #4059 of 4752
Damn i thought dude was rocking the baldy for a sec.
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Damn i thought dude was rocking the baldy for a sec.

It wasn't till your comment that I was able to figure out why that pic was posted in here.

Sheesh
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After trying to find the hairline

 

post #4062 of 4752
He leaned back one too many times and his hairline never made it back
post #4063 of 4752
Dudes sideburns almost gone lol
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Dudes sideburns almost gone lol

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post #4065 of 4752

You wouldn't even be able to see dudes hairline if he was staring at you from straight on :{

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Lab-grown skin could help put the hairs back on your head

By Sarah Knapton

3:00 PM Sunday Apr 3, 2016

Fully functioning skin, complete with sweat glands and hair follicles, has been grown in a lab for the first time, giving new hope for the treatment of hair loss.

Currently, there are few treatments for many types of hair loss, or alopecia, which occurs when hair follicles are destroyed in the skin.

Although scientists have previously created the outer layer of skin - the epidermis - in a lab they have never managed to create the full organ which includes a layer of fatty tissue, and the dermis, where hair follicles and sweat glands are formed.

Now a team in Japan has shown it is possible to grow all three layers from stem cells. The researchers took cells from mouse gums and used chemicals to transform them into stem cells which were then turned into a clump of cells known as an "embroyid body". They were then transplanted into another mouse and within just a few days they started to turn into skin tissue.

Scientists then removed the new skin and implanted it into the original mice.

The animals were able to grow hair, and sweat through the new skin and the organ bonded well with the skin already present and started to create new tissue.

"Up until now, artificial skin development has been hampered by the fact that the skin lacked the important organs, such as hair follicles and glands, which allow the skin to play its important role in regulation," said lead researcher Dr Takashi Tsuji from the Riken Centre for Developmental Biology in Kobe.

"With this new technique, we have successfully grown skin that replicates the function of normal tissue. Our study contributes to the development of bioengineering technologies that will enable future regenerative therapies for patients with burns, scars, and alOpecia."

Currently people with hair loss can have transplants from other parts of the body that still have follicles, but with the new procedure only stem cells are necessary.

The treatment could also help burns victims. Current methods of growing a sheet of epidermis in a lab have helped restore some functions, but the new technique would completely restore the damaged area.

"It is well recognised that current therapies using cultured tissues suffer from critical issues, including aesthetics and the inability to excrete sweat and lipids from exocrine organs," wrote first author Ryoji Takagi from the Tokyo University of Science in the journal Science Advances. "It is expected that bioengineered (skin) can overcome these issues."

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11616058http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11616058

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Did anybody peep Sch6oolboy Q's snapchat? he said he about to get that new hairline stimulus package #bosley nerd.gif
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Did anybody peep Sch6oolboy Q's snapchat? he said he about to get that new hairline stimulus package #bosley nerd.gif

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Did anybody peep Sch6oolboy Q's snapchat? he said he about to get that new hairline stimulus package #bosley nerd.gif

Schoolboy follicle pack
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Bros!..???
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Bros!..???

I see Tyga came through.

 

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Picture damn near cuts off where his hairline starts.

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Bros!..???

Dudes with hair like this can get away with the thinning edges, it's not even noticeable.
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Bros!..???

Dudes with hair like this can get away with the thinning edges, it's not even noticeable.

Lol, but Chris brown's hair ain't like that
post #4078 of 4752
Oh word?
post #4079 of 4752
CB looking like a thugged out Lewis Hamilton. laugh.gif
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post #4080 of 4752

hamilton looking like tiger once the helmet came off

dude went from being unnoticed by half the world to being put on in shoe blogs and whatnot

all thanks to the wonderful wizadry of harry potter

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