A true if embarrassing story from late May 1982 by Wayan.
This experience upset me so much I went home and drew this in ink, then shoved it in a folder for 25 years. I guess I've calmed down now. So here's what happened.
Maybe I blamed my housemates unfairly. Universities like Stanford where I worked are a great place to catch lice: coats, hats, and rainhoods crammed together on racks and hooks spread lice beautifully. The people shunning me as lousy may have been the source!
If you get lice, use the traditional methods
Also: Putting pesticide on your scalp is a bad, bad, BAD idea. Besides, it isn't even effective; the eggs aren't too vulnerable to it. But you are! If you MUST, use a copper-based formula; less toxic than organic-based pesticides, though it stings.
But it stings less than having your whole workplace gossip about what an unclean slob you are...
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