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Maybe we should just call him Prince Hairy?

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An Army human resources worker was fired in January for wasting time and money on the job. But when he was set to appear before court regarding unemployment benefits, but didn’t show up for the hearing. On July 24, the administrative judge subsequently denied his appeal.

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The Army is now performing a study to see if facial hair can safely be worn by soldiers. You know what that means? No more silly mustaches — you may finally be allowed to grow out a luscious face forest.

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U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau

If you’ve ever dreamed of running your calloused hands through a thick forest of facial hair without risk of an ass-chewing from a first sergeant, you’re not alone.

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So, you’re out of the armed forces and free from the oppression of military grooming standards. It’s time to grow a beard. But there’s more to growing a beard than to just stop shaving. Beards require care and grooming, and having a badass beard is a responsibility, not a right.

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