Apparently a growing trend in advertising is using a dark-skinned male actor/model with FRIKKIN' BIG HAIR. It's not the race of the individual, it's just the hair. I don't get it. It's running rampant on television, in ads for McDonald's, Nike, etc, as well as in print ads for random companies, Microsoft's Office 2004 Suite included (see full page ad in most recent "Macworld.") This was a fashion statement in the 70's, and it was bad back then. Now the '00s remix is to color the tips of it blonde. It doesn't help. It's still a bad look. I mean to encite no riots, nor do I intend to make this a racially motivated thread. I'm just curious if others are as slightly miffed by this recent occurance as I am, or if I'm alone in my pseudo-rant.