Question of the day
Our last question asked: What's the absurd trend-of-the-day story for millennial men that's just been showcased by the New York Times? The apparent trend of going grey early and on purpose. Will wonders never cease.
Congratulations to Jason Hensel of Facility Manager Magazine for being the very first to get that right! Honorable mentions go out to these fine folks for also answering correctly: Mark Poepsel (who notes "@jeffjarvis has it. The rest of us are just envious #workinonit), Thomas Feyer, Ron Casalotti (whose answer was "Dying their hair one of 50 shades of gray which indeed can look tortuous on some"), Ken Walker (who predicts "Up next: Canes, straw fedoras, fake hearing aid"), Mark Gibbs (who jokes "Nice to know I am so way out in front of that trend") and Shawn L Anderson (who quips "Going Grey and not afraid of dyeing to get there"). Shout out to Carrie Gray, who guessed "the new soup cleanse craze?"
As for today's question, here it is: More than a decade after Michael Jordan retired from playing basketball, what picture of him is still superimposed on pictures of sports figures who've just lost a game?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!