James Harden (basketball) - Beard


Harden's prominent beard has both a Twitter account and a Facebook page. It has inspired T-shirts and songs. Harden started growing his beard in college in 2009 after being too lazy to shave.

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Lost In The Sound Of Separation - Promotion
... on August 1, 2008 Underoath encouraged their male fans to grow a beard for one month until the US release date of the album, September 2, 2008 ... The rules were that participants were to upload a picture of their beard to the website daily to show the progress of their beard growth ... release date of the album, Underoath asked for fans to take pictures of both their beard and a copy of Lost in the Sound of Separation ...
Celeste Beard - Trial
... In the trial, the prosecutors cited that she married Beard only for his money and her reason for wanting him dead was that he had grown tired of paying for ... Beard's accountant revealed that Johnson spent $321,000 during October and November 1999, followed by an additional $249,000 by December 10, and another $100,000 in the six weeks ... Prosecutors also felt Johnson never actually loved Beard due to their large age difference and his overweight, unattractive appearance ...
Leave The Light On (Jeff Bates Album) - Track Listing
... Bradberry, Ben Hayslip) – 310 "Rub It In" (Layng Martine, Jr.) – 305 "No Shame" (Bates, Kenny Beard, Jimmy Yeary) – 302 "Hands On Man" (Carson ... Sanders, Michael White) – 250 "Leave the Light On" (Beard, Yeary, Monty Criswell) – 328 "That'll Get You Ten" (Wade Kirby, Eric Church) – 359 "The ...
Celeste Beard
... Celeste Beard Johnson (born February 13, 1963) is a convicted American murderer currently serving a life sentence at the Mountain View Unit in Gatesville, Texas for the murder of her ...

Famous quotes containing the word beard:

    A beard signifies lice, not brains.
    Greek proverb.

    In the far South the sun of autumn is passing
    Like Walt Whitman walking along a ruddy shore.
    He is singing and chanting the things that are part of him,
    The worlds that were and will be, death and day.
    Nothing is final, he chants. No man shall see the end.
    His beard is of fire and his staff is a leaping flame.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    Woman’s success in lifting men out of their way of life nearly resembling that of the beasts—who merely hunted and fished for food, who found shelter where they could in jungles, in trees, and caves—was a civilizing triumph.
    —Mary Ritter Beard (1876–1958)