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Josh Johnson donates locks for "Love"

       JUPITER -- Jose Reyes' shorn dreadlocks ended up being auctioned off for charity. Marlins pitching ace Josh Johnson is donating his curly hair to "Locks of Love," a charity that -- according to its website -- "provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children under 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss."

       "There's a bucket that's almost half full," Johnson said Wednesday shortly after receiving a haircut to comply with the team's grooming policy. "I just figured I'd donate it to somebody, somebody who needs it. So that's what I'm going to do with it."

       Here's the bucket of Johnson's hair:Jjhair




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his name is JOSH Johnson not john johnson ( see title)


I'm surprised the haters didn't come out saying something bad about JJ this time.


what's it to u if they did????



10 inches measured tip to tip is the minimum length needed for a hairpiece.

I love Josh Johnson, so I'm no hater, but someone should have told him they don't take scraps.


any better. Thank you to the Deputy that wrote this. I would engacroue any of Jack's supporters to get the word out about what is really going on. You can talk to your family and friends, they will spread the word for you so you won't suffer the back lash from the Sheriff and his select few. It's a shame that the Sheriff buys a new Chevy Caprice for himself but the Deputies that do the real work are driving vehicles with 180k miles on them. Can Carter really boast about how he returns money to the Commissioners when what he does spend is on things like this? To all you Deputies, engacroue people to vote in the May primaries. It's the only way we can get him out. Don't forget you have to register as a Republican to vote for Jack. Let's send the message ..WE NEED INTEGRITY BACK AT TFSO Elect Jack Johnson.

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