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Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Dennis Miller Discovers the Fez

Dennis Miller has adopted Morocco's humble headgear, the iconic fez made fashionable by the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, as de rigueur sartorial accouterment, apropos for wearing while listening to his radio program.

He charges $27.95.

When I listen, I wear my real one.

Even in the car. Especially in the car.


  1. I do nothing that requires a fez.

    Especially in the car.

  2. Just before you posted this, my roommate walked in, saw Miller on TV, and asked, "Why is he wearing a fez?" I hadn't really been paying attention, but could only comment, "...I have no idea..."

    It's an interesting choice to say the least.

  3. I'm having a massive internal debate about whether or not I need one of these for the Museum of Fezology. Oh the decisions.


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