Professor Donald "Donnie" Teague taught African American Studies at a junior college in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area. No, he wasn't African American, but he knew a guy who knew a guy who knew a member of the Panthers. On weekends he performed in a local production of Hair, relishing his nude scene. It was at one of these performances that an agent, in town for the actual touring production of Hair, noticed Donnie. The agent thought Donnie could be a real asset to the touring company and offered him a job as a nude background performer. Donnie jumped at the chance and quit his life of academia, never looking back. You'll have to check out IMDB.com for the rest of his illustrious life.
wow, what a story
Truly the apex of sophistication.
I love it
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.
The photographer really did his/her homework on this one. Check out that lovely shadow cast by the cigar. That's talent.
Epic. Donnie ftw.
wow! you could smoke anywhere in the 70s.
Someone beat me to the "dad"?? comment. Yeah, did every dad in the 70's look like this?
Bob Ross's loser professor brother?..
He has a subscription to Cigar Aficionado Magazine and it's companion Pompous Asshole Magazine.
He's the epitome of pimp.
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