And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Matthew 24:39
The statement of Jesus about people ignoring coming disaster until too late, is a reference about His coming to a heedless world. His appearing is not imminent, but the description of preoccupation still applies.
Hence the quote about Kaley's hair. It appeared on my computer's start up page. Just another press agent doing his job. Had he not had this item posted, I would not have heard of Kaley. Now I have, though all I know is that she might have chopped off her hair. But it's a start.
In a magic act this is known as "misdirection". But why dwell upon such a trivial ploy? Because we are in the midst of a magic act, a very evil one. The Father of Lies would take our eyes off of the great issues of our time, and off himself and of Jesus.
An event is coming, so disastrous that it could even surpass the flood. For in the flood, eight humans survived, and many animals. But Jesus has warned that in the tribulation which is to come, no flesh will survive, unless God intervenes.
Kaley's hair is just one of billions of the sidetracks that we are continuously presented with. The faithful are to remain steadfast, not to be distracted, read God's Word and continue in prayer and good works. I failed to follow up on the story about Kaley's hair. I hope she had it neatly cut and I'll bet she looks really nice.