Wednesday, April 30, 2008

 

Haircut!


It was that time of the year-- time for the semi-annual haircut. It looked like an animal had died when the poor woman was done. Rejecting Prof. Serr's suggestion that I go to the place he does for a haircut ("Beautiful Reflections"), I went to "Sportsclips," where (during my haircut) I got to see a tragic ESPN documentary about the Oklahoma State football coach losing his marbles. It was an odd experience.

Is there someplace that will buy a few pounds of human hair?

Comments:
Inadvertently, you ended up going to the place that I always go. I can only assume the army recruiting station was closed.
 
Find a haircut you admire on someone and ask them where they have their hair cut. Then, try it out. Sportsclips? Come to think of it, you do look a little like an ESPN announcer in that picture. Albeit, a sad one devastated that his favorite team lost. As always, Mr. CL's Margarita Cut is a popular local option.

---Mr. CL
 
OR you could go the bohemian route and just grow it out. Have like a really long ponytail.
 
OR you could go the bohemian route and just grow it out. Have like a really long ponytail.
 
OR you could go the bohemian route and just grow it out. Have like a really long ponytail. Wait, did someone say that already??
 
I was thinking I could go the bohemian route and just grow it out. Have like a really long ponytail.
 
I think a rattail would look better.
 
Oh, no...gotta have business in the front, and party in the back.
 
yeah I guess that posted twice... my laptop is sort of hyper today.
 
American Hairlines on Bosque--Call my Mike Stewart. He's been cutting what's left of my hair for fourteen years. He's very good, has an excellent sense of what life's about, and is reasonable.
 
Bohemian? Doesn't Bates already have that covered?

For what it's worth, Tito at the Downtown Barber Shop at 9th St. and Austin Avenue does a great job for $10-12. He'll also trim the back of your neck and above your ears with hot shaving foam and a straight razor.
 
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