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Location: mizzou, United States

Monday, February 27, 2006


The salon where I have been a patron for the last 9 years, Excellent Barber, is going out of business thanks to big companies like Walmart and Home Depot.


Blogger Xrystofer said...

It's time to rally the troops (and by troops I mean all your friends who are a bit on the shaggy side) and get them to the salon. Don't let the salon go down without a fight...fight fight fight.

Or you can always just do your shopping at walmart while waiting for them to call your name to get your hair cut at their in-store superclips or whatever. Whichever tickles your fancy.

6:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry friend
xrystofer is right however, fight fight fight
or give give give

11:38 AM  
Anonymous kid a said...

that's too bad about excellent barber but i really like getting my haircut at walmart because it's just so easy. like yesterday i took my W-2s in and had the jackson hewitt guy at the front do my taxes while i got my haircut and then i got some family portraits taken of myself. when i was done i went back to the taxes man and he said i got a refund so that was good and i went and bought some hair product with my refund.

but i have a new recommendation of where you could go instead of excellent barber: leo's. but here's the thing, leo only gives one haircut and he's only pretty good at it, not great.

12:14 PM  
Blogger mimi said...

hey! walmart is a compassionate superstore. they pay employees for every hour worked.

3:43 PM  
Blogger Cache said...

screw excellent barber. i've never in my life worn girls jeans.

11:42 PM  
Blogger Jim Weed said...


They've already gone out of business, other wise we would stage a protests of sorts.

kid a,

They haven't a Leo's on my city.


You could really use some help on learning how to listen to others.

9:09 AM  
Blogger Uber Mannlich said...

If you really want to stick it to the man, and fight globalization, go to www.flowbee.com and buy a flowbee. You can cut your own hair with a vacuum. It costs about $60 up front, but you could probably find a used one cheaper. The new hair stylist in Paris charges $14.99 to cut your hair on account of him washing it and putting conditioner in it too. I think that is hiway robbery. I bought a Flowbee back in high school- before it was the cool thing to do- so it was a lot cheaper. It has totally paid for itself now, and I can do as stylish a flat top as any stylist.

12:28 PM  
Blogger Duckie Butters said...

Hey Xrystofer,

What in crap's name are you trying to prove with that ridiculous picture of yourself?

Duckie Butters

4:32 PM  

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