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Character is Measured by the Haircut

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A barber in a small Minnesota town was famous with the town folk for his haircuts… and he was a very talented barber (who has since gone to the Big Barbershop in the Sky).  A bad haircut was his way of telling the town what he thought of someone.  If he felt the person wasn’t worth his time, or was not a “good” person… he gave them a bad haircut. 

 

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Tim was prior Navy, and a Navy recruiter from a large metropolitan and was stationed in this area of the country.  He kind of had a way of talking down to the towns’ people… I guess he thought small town equaled small minds. 

 

One day the conversation came around to his haircut.  He said, “That barber seems nice enough, but I am surprised he has any business.  I have gone there three times- and each time I have gotten a terrible cut!” 

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Clare is a 57-year-old fun loving Italian-American self-proclaimed “Jersey Girl” who believes, “Life ain’t easy street. Life is one of those crazy little city streets, complete with potholes that could swallow your car.” With one foot planted in fun and the other planted firmly in her Christian faith, Clare enjoys making people laugh while helping them navigate life’s “crazy little city streets”. Clare has raised two girls (now grown young adults) with her husband, Michial, Clare is ready to take on the challenges of making new friends through her blog, Life Ain’t Easy Street. With an aim to entertain while addressing topics important to women, Clare’s focus on the positive power of good stories, good friends, inspiring women, and strong faith will have you looking forward to reading the next post. Clare is a freelance writer who lives a real life in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

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