Yes, it is true that I used to get my hair cut by Joey, at—I cannot recall the name of the establishment at this time. Yes, the one on Hawthorne.
I cannot recall the amount I paid per cut off-hand, no. I tipped five dollars, though, which I think is customary.
Yes, I did at some point last year make the switch to Bishop’s, across the street. When it first opened. I do not recall the exact date, no.
Yes, I am aware that Bishop’s offers a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon while you’re waiting. For free, yes. That may have been a factor in my decision to switch, yes. But also, and I want to stress this—their cuts are cheaper in price. That would have been the primary factor, yes. Not the Pabst. I want to stress this.
I do not recall the exact amount, no. Not at this time. Not for a regular cut. I have never had my hair dyed or colored there, no. Or anywhere else. Frosted? No. Not that, either.
The last time I visited Bishop’s? I had my head shaved. Yes. Bald. They charge ten dollars for that; that amount I do recall. Since then, I maintain my hair myself with electric clippers.
Is that it? Are we done?
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