Let's get realistic here. Edwards' staff contracted with someone totravel.
take their entire business out for a walk one day, do the haircut, do
I have clients who pay me $1250.00 per day to do work. Granted, mysure
haircutting talents probably aren't up to this persons' level, but I'm
that this is not unusual for Presidents, Vice Presidents, the Speakerthe
House and many others who either have tight schedules, lots of Secretof
Service wandering around them, or probably shouldn't just wander in to
a Super-cuts and put their name on the list. Besides, they'd lose the
all of the Pro Cuts people.On
Behalf Of Paul NelsonOn
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 4:04 PM
To: 'Open discussion among iSeries Users'
Subject: Re: [CPF0000] Two Americas
Now there's some fiscal responsibility. What's the matter with Supercuts?
Behalf Of rick bairdpoverty
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 8:06 AM
To: Open discussion among iSeries Users
Subject: [CPF0000] Two Americas
Comedy Gold! John Edwards says he understand poverty, but I suspect
doesn't understand him.as
When he told reporters that his $400 haircuts were set up by his
handlers, and called his stylist "that guy", it hurt that guy's
feelings, and he's speaking out.
btw, the $400 was just for the cut, but he was also paid for travel,
expenses and for lost business while traveling to meet Edwards - as
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