They are setting people’s hair on fair – literally – at a New Dehli salon (If you don’t believe me, Google it). Among other things, it will prevent split ends, they say. It may also prevent people from thinking you have common sense, but, full disclosure, that’s just my personal belief.
The only thing more outrageous than the salons performing such stunts – can you imagine their insurance? – is that there are willing clients. Word is there may be a salon in California doing likewise. Probably the same people voting online that they still approve of Joe Biden as a presidential candidate. (Shaking my head as if it’s on fire.)
Speaking of losing said mine, how about the high school baseball coach in Utah that allegedly poured 15 to 20 gallons of gasoline on his team’s field in hopes of drying it. A parent complained of a strong odor of petro during a game and officials discovered what the coach had done. The field is being dug up as the local health department is trying to determine the extent of the gasoline damage into the ground, even if it has reach groundwater.
I think his brain was set afire at a salon. This guy put the D in Dumb. I would say all four letters, but chances are he couldn’t spell that far.
So, I came across a story about John Mellencamp – the artist formerly known as John Cougar – and actress Meg Ryan being quite the item. Just gonna leave this little ditty about John and Meg Ryan right here.
There is a special place where the least of your worries is a quick hair flame for people such as the guy in Ohio who claimed he was the missing kid from Illinois who disappeared in 2011. For starters, the missing boy would only be 14 now, while the guy who claimed to have escaped from a years-long imprisonment is a 23-year-old felon with a lengthy list of past troubles, including a recent stay at an Ohio state penitentiary. I doubt there are fond reviews on Yelp of the state pen’s comfort.
This is about as low a move as many can imagine; getting the hopes up of loved ones of the missing boy only to be proven he was a liar through DNA tests. Let’s hope they throw the book at him on this and let’s hope it’s a mighty big book.