Beth Ann Haircut

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Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

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Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

Summary

A woman decides to get a flat top hair, as a fire is destroying the next town over.

Summary

A woman decides to get a flat top hair, as a fire is destroying the next town over.

Chapter1 (v.1) - Beth Ann Haircut

Author Chapter Note

A woman decides to get a flat top hair, as a fire is destroying the next town over.

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: May 18, 2012

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Chapter Content - ver.1

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Thank you for choosing JD Tire and Wheel, how may I help you" JD said, as he answered the tire room phone. The voice on the other end of the phone says “I have that you need". JD knew who it was. It was his childhood friend, Brian. "I found you a 2.3 turbo engine and trans. for the Pinto" replied. JD's on again off again girlfriend had a 1972 Pinto. She blew the engine during a bracket race at Great Lakes Drag Way. Apparently

arently, she must have asked Brian to find her a replacement. JD found this to be very odd, as he knew more than a few people that worked at salvage yard. "Well, I'm not in that relationship anymore" said JD. JD was no longer that relationship; because he convinced Taylor he had a gambling addiction. He did this, because the shop wasn't doing as well as it once was. In an affect to hide this from her, he started going to their local off track betting center and obtained losing tickets.

He did this by picking up discarded tickets from tables that were no longer being used. On a normal day, JD would return home at about 6:15pm. He started coming home at about 9:30, every night. When Taylor would ask him, why he was returning home so late, he said he had to help the guys work on the cars, because they were shorthanded. Taylor didn't believe this, and started checking his pockets for numbers or clues to what was really going on. Clearly, she believed he was going out and picking up other woman. When she looked though his pockets, all she found was losing tickets. She formed an idea in her head, that JD was gambling and losing a lot of money. She got this idea in her head, because she found a lot of losing tickets in his jeans and jacket.

This couldn't be farther from the truth. In an effect to save some money, JD fired 2 employees, and began working on the shop floor. JD was working on the shop floor from 9am to 9pm. After about a month of this, JD told Taylor the truth about what was going on. Taylor was so mad that, she left their house for the evening without him. She was pissed, because JD didn’t respect her enough to tell her the truth. When she got back to their house, all her stuff was packed up. Clearly, this wasn't something that was just going to work itself out. Brian and his brother knew this, and were planning on take full advantage of it.

"Well, I'm sorry to hear that. However, that doesn't change the fact that me and my brother picked up a thunder bird for you all" said Brian. There was a brief pause, and then Brian said "we stripped it down in the back yard of vacant house on Pabst Street". When JD heard this, he knew exactly which house Brian was talking about. It was owned by Martin Atkinson. Martin Atkinson was the only black man on the county board. The house was vacant, because Atkinson couldn't keep a tenant in there. They would always offer up claims of rodent and roach infestations, loose windows, and moldy walls. Atkinson would do nothing to fix these problems, and they move out. Apparently, this wasn't Atkinson only troubled property. Court records showed Atkinson owned 5 apartment complexes down by the old factory. These apartment buildings were in worse shape than these. Atkinson 5 buildings in town currently had 116 violations of code against them. When JD heard that it did this on Atkinson property, he decides it would be best to just give into Brian demands.

"What do you want for everything I need" asked JD. "$300" said Brian. This was a super cheap for a 2.3 turbo engine with a trans

., so JD said "fine". He took a brief pause, and then said "pull it and get the rest out of there". "The engine, wiring harass, computer, and trans. are already pulled" said Brian. The last thing JD need was something going down in front of his Grandmother's house, so he said "I'll be there in an hour".

"Make it a normal hour, and you can have it for $250. If it becomes a "JD Hour" we want $300". JD said "I feel you", as he hung up the phone. Within a minute of JD hanging up the phone, JD hears a knock on the door. JD without thinking, say "come in". When the door opens, JD sees the woman he believes to be Velma walk into the tire room. He believed she was Velma Harrison, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Velma was really Julie Goodwin. Julie became Velma Harrison, because she was wanted in Lima, Ohio for death of her husband. Her husband died of carbon monoxide poisoning. The police in Lima believed she ran a car in the garage, while her husband slept in the bedroom above the garage. Julie had been on the run for 6 MThs., when she filled out an application to be a cashier at JD tire and Wheel.

The shop needed a woman like Julie, because there were a lot more Mexican in their town. Julie could speak and read Spanish very well. The woman that they had doing that job prior to Julie didn’t understand Spanish what so ever. Despite having family ties to the business, JD fired the woman and hired Julie. JD felt like he had to do this, because 70% of his used tire sales were coming from Mexicans. There were now more Mexicans than ever in this town, because more than one natural destroyer hit their county this year. Rather than hiring locals, the contractor doing the repair work had illegal Mexicans perform the work that needed to be done. This didn’t sit well with JD, but what could he do about. He thought that as he said "What can I do for you, Velma" asked JD. "I send a call back, and I just wanted to make sure you got It." said Velma. As JD opened his locker, he said "yes, I got the call". Velma says "will you be leaving early today".

JD looked her in the eyes, and said "yes, I will be leaving for the weekend in a few minutes". Velma says "I'm concerned that you aren't taking your position with JD tire and wheel seriously". When JD heard this, he thought Julie had lot of nerve. At this point, JD began to get very mad. Who is she to be telling him how to run his business? At the time, JD didn’t know she had an MBA from a respectable school. He believed she was a race mixer trying to get up some money, so she could leave her abuse of Mexican boyfriend.

As he stood there, he thought I built this company from the ground up. It was a success, because of my blood, sweat, and tears. JD wanted to fire this little white bitch, but he knew it wasn’t a smart move. JD did the smart thing, and just said "has a nice weekend, Velma". Within 10 minutes of saying that to Julie, he was standing in front of his 3 bay shops. The shop had 3 small work bay area, and 700 square feet of retail space.

Used tire sales weren't the bread and butter of the shop. The bread and butter of the shops sales were T-shirt sales. On the front they said JD tire and wheel. On the back, they had sayings or designs. JD was standing in front of his shop, because he was waiting for the technician known as Mark to bring him his truck.

Mark was a guy JD worked with at the steel stamping factory before it closed. When the steel stamping factory closed Mark became a license contractor in their area. He had a nice life going on until his wife died. She died during a weight lifting session in her home. Mark was a strong man that took being physically fit very seriously. Apparently, she lost control of the bar. When she lost control of the bar, it crushing her neck. A few hours after the bar crushed her neck, Mark returned home from a reroofing a client’s house. Despite having nothing to do with her death, the county cops tried to make a case against him. The case ultimaly went to trail, and Mark was found not guilty. He may have been found not g

arently, she must have asked Brian to find her a replacement. JD found this to be very odd, as he knew more than a few people that worked at salvage yard. "Well, I'm not in that relationship anymore" said JD. JD was no longer that relationship; because he convinced Taylor he had a gambling addiction. He did this, because the shop wasn't doing as well as it once was. In an affect to hide this from her, he started going to their local off track betting center and obtained losing tickets.

He did this by picking up discarded tickets from tables that were no longer being used. On a normal day, JD would return home at about 6:15pm. He started coming home at about 9:30, every night. When Taylor would ask him, why he was returning home so late, he said he had to help the guys work on the cars, because they were shorthanded. Taylor didn't believe this, and started checking his pockets for numbers or clues to what was really going on. Clearly, she believed he was going out and picking up other woman. When she looked though his pockets, all she found was losing tickets. She formed an idea in her head, that JD was gambling and losing a lot of money. She got this idea in her head, because she found a lot of losing tickets in his jeans and jacket.

This couldn't be farther from the truth. In an effect to save some money, JD fired 2 employees, and began working on the shop floor. JD was working on the shop floor from 9am to 9pm. After about a month of this, JD told Taylor the truth about what was going on. Taylor was so mad that, she left their house for the evening without him. She was pissed, because JD didn’t respect her enough to tell her the truth. When she got back to their house, all her stuff was packed up. Clearly, this wasn't something that was just going to work itself out. Brian and his brother knew this, and were planning on take full advantage of it.

"Well, I'm sorry to hear that. However, that doesn't change the fact that me and my brother picked up a thunder bird for you all" said Brian. There was a brief pause, and then Brian said "we stripped it down in the back yard of vacant house on Pabst Street". When JD heard this, he knew exactly which house Brian was talking about. It was owned by Martin Atkinson. Martin Atkinson was the only black man on the county board. The house was vacant, because Atkinson couldn't keep a tenant in there. They would always offer up claims of rodent and roach infestations, loose windows, and moldy walls. Atkinson would do nothing to fix these problems, and they move out. Apparently, this wasn't Atkinson only troubled property. Court records showed Atkinson owned 5 apartment complexes down by the old factory. These apartment buildings were in worse shape than these. Atkinson 5 buildings in town currently had 116 violations of code against them. When JD heard that it did this on Atkinson property, he decides it would be best to just give into Brian demands.

"What do you want for everything I need" asked JD. "$300" said Brian. This was a super cheap for a 2.3 turbo engine with a transuilty in court of law, but the people in their area thought he was guilty as hell.

The only job Mark was able to get was the one he had with JD. He did a little bit of everything around the shop, but this main job was to keep JD happy. When Taylor hired him, she led him to believe he could have a job for life if he could keep JD happy. He was getting JD truck for him, because the shop was in a high crime area. There was no way in hell he was going to park his lowered 1993 Ford Ranger with foose wheels in parking lot or the street. His purple Ranger was parked in the bay closest to the retail area. Customer could view it thought a glass window in the wall.

As he stood there, he remembers what this area once was. Not too many years ago, there was a huge steel stamping factory just yards from where JD was standing. The factory employed over 400 people, and was concerned to be the life blood of their small town. Back then, this was prime real estate. Now you couldn't give it away, thought JD as he got into his truck. Basically, his grandmother house was over the bridge and thought the woods. It was about a 10 minute ride from his shop to his grandmother's house.

When JD got into his pick-up truck, he could hear that the radio was on. As he was closing the door of the truck, he was hearing an ad. The ad was touting the economic advantages of new mining legislation. The radio ad extols the virtues of reopening the ore mine in their county. The add claimed reopening the mine would create 600 new jobs. It went on to say that each worker could earn up to $60,000 a year. As he pulled out of the parking lot, he knew he needed to find out more about this topic. He needed to find out more information on this topic, because he had a house that was built just over 1,000 feet away from the open pit mine in question.

He built a small cabin on his grandmother's property. Years ago, JD now ceased grandfather, like many landowners in their area, signed a 50 year mining contract with the Clined Group. In exchange for a little bit of money, the Clined group got the right to mine 800 acres of their 1,700 acre property. It was believed 78 other land owners also signed up to have their properties mined. All together the Clined group that the rights to just over 22,000 acres.

He was almost to the stop light, when he started wondering why the Clined group would want to reopen the mine. JD knew he wasn't going to be cheap at all to get

get that mine running, again. The ad he heard suggested that the Clined group had already spent 9 million dollars to have 50% of the original plant inspected. Included in the 9 million was a prefeasibitly study. According to their findings, the acquired land could produce for 7 to 10 years without beginning full exhausted.

As he drove down the road towards the bridge, he wondered how much the price of ore went up. He wondered this, because the last time he heard anything about the mine, they were saying it was uneconomic to keep the mine open. This was based on, increasing international completion. Despite open pit mining to being less expensive than other forms of mining.

JD was about a mile from the bridge when he decided not to get worked up about this topic now. If it reopened, it wouldn't be operational for quite some time. Not only was that, but the mining laws in their state recently changed. They apparently changed the laws regarding mining due to wide spread beliefs of corruption in that industry. JD had been previously told that mining was an industry that was particularly vulnerable to corruption.

There was a stoplight half a mile from the bridge. When JD got to the stop light half a mile from the bridge, the light was yellow. JD was a safe drive that didn’t speed up for yellow lights. When he got about 200 feet from the light he began to brake. Once the truck came to a complete stop, he began trying to dig through his pockets. He was trying to find this bill fold. As the light was going to change to green, JD realized he must have forgotten the bill fold in his locker at the shop. At this point, JD didn’t have enough time to go back to the shop and get it. As JD let his foot off the brake pedal he was he was going to have to do. He didn’t want to do it, but it seemed like the only logistic choice.

JD was going to have to stop at Fast Cash Pawn. He was going to have to pawn items on him or items in truck to keep Brian and little Al happy. As he made his way towards the pawn stop, he thought about what he had to pawn. JD may have forgotten his bill fold, but he didn’t forget his watch. As he got closer to the shop, he knew the watch was going to have to be pawned. He never liked pawning the watch, but he knew it had to be done. He didn’t like pawning it, because it was the last birthday present he got from his now deceased grandfather. Not only that, but he knew they would only give him $35 on it. This happened to JD more then he would like to admit, so he already knew what his items were worth. Besides the watch, he had an old Colt Peace Maker in the truck. In the truck’s glove box, he had a mint condition Colt Peace Maker. The handgun was worth more than the watch. However, it wasn’t worth $215. Depending on who was working, JD could get as much as $150. As he made his way down the road to the pawn shop, he hoped $185 would be enough to get Brian and little Al off this back. As they he began to think of ways to try a Jew them down, a car began to pass him. The car that was about to pass him was a ricer. It was a 80s Honda Civic hatchback. As the two vehicles got about even, JD slammed on the gas. He was so sick of these Asians thinking they owned the streets. As the Ranger edged out in front of the Civic, JD saw a street sign that indicated that the 2 lanes were merging to one.

JD was in the lane that kept going. The Asian driver was in the lane that ended. As the Ranger condoned to gain, JD knew that the Civic was going to have to back down. As they grew closer to the lane merger, there was no doubt in his mind that he had the better performing vehicle. As he looked over at the grey imported car, all he could see was deeply tinted windows. He could see what the driver looked like. As he kept his foot on the gas pedal, all he could think about a was beating this clown to the lane merger. All this shit with Brian and little Al took a back seat. When they were appox. 50 feet from the were the lane merged, the Civic driver hit his brakes. When JD realized the puke was slowing down, he felt good.

The bridge he needed to get across was about a 1000 feet from where he was at. As he began to get closer to the bridge, His thoughts began to foruce on an article he read in their town's newspaper. The article spoke of a lighthouse that could be given away for free. Apparently, the coast guard had been shedding lighthouses for several years as they are trying to get out of the lighthouse business. The eight five year old structures were built with technology of its day. It was built on a timber crib making it easier to be seen. The timber crib was not next to land.

The buyer would need a boat. The lighthouse was three hundred feet from the shoreline according to the article. As he made his way across the bridge, he thought about how cool it would be to acquire the lighthouse. Not only would it be cool, but it was something that could really happen. Apparently, local government and non-profit groups got first dibs to it. If no one stepped forward from one of these groups, it would be auctioned to the highest private bidder.

JD was about to drive on to the bridge when he decided he had to have the light house. JD, his cousin, and their grandmother were a part of a nonprofit group. They were all high ranking members of this organization. The other members typically followed JD and Danny's ways without question so that was one way JD could get the lighthouse. The other option would be to buy it at the auction. It was JD's understanding that they go cheap. One not too far away from this one sold for just over thirty thousand dollars. It was constructed similar to the one that was up for grabs.

by the time JD was midway across the bridge, he convinced himself it would be a good idea to talk with Danny and his grandmother about this opportunity. He thought it could be used as a tool to increase membership. When he was back on solid ground, he said "Thank-you Jesus." Since October 2005, JD has said this out loud once he makes it safely across the bridge. He started saying this after the bridge was abruptly closed in October 2005. It was closed for eleven days due to inspectors finding massive amounts of rust and corrosion on the bridge. During the eleven day closure, you either had to stay on the island or you rode the car ferry across the river.

despite the bridge still being in awful condition, it’s still open for some to use it. It’s open to everyone except semi-trucks, busses, motorhomes, campers, and any vehicle pulling a trailer. They think they can save this bridge by banning vehicles and limiting the time traffic is allowed to cross the bridge. They can do all that and more but that doesn't change the facts thought JD. The fact is only four percent of our nations bridges scored worse during inspections than this steel deck trusses that JD just got off of.

Soon after JD got across the bridge, he could see their areas new food store/gas station. Soon after the bridge closure James Schaumburg started to build a strip mall style complex as JD drove past the four thousand three hundred and seventy eight square foot building and pump stations. He could tell that James was not done building. It looked as if James wanted to build a mile long strip that went all the way down to nearly the entrance of his grandmother's subdivision. Clearly, what he had just finished was going to be the anchor store. As he drove down the once tree lined strip of road, he wished James the best of luck. James didn't get so lucky with his store on the other side of the bridge. JD had heard the building he was leasing had a lot of structural problems. It was proven that the soil underneath the building was unstable. When he got almost to highway 135 and Rich mount, he put on his signal. Soon after that, he turned onto Rich mount. There were no houses on Rich mount. All the houses were on the cross streets. JD was going to have to go three streets up to get to Rich mount and Pabst.

His grandmother lived in a Victorian style duplex in Ka-Bluey Blueberry Pavilion. It was the nice house in the devoplment. It was the nicest house by far, because JD's uncle originally wanted the sites to be devopled with small house build on trailers. When he created Ka-Bluey Blueberry Pavilion, he wanted all 40 home sites to have tumbleweed style house on them. He wanted to sell the 5 acre parcels to people who didn't want to build extraordinary homes. He was able to find 20 people like that.18 of people bought the land and quickly got their tumbleweed style of homes build. It was great that he found these people, but the problem was he found so few people.

JD's uncle wasn’t the kind of man that gave up on things easily, so he didn't sell to the poeple that wanted come in and build a cookie cutter style house. He ended up taking the home sites off the market, and devopled them himself. A few mths. After he took them off the market, he heard about a new freeway that was going to be build. When he looked in to it more, he found out that the county was going to be sell the building that needed to be tore down for this project to go forward. He ended up buying 5 buildings, when the county had their auction to get rid of them. He tore them down board by board, and then rebuild them on the back 2 streets of his devoplment. So after selling those properties, He ended up getting wind of2 barns that were going to be tore down. He ended up getting those 2 barns. Rather than use them as barns, he converted they into houses.

When he got to Richmond and Pabst, he made a left turn. His grandmother house was the 6th house on Pabst Street. When he got there, he pulled into his grandmother's driveway and exited the truck. As he began to get out of the truck, he realized he had no money. As he made his way across the street, he could see the parts lying on the grass. As he walked across the street, he decided here was only one thing he could do. He was going to have to kill Brian and little AL. When he got to the top of the driveway, he shook Little Al's hand. After he shook Little Al's hand, he began inspecting the parts. As he looked at the parts, he realized he would be doing the world a fair by killing these 2 people.

As JD looked the pile of parts, he realized that it was going to be a lot of work to get this into Taylor's Pinto. Both engines were 2.3, but this one was a fuel injected turbo engine. As JD was about to make his move to kill little Al, a black man walked by JD's truck. As JD reached for his gun to kill little Al, the nigger tried to make off with it. JD had been there about 3 minutes, when this clown tried to steal the truck. When Little Al saw this, he quickly turned around. When he turned around, he saw JD getting ready to shoot him. He had no idea the bullet was for him, he thought JD was going to shoot the black man. When little Al saw the gun, he said “let block his black ass in with this Junker”. Within seconds of seeing this, the two of them began pushing the stripped down Thunder bird down the inclined driveway.

They were doing this in an effect to block the driveway, so the black man couldn’t get away with the truck. Brian, the other man there, was looking for a 19mm socket in the trunk of his "boxed" Cutlass Supreme. When the Thunder bird got up a little speed, Little AL jumped into the car and steered it right into back of JD's truck. Right after the vehicles hit, JD smashed out the driver's side window with an iron pipe that was laying in the yard.

When the pipe went through the window, it hits the black man in the side of the head. JD threw down the pipe, and began trying to get the driver's side door open. The black man must have locked it, when he got in. Once JD got the door open, Brian was right there ready pull his clown out of the truck. When the feet of the black man cleared the door sill of the truck, Brian dropped him on the ground. As soon as the clown hit the ground, JD began punching him in the face. JD finally stopped when he hear his Grandmother screaming from an upstairs porch. JD stopped punching the man, and made his way down the driveway. He wanted to have eye to eye contact with his Grandmother.

Little Al went and fired up the van, when JD started exchanging words with his Grandmother. It was parked on the street just a few feet from where this happened. When JD was done talking with grandmother, him and Brian carried the black man to the van, dropped him in the road, open the rear doors of the van, and put him in the cargo area of the van. Without hast, JD jumped into the cargo area. Then Brian closed the 2 rear doors. After Brian closed the doors, he made his way to the passenger seat.

They drove to a public boat launch outside of Ka-Bluey Blue Berry Pavilion, and made their way to rural public boat launch. It was the perfect place to take of this nigger, as it was a deeply wood area that most folks didn't know about. As they made their way there, JD duct taped the black man's hands together. When they got to the upper parking lot of the boat launch area, JD noticed a green 70's model Ford F150. It had a homemade topper covering the bed.

It also had a boat trailer attached to it. The owner must have launched his boat, and then parked the truck up there. As they started to go down the hill, JD said "we better make this quick”. When they got to the lower parking area, JD and Brian focused on getting the black man out of the van. As they did this, Little Al ran up the hill to act as a look out. By the time little was to the top of the hill, the clown they caught was laying on the ground. Without hast, JD jumped on the man, and pulled his knife out of its holster. He had the holster attached to his pant leg. By now, the nigger was begging for his life. "Shut the fuck up, you dumb nigger". The black man didn't honor JD request, and then JD said "I'm not planning on killing you".

as soon as the black man heard this, he said "thank you, my Lord". Before the man could finish his prayer of repent, JD said "we are going to tie you to one of these trees, and rub honey all over you". The black man knew what was going to happen, and then began to beg JD to kill him. As JD began to cut off the duct tape, he said "You weren't afraid of me, but you’re scared of a few thousand fire ants". As JD was cutting the tape off the man's hands, Brian was going to the van to get some ropes. When Brian returned, they did a kind of flip roll of the black man's body that put him up against a tree.

Now JD had his knee drilling into the nigger's chest. As JD was doing his best to hold the man against the tree, Brian was tying the black man's hands together. After what seemed like forever, Brian said "Get him honeyed up, so we can get out of here". JD believed Brian had securely tied him, so he got off him. When he got off the black man's chest, he went to get the honey. "Do you have a glove I can wear in the van” asked JD. He didn't want his hand to be all sticky. He also didn't want to touch a nigger's balls or dick without a glove on.

"This is a 1986 E-150 van, not the fucking Wal-Mart". Brian took a brief pause, and then said "be glad we had honey". JD thought about it for a second, and then said "On the other side of town, Taylor had finished putting the finishing touches on the model car that she had been working on. She was building a 1980's style Buick National. She had been working on it for about a week, and now it was finally done. Taylor decided to reward her with a cigarette, for a job well done. She was not allowed to smoke in her mother's house. Her mother didn't smoke cigarettes, and didn't want the inside of the house to smell like cigarette smoke. When Taylor smoked cigarettes, she was required to go out. However, it was alright for her mother's lover to smoke weed in the house. When she got outside the house, she lit her cigarette with a blue lighter. Taylor smoked Marlboro light 100's. She used a blue lighter, because blue was her second favorite color.

Taylor is a girl, so off course her favorite color was pink. As she stood there smoking, she looked at the house next to her mother's house. All the houses in that area were pretty close together, so she really didn't have much of a chose. She wondered why someone in their right mind, would paint their house Black with Grey trim.

As she thought about it more, she couldn’t ever remember seeing another Black house in all her life. When Taylor finished her cigarette, she tried to go back inside the house. It didn't take her to realize that, she locked herself out of the house. When she exited the house, she left the door open a crack. Taylor left the door open a crack, because the door automatically locks when it is closed all the way.

Taylor wasn't going to let a lock stop her from getting back into the climate controlled house. She decided to break out one of his small windows on the door. The back door to the house had 6 small windows in it. Rather than trying to find an object to toss though the glass, she simply took of her T shirt and wrapped it around her hand. Taylor was wearing a JD Tire and Wheel T shirt. She wrapped it around her hand, and put hand though the glass. Taylor made sure to wrap it tight, because she didn't want it to come off her hand, as it was going through the glass. She didn't feel like going to her old place of employment. Taylor worked in the ER at one of the local hospitals.

Once the glass was broken, it was easy for her to manually unlock the door from the inside of the house. Luckily for Taylor, Wendy, her mother, never got around to changing the lock. Wendy was going to installing a different style of lock, were you need a key to unlock it, even if you were inside. When Taylor got the door open, she walked into the house. The house was an originally a craftsman style house. Over the years, many additions have been done to the house. It was now a 3 bedroom, 1 bath house in need of much repair and updating. When Taylor walked through the doorway, she was entering the kitchen. It was pretty much your basic wall style kitchen. It had a stove on side of the room, and the fridge was on the other side. There was a cabinet between the stove and fridge that housed the sishe stood in 70's style kitchen, she wondered where she left her keys. The last time she could remember having her keys was about 5 hours ago. She left the house to get a pack of cigarettes. When she returned from going to the corner store, she thought she left her keys on the table in the foyer. Without hast, she made her way to the foyer. Taylor had to walk thought the dining room to get to the foyer. Normally, the only thing in the dining room is a Pine table and 6 mismatched chairs. Today was different; Taylor had all her modeling stuff spread out all over the table. When she entered into the foyer, she could see that she did in fact leave her keys on the table.

The foyer in their house was kind of like an oversized hallway that linked all the down stairs rooms together. In the front part of the foyer, there were 3 doors. The door that let folks in from the outside, the door that allowed you to enter the kitchen and dining area, and the main entrance to the living room was all located in the front of the foyer. The back part of the foyer had the stairs that take you to the upstairs part of the house. You could also enter the bathroom though a door, located at the rear of the foyer. Now, that Taylor had her keys, it was time for her to go to the hardware store. She needed to go to the hardware store, so that she could buy a piece of glass to replace the one she broke. She had to have it looking as good as new, all before her mother returned home.

Taylor had about 45 minutes to get the window fixed. This wasn't the first time broke out a piece of glass in this door, so she knew what she was doing. If the window wasn't completely fixed before her mother returned home it would be a pretty site. Taylor's mother is the kind of person that loves to turn mole hills in Mountains. This is something her blow her mother would blow way out of proportion. As Taylor was making her way through the dining room, her phone rang. She had a Samson model phone. It wasn't anything fancy; it didn't even have a camera on it. Her boyfriend, Jonathan "JD" Edwards, didn't like the way digital pictures looked, so he was 100% against her having a camera phone. When Taylor pulled the phone out of her pocket, she looked to see who it was. It was JD calling her.

When she says this, she said "thank you, Jesus". JD hadn't called her in almost 3 weeks. They had a fight, and when it was over, he tossed her belongings out one of the 2nd store window in their downtown apartment. Taylor let it ring 4 times, before she answered her cell phone. On the 4 ring, she picked opened her phone. In a happy voice, she said "What's up, JD". Taylor knew JD pretty well, so she knew what he wanted. They had basically been together since she was about 18 years old. JD responded by saying "I was thinking about coming over". There was a brief pause, and then JD said "are you at your mother's house". It was a silly question for JD to ask, because he knew she was living there.

Every time JD puts Taylor on a "time Out", she goes backs to her mother's house. Topically, Taylor's "time outs" only last around a week. This "time out" has lasted almost 3 weeks. "Yes, I'm still right were you left" said Taylor. JD responded by saying, "Brian and I will be over there in 5 minutes". Taylor simply said "fine", and then hit the end call button on her phone. As Taylor made her way to the bathroom, she wondered why Brian was coming. As she began to try to do something with her hair, she figured Brian was coming over to help JD move all herself out of this roach infected house. Taylor was no longer worried about fixing the window in the back door.

She was a 100% focused on make herself beautiful for her man. Fixing the glass was no longer important to her. When her mother found out what she done, she forced to listen to her go on and on about it. Off course, mother would also try to charge her some crazy price to get it fixed, Taylor thought to herself, as she put her make up on. When she went to the dryer, she realized all she had washed jeans and JD tire and wheel T shirts. The washer and dryer were located in a closet in the bathroom. As Taylor was putting on one of her JD tire and wheel T shirts, she heard the doorbell ring. Taylor quickly made her way out of the dated bathroom, and made her way to the door.

Taylor thought it needed updating, because it was straight out the 80's. She hated these "time outs", because she hated being always from JD. When Taylor opened the door, she started to think this wasn't a friendly social call. JD and Brian were both covered in blood. Once, she opened the house door, see saw little Al, Brian little brother, drive off in a Ford van. Taylor had seen this van before. JD's cousin bought at the auction for $75, about 6 weeks ago. As she said "get in here before someone sees you", she wondered why JD hasn’t fixed up the van yet. As JD and Brian made their way in, Taylor hoped JD would tell her he was just too depressed to work, and that was why the van didn't get fixed. "I'm going to go upstairs and have a talk with Tales, I want to stand her and wait for me" said JD.

JD grabbed Taylor’s hand, and started to make their way to Taylor's room. Taylor had a super small bedroom upstairs. When they got about half way up the stairs, Taylor said "don't sit down or touch anything". Taylor would never hear the end of it, if Brian stained something that belonged to her mother or Tammy. Tammy was Taylor's mother lover. "I'll bring you something down in a minute" said JD. Taylor's father left a lot of clothes in house, when he left. All the clothes Taylor's father left, were in an upstairs closet. When they got to the top of stairs, they entered Taylor’s room. Taylor had 2 things in her room. She had a single person bed and a cabinet. The cabinet had 2 drawers on the bottom, and 2 swinging doors on top.

"So what have you been up to, today" asked Taylor. JD responded up saying "I tried to get you a turbo engine for your Pinto". After years of faithful service, the engine blew up. "You are cover in blood! Not engine oil or transmission fluid" said Taylor. "You didn't let me finish" said JD. Taylor had a bad habit of not letting JD finish a thought or sentence. "The floor is all yours" said Taylor. Before he started talking, he removed his shirt, and put it in Taylor's gym bag. Taylor wasn't happy about this, but she did want to be his 2nd person he beat down today, so she just stood there. "Brain and Little Al found a turbo coupe Thunder Bird. They were stripping in the vacant house across the street from my grandmother's house.

I went over there to pick up the engine and transmission. When I went to inspect the engine and transmission, a black man tried to steal my truck" said JD. Taylor walked over to JD, and hugged him. Before he could start talking again, Taylor said "I'm sorry, baby, but I have to ask". Before Taylor could finish thought, JD said "yeah". At one point and time, JD and Brian ruled his area with an iron fist. No one in their right mind would try to steal from JD or Brian. JD and Brian knew this, so they often times just leave their keys in the ignition. Before Taylor could respond to this, JD kissed her.

As they were kissing, they heard a gunshot. That gun shot was founded by 2 more. Taylor looked out the window of her bedroom, and saw her mother's car parked next to the garage. Wendy, Taylor's mother, must have walked into the house and seen Brian standing in the foyer, and shot. She must have thought Brian was there to rob them. Taylor grabbed a gym bag lying on the floor, and made her way out the window. JD followed her out the window, on to the roof of a single story addition that her father built before he left. They ran down the not so steep roof, and then jumped off the roof into a set of bushes that were planted when the addition was build.

50 feet from the house, there was a gate that opened on to the alley. Luckily for the couple, it wasn't locked or even closed. Taylor's younger sister, Kelly, must have left it open when she left earlier in the day. Taylor was almost to her car, when JD made it to the gate. Taylor always parked her Ford Focus in the alley. Taylor's mother must have had a gut feeling that there was someone upstairs, because she quickly made her way up the stairs. The first rooms she went into were Taylor's. When she saw the open window, she made her way to the window with her weapon drawn. Against JD wishes, both Taylor and her mother carried Glock 9s. JD was all for them carrying guns, but he was not a fan of the Glock 9.

He didn't like the Glock 9, because of how the safety was installed on the gun. By the time Wendy made it to the window, JD was about to exit the yard. Even though Wendy could only see the back of JD's head, that didn't stop her from trying to kill him. She fired one shoot, but missed him. As the unharmed couple barred down the narrow alley way, JD tried to coach on her driving. Taylor didn't like this one bit, and said "shut the fuckup, baby. I got this". A big smile came to JD's face when he heard Taylor call him "baby". After about 300 feet of fast driving, Taylor hit the brakes hard and cranked the wheel all the way to the right. This stunt got them out of the alley and onto a side street.

Taylor reached for her pack of cigarettes, she asked JD if he wanted one. JD said "no", and gave Taylor a funny look. JD didn't believe men should smoke 100's or 120's. As they come up to the stop light, Taylor go thought the process of lighting her cigarette. After she blows out, she says "You know kings are made the same lines as 100's. The only difference is the kings are cut shorter". Before she can finish saying that the light changed, and she made a left turn on to 60th street. Before JD can comment on the statement she just made, she says "would you like me to smoke it down to the point where it would be equal to the length of a king". When JD was out of cigarettes, Taylor often had to smoke it down to the point where it was equal to the length to a King, and then give it to him.

When Taylor took a pause from speaking, JD didn't make a response. Taylor looked JD in the eyes, and said "don't think I'm going to stop and buy you a pack of your cigarettes. If it was yesterday or tomorrow, I would. I can't today, because I have a hair appointment with Tammy. I can't be late for it". Tammy wasn't Taylor's regular hairstylist; she was Taylor's mother's lover. Wendy and Tammy was childhood friend. Tammy always lived the gay lifestyle, but Wendy, Taylor's mother, didn't get involved in it until Taylor was 9 years old. Her sister, Kelly, was just 3 years old. It surprised JD that Taylor was almost seemed excited about getting her haircut. As he sat there in the aftermarket seat, he wondered what the hell was going on.

Normally, Taylor wasn't at all excited about getting her haircut. It was more like pulling teeth to get her to trim her split ends. Not only that, but normally she didn't really like Tammy. Rather than making an issue about it, JD just said "I know it would be easier for you to drop me off at the apartment, but I need to go to my grandmother's house and get my truck". JD thought it would be easier for Taylor to do that, because Tammy worked at the salon that was one the first floor of their building. They shared a loft style apartment in a building that was once a warehouse. "Baby, I was planning on dropping you off there anyway" said Taylor. She took a brief pause and then said "Tammy no longer works at Hair Affair. Tara shit canned her when she shaved her head. She works out of a barbershop on Arcadian street, now.

I was going to park in your Grandmother's driveway, and then take the 11 bus down there". It was very hard to find parking in that area, so that was probably a good idea. JD responded to this by saying "my Grandmother doesn't want you parking in her driveway". Taylor looked for at JD, and said "funny, it was fine with her yesterday". After a brief pause, Taylor said "JD, I still take your grandmother to all her appointments, wash her clothes on Wednesday, and go with her to bingo". Clearly, this upset JD, but he remained silence. That is until they made the last left to get to his Grandmother's house. When they made the turn, JD could that his truck wasn't where he left it. He moment was silence ended, when he said "what the fuck".

As they got closer to the house, JD could see that someone moved the Thunder bird into a parking spot on the street. In an effort to calm him down, Taylor said "Larry probably moved your truck to a safer location". JD knew a lot of people that worked in the local automotive trades, but he didn't know a Larry. His responds was "who the fuck is Larry". At this point Taylor realized she said something she shouldn't have. "Ask your Grandmother" was Taylor responds. JD was half out the car, when it comes to a complete stop in his Grandmother's driveway.

JD slammed the door of the car, as he got out. As Taylor got out the car, she said "don't be slamming my doors". JD stop walking towards were his Grandmother was sitting, and looked back at where Taylor was standing.

Once he had eye to eye contact with her, he said "keep running your mouth, and I'll slam your head into the driveway". After he said this, he started walking towards his Grandmother, again. When JD gets close to his Grandmother, he says "where is my truck, and who the hell is Larry". JD's Grandmother responded by saying, "Larry hauled your truck to your dad’s yard with his wrecker". "Ok, now who is this Larry" asked JD. Before his Grandmother could respond, JD said "are you stepping out on my Grandfather". "

"Your Grandfather has been dead since 1994, get over it. "JD can't believe what he just heard. After a moment of silence, JD's Grandmother said "boy, you better hurry up and walk Taylor to the bus stop". By now, Taylor was standing right next to JD.

"I'll take her Brian's Cutlass" said JD as he walked away from them. JD had a set of keys to Brian's Cutlass for situations like his. As JD walked away, Taylor said "I'm sorry, Mrs. Edwards. It just slipped". "Don't worry about it, child" said JD's Grandmother. They stood next to each other in silence, until JD pulled up. A few minutes after JD's Grandmother said that, JD pulled up in Brian's lifted Cutlass. Taylor climbed up into the lifted Car, and kissed JD before she put her seat belt on. They rolled down the street 20 inch wheels. After they turned off the Block they were on, he said "I'll drop you off at the bus shelter on 60th street". Taylor was kind of shocked to hear that, she assumed JD was going to drive her to Hilton Hair. Then drive around well she got her haircut.

Before she could say anything, JD said "I'll get my truck, do some fixing on it, and then meet up with you and my Grandmother at bingo". Taylor said "that sounds fine. After Bingo I can drop off your Grandmother, and we can met back at the apartment. I'll even let you buy me flowers and a bottle of wine". As they pulled into the parking area, Taylor kissed JD. When she was done kissing him, she got out. Before she closed the door, she said "I love you". JD said "I love you, too". Once the door closed, JD drove out of the parking lot. JD was coming up on the bus when his cell phone rang. As JD reached for it, he was hoping it was Taylor calling him to tell him the truth about what was really going on.

JD was going to have to wait a little longer to get to the bottom of this, because the caller wasn't Taylor. The caller was an employee of their local library. Apparently, JD checked out 2 DVD that haven't been returned. JD took this as a sign to give Taylor some space, and turned his friend's car. At that point and time, JD was only about 5 minutes from his grandmother's. He was really enjoying riding around in Brian's car, until he made the last turn to his grandmother's house. He stopped the car mid turn, when he saw 2 patrol cars and an ambulance parked directly in front of his grandmother's place. As he began to back up, he knew his grandmother was dead.JD made his way to Arcadian Street, he wondered if all the people closest to him were in on this set up clearly, Brian and Little Al were. JD desperately needed to know whether or not Taylor was working with them. It would explain a lot of the odd behavior, he thought to himself as he was driving. JD wanted to believe that she wouldn't do this to him, but he had done her wrong in past. This could be his pay back. He had to know for sure one way or the other. This plan was simple. He was going to explain the facts to her, and ask her to leave town with him. He may have beat a black man to death, got his grandmother killed, and played a role in the death of a childhood friend. If that wasn't enough to convince her that they need to get out of Dodge, there was the belief that Little Al was trying to kill them.

None of this was going to be easy, as JD had known the name or the exact location of the shop, she was going to. All he knew was it on Arcadian Street. The only thing JD had going for him, was that Arcadian Street was a short street. It was only about 3 mile stretch of concrete. As JD thought about it, there couldn't be more than just a few shop on that street. His best bet would be to just check them all out. As long was the shop was on Arcadian, it would be possible to find her. However, if it was off Arcadian Street, he would be screwed. Arcadian was an angled street that crossed 5 main streets that were littered with barbershop and hair salons. JD decided that, it would in his best interest to head out of town without her, if he couldn't find her on Arcadian street.

The first shop he saw on Arcadian was Hilton Hair. From the looks of the building, it wasn't owned by the Hiltons we all know and love. It was old and dingy looking from the street. JD couldn't see inside the shop, because the front door had frosted glass in it. The front window had some kind of netting going a cross it. There was an open sign in the window, but who know how long it had been sitting there. It didn't seem like the type of place a 49 year old lesbian woman would be working, so he just kept on driving. In this mind, this was one shop down, a hand full to go.

About a mile down the road, JD saw a barber pole painted on the side of a building. The paint was sun faded, but there was a chance that a shop could still be there, so he slowed down enough to check it out. He saw there was an alley way that could be entered from the street, so he turned into it. He put the car's blinkers on, turned off the engine, and took the keys with him. He had learned his lesson about that earlier in the day. When he reached the building, he paused for a moment to peer inside, before opening the door. He wasn't able to real see anything, so he opened the door, and walked up the steps that fled into the shop. When he got into the shop, he could see 4 black and chrome chair arrayed on the back wall.

Each of the 4 barbers was wearing identical white smocks. 3 of the barbers were male, but the fourth one was a lady. The barberette had a cross between a pixie and buzz cut. Despite having a short haircut, JD thought she was a gorgeous Lady. She was a Lady, as she must have been in her 40's. The woman was not Tammy. Out of the 4 barbers in the shop, she was the only one without a client in her chair. She was standing behind her chair smoking a cigarette. When she saw JD come up, she quickly put out the cigarette in an astray that was sitting on the variety of her station. Then she picked up a blue that she had draped over the back of her chair. "I'll get you here, Sir" she said. JD said "Maybe, another time", as turned to leave.

JD needed a haircut, but he was more interested in finding Taylor at this point. As he got into Brian's car, he wondered if hurt the woman's feelings. That was not his intent, but he didn't have the time to seat down for a haircut, or tell this woman his life story. He went a ways before he saw another shop. This shop to had something painted on the side of their building to promote their business. On the top of the painting, it said "Barberette". On the lower part of the sign, it said "Tammy and Crystal". As JD looked for a parking spot, he hoped this was the place. It had to be, because the road dead end in about 100 feet of where JD was. There was an open spot in front of the bakery, which was next to the tiny shop.

jD saw this as a clear sign that this journey was over. When JD got with a few feet of the shop, he could see the door was open. When he walked in, he saw a beautiful barberette sitting in a 60's style barber chair. It was a narrow 2 chair shop, but JD liked the way it felt. It looked pretty old fashion, expect for the name plates attached to the larger mirrors. The 2 large mirrors were hung over 2 blue vanities that were behind the barber chairs. When Crystal saw JD walk in, she got up from her chair, and said "I'm Crystal; I'll be your Barberette Today". "I'm sorry, I was supposed to be someone down here" said JD. JD couldn't finish this sentence, before Crystal took his hand and said "say no more I completely".

Next thing JD knew, he was sitting in Crystal's chair. As Crystal caped JD, she said "how long do we have to make you took beautiful, again". Without even thinking, JD said "20 minutes". It was about 1 hour and 20 minute for Taylor to get to that general area. "Well, I have enough time to give you a proper straight razor shave, and trim you up" said Crystal. Crystal took a brief pause, and then said "you got luckily, normally we don't take walk ins". "I don't see why not, you have a huge waiting area", said JD. Their waiting area was 2 bar stools against the far the wall of the shop. Crystal did a snort laugh, when JD said that. As she was getting the towel ready for JD's faces, she said "what is your name funny man".

"I'm JD" said JD, as he sat there. "I bet there is a story behind that. You will have to tell it to me, when you come back for your haircut" said Crystal, as she put the towel on JD's face. After she put the towel over JD face, she went back to the counter to get her straight razor. "I'll get it good and shape" said Crystal, as she ran it across a leather belt attached to the chair JD was sitting in. When she felt it sharp enough, she set it back on the counter. She then removed the towel from JD's face, and began putting shaving foam all over his face. "A hard working man like you deserves this at least twice a week" she said, as she did it. When she was cleaning her hands, she said "What do you for a living".

"I'm the owner of JD tire and wheel" said JD. Crystal almost dropped the razor when she heard this. She was really into the shirt they sold at the shop. In an effort to see if JD was lying, she said "would you lie to a woman with a straight razor in her hand". JD responded by saying, "I'm driving the car that was featured in last week journal ad". After she heard that, she began stroking off all the shaving foam from JD's face". When she finished getting off all the foam, she said "I'll wipe you down, give you an old towel to close your pores, and then trim you up. As she was finishing JD up, Tammy walked into the stop. When JD saw her, he knew she wasn't the right Tammy. It looked like he was leaving town alone.

"Tammy, did you see a 1984 Cutlass parked out front, when you came in" asked Crystal. JD laughed, and then said "you know your cars". The ad didn't say what kind of car it was or the owner's name; it just had the photo of it. "There was a ghetto cruiser parked out there. I'm sure what kind it was" said Tammy. Tammy wasn't into cars like Crystal was. A few minutes later, JD's proper barbershop shave was completed. JD and Crystal walked outside together, and she saw Brian's 1984 Cutlass Supreme. As Crystal walked around the boxed Cutlass, she said "I don't know who is sexier you or the car". In an effort to test the waters, JD put his hands out. Crystal grabbed them, and said "When am I going to get to cut your hair, sexy".

"Give your card, and I'll call you" said JD. Before Crystal could say anything, JD said "Today, I'm down here trying to find my mother. I believed she was coming to this street to get a haircut by a bald woman. Are there any scirrors & sinnerss, besides your shop and 4 chairs hair". "I heard someone was working out of Hilton Hair, but I'm not sure" said Crystal. Before JD could ask her how the shave was, she said "I hope your mother didn't go there. That place is nasty, and it smells like stale Tobacco in there". As she was saying this, she saw client her next ride up on a 250cc Ninja. She handed him a business card from her apron, and then gave him a kiss good bye on the lips. As she walked away, she said "call me".

As JD got into the car, he wondered if Crystal was flirting with him, or that was just her personality. As he fired up the car, he looked thought the rear view mirror, and saw that she didn't hug, kiss, or hold hands with the male client, as they walked into the shop. As he headed back to Hilton hair, she thought about breaking it off with Taylor for good. When he was in Crystal's chair, he didn't think about any of these problems. If Taylor was working with Brian and Little Al, it would mean he was going to jail. It would be nice for JD to someone on the outside that could look after his affairs. It seemed like she into cars, so maybe she would be interested in looking after his shop .JD was going to call her, and try to set something up for later. Let’s roll out, beforeThen he saw Taylor sitting on a wooden bench in front of Hilton Hair. All those ideas went out of his mind. As he turned around the car, he couldn’t believe he allowed such ideas to flow around in his mind. When he got to the other side of the street, he wondered if Taylor had already gotten her haircut.

Normally, she got very little cut off. It was almost impossible for someone to tell when she got a haircut. When Taylor saw the car, she got up and started making her way to the street. "I didn't think I would see you till much, later" said Taylor. "I just had to see you, baby" said JD. "That sweet" said Taylor. "What are you doing out here" asked JD. "I couldn’t stand the smell in there, so I came out here" said Taylor. When JD heard this, he decided to assume that she hadn’t already gotten her haircut. "I'm going to take you to a different shop. Get in the car, please" said JD. Taylor was shocked to hear the word “Please” come out of JD’s mouth. JD didn't have to say that twice. As soon as she heard the word “Please”, she was ready to get into the car with him. As she got in the car, she said "I don't know how I was going to handle that smell for 45 minutes".

"If it is going to take you 45 minutes to get your haircut, I'll go up to my dad’s yard and get the truck.” said JD, as he pulled out. JD took a brief pause and then said “I’ll drop you off at 4 Chairs Hair before I go over to the shop.” "Is the truck drivable", asked Taylor as she put her seat belt on. "I think the Thunderbird just dented the tailgate, so it should be drivable". Taylor said "That’s good to hear. I know how much you love that truck.", as she lit a cigarette. She knew the ranger was JD’s first truck. It was also the first thing that JD got financing to buy. She couldn’t imagine how JD would be if he lost his truck.

Within a few minutes of driving, they were in front of 4 Chair Hair. "Are you sure they cut woman's hair here", asked Taylor, as she put her cigarette out. "I saw a woman come out here with a Pixie cut" said JD, as he turned off the car. "Do you think I want a Pixie cut, JD" asked Taylor, as she began to open the door. Taylor kissed JD, and then said "you better still love me, if I ended up bald”. “I would probably love you more", said JD. Taylor knew JD liked short haircut on woman. As Taylor closed the door, she said "I love you". JD leaned over the seat, and said "love you too". Then JD fired up the car, and drove off. Taylor waved to him, and he put his hand though the sunroof and waved back. Taylor should there for 3 minutes, trying to work by the courage to go in. After 3 minutes of standing there, she opened the door and went in. She was surprised to see a woman barber, when she got to the top of the steps. When the barberette looked her way, Taylor said "do you cut woman's hair". Before the barberette could answer her, she said "I want to go short". "Have a seat, Miss. I can get you in a few minutes" said the barberette.

As Taylor was about to sit down, one of the male barbers, said “I can take you down here mam”.The barber was removing the cape from his male client when he said this. When Taylor heard this, she turned around and looked in the direction of where the voice came from. The voice came from the barber furthest away from her. Taylor took two steps towards the middle aged barber when the female barber said “Take a seat mam.You don’t want Willie to give you a short haircut. “She took a brief pause, and then said “About ten minutes ago, I asked Willie to give me a short haircut. If you want a haircut like mine, let him cut it for you.”

As the female barber was saying this, Willie’s last customer walked past Taylor. He looked like most of the men that were in the shop. He had just gotten a flat top style haircut. He looked pretty muscular, however he was nowhere near as muscular as JD. This guy was dressed like a typical twenty something in their area. They lived in a rural farming community so this good looking male was not dressed in a business suite. He was wearing a stained grey T-shirt and blue jeans. When he walked passed Taylor, she could tell he must have worked on a dairy farm. She could tell this because she knew what a dairy farm worked smelled like. This is definitely somebody she wouldn’t want to hook up with. She wouldn’t hook up with a man like him because she liked her men to take showers before they went out and about the town.

The female barber must have gotten her haircut by Willie soon after JD left. Now, she was sporting a woman’s bald fade. Taylor wanted to get a short haircut, but not that short. She took a brief pause and planted her butt in a green plastic chair. When she did this, Willie gave the woman barber a dirty look. After he gave his colleague a dirty look, he sat down in his barber chair. As he sat there, he thought to himself, if that bitch had a decent amount of hair I could have gave her a good hair style. She didn’t have enough hair to do any other style other than the one she got, thought the male barber as he lit a cigarette.

Taylor sat down next to a woman that had the exact style she wanted. Taylor assumed that the woman was the mother of the young boy that was in the barberette chair. When the barberette was done talking with Taylor, she flipped her clippers back on, and got back to work on the young boy’s haircut. He was probably 7 or 8 years old. Once she got the clippers back on, she raised them above his forehead and slowly lowered them to scalp. She pushed them forward shearing off all the hair in their path. Short hair rained down on the cape, as the barberette guided the clippers across the crown to the back of his head. The young boy made no effect to move, as she did this to him. The barberette made several more passes, until the top and sides were the same length.

Once she got them to same length, she took a final drag on her cigarette and stubbed it out in an ashtray on her work station's vanity. The barberette pulled the cape of the young boy's shoulders, and then removed the tissue paper from his neck. The barber working next to the barberette, helped the young boy out of the barberette's chair, as she lowered it. When the mother saw the barberette removing the cape, she stubbed out her cigarette. When she got up the green plastic chair, she pulled 2 $20 out of her purse. As she handed them to the barberette, she said "will this cover it". As the barberette put the money in her bra, she said "yes, have a good day".

As Taylor sat there, she wonders how much her haircut was going to be. She only had $40, a cell phone, and keys.

As Taylor sat there, she wonders how much her haircut was going to be. She only had $40, a cell phone, and keys. If a boy’s buzz cut was $40, she wouldn't have enough. "Miss, I will take you, now" said the barberette. As Taylor made her way to the chair, t


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