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We recommend Ionic when the demands on the phone resources that often require native solutions won’t be a priority.

Abrio: Showing up 15 minutes late really is the limit, taking in consideration that typically each service takes an hour.

Consulting what you want to change about your look, getting washed, and settled in takes another 15 minutes…

So to make our future haircuts that tiny bit less uncomfortable, we gave in and asked the specialist team at Taylor Taylor London to answer all the awkward haircut-related questions we’ve been too scared to ask. It’s definitely awkward [if they’re open].’ ‘It’s perfectly OK, we will give you a little shake when we’re finished (no snoring, though).’ ‘We don’t think you’re cheap but remember we wouldn’t recommend it unless we really think you need it – treat yourself and and your hair! We talk all day so it’s as much of a break for us as it is for you.’ THANK THE LORD. ’ ‘It’s only rude if it affects your haircut or appointment time – if it doesn’t affect our work it doesn’t affect our opinion.’ ‘Honey!

It’s always better to talk about it; you’d be surprised to know that sometimes it’s a very simple thing to fix.’ ‘Tangled is okay, depending on your definition of tangled…

at that point it has run into 30 minutes of your appointment time.

Stenson: If a client is over 30 minutes late, it’s hard to keep the client experience at an acceptable level, so it’s best that the appointment is rescheduled. Abrio: If a client is running late they should call at least 30 minutes before their appointment time.

Dreadlocks are not acceptable.’ ‘Sod’s law – it happens to us all but don’t cancel your appointment you’ll regret it in a week.’ ‘So you feel even more amazing when we’ve finished.’ ‘Everyone is allowed to make a mistake, make the same mistake again though and we might start judging.’ Harsh, but fair.

In the 385th episode of TSPS, we continue with Apocalypse’s latest apartment list and try to convince a few landlords that I’ve invented a perpetual motion machine. Prepare for an hour of talking to apartment managers and killing just a small percentage of lawns, not the entire thing.

Don't think you can get away with a video chat either.

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Today’s show was fully funded, written, produced, and directed by Richard K.