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We provide a one-stop-shop giving our customers a place to find information on your company. For many of you, it is a picture that will look familiar; a picture that describes the humiliation and fury millions of black women feel on a regular basis all across America. Finally, you’re taken to the shampoo bowl, where you wait some more. Now you’re more than just anxious; now you’re angry. Just when you’re about to lose it, you get called over to the stylist’s chair. You’re infuriated, disgusted and, above all, disappointed. They get into hair as a youngster and fall right into the disrespectful habits of those before them—and stay there. until it became a part of their makeup that they be there waiting for their clients, not the other way around.According to Diaz's friends, who were in the vehicle at the time of the incident, the 22-year-old had received incorrect directions from a GPS device which led him to Sailors' driveway, the Atlantic Journal-Constitution reports. Sailors' attorney, Michael Puglise, tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he was home with his wife late at night, and assumed the young man arrived to commit a home invasion.

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- A 69-year-old suburban Atlanta man faces a murder charge after authorities say he shot and killed a 22-year-old man who had mistakenly driven into his driveway.

An arrest warrant states that Rodrigo Abad Diaz of Duluth, Ga., was fatally shot in the head Saturday as he tried to drive away from Phillip Sailors' home in Lilburn, northeast of Atlanta.

All the while, you listen to inane conversation not fit for public consumption. You wonder where you fit in, whether you’ve been bypassed for someone with an appointment after yours. We can establish professional standards that make the salon an oasis and not a place of discomfort and frustration. But how, when most stylists never worked in a “real” job where they were required to be on time, dress professionally, conduct business in a respectful manner?

Then you sit and watch client after client go to your stylist’s chair to be serviced.