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  1. #1
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    THE HAIRCUT

    > A guy stuck his head into a barbershop and asked, 'How
    > long before I can get a haircut?
    >
    > The barber looked around the shop full of customers
    > and said, 'About 2 hours.'
    >
    > The guy left.
    >
    > A few days later, the same guy stuck his head in the
    > door and asked, 'How long before I can get a haircut?'
    >
    > The barber looked around at the shop and said, 'About
    > 3 hours.'
    >
    > The guy left.
    >
    > A week later, the same guy stuck his head in the shop
    > and asked, 'How long before I can get a haircut?
    >
    > The barber looked around the shop and said, 'About an
    > hour and a half .
    >
    > The guy left.
    >
    > The barber turned to his friend and said, 'Hey, Bob,
    > do me a favor , follow him and see where he goes. He keeps
    > asking how long he has to wait for a haircut, but he never
    > comes back.'
    > A little while later, Bob returned to the shop,
    > laughing hysterically.
    >
    >
    > The barber asked, 'So, where does he go when he
    > leaves?'
    >
    > Bob looked up, wiped the tears from his eyes and
    > said,
    >
    > 'Your house!'

  2. #2
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    good one!

  3. #3
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    Here's another one. In the late 60s my first job was "shoe shine boy" at a barber shop.
    The how long was the first thing you heard from someone showing up. My job was "shine your shoes while you wait". Worked on tips and the barber always had a few bucks for me. A $30 dollar day at 10 years old in 1968 tax free, anybody know what that would be today? Of course I always new how long the shine would take.

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    According to this calculator, $30 = $192.64.

    http://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm
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    Thanks, that is a cool calculator, looks like its all been down hill.
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