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Feb 10th 2011 12:11PM I not only remember I tried it and you should have seen the look on my Mom's face when she walked in and saw my brother with iron in hand my hair across the ironing board and a dish towel over it so not to burn my hair. That was 1964...Thought my Mom was going to faint. That did not stop me trying.....I finally found something that worked about 7 yrs ago but it was funny at the time tho do not think Mom thought it was funny at the time.
Feb 10th 2011 11:59AM I spent my life trying to straighten my hair. About 7 years ago I hit on something that works for me and does not damage my hair. I have been a hairdresser since 1972 and have tried most of the things all of you have spoken of with awful results that took months to fix. Finally I happened on a product that helped so much. I wash and condition my hair to add moisture and minimise frizz then let it dry partially and finish the drying with a brush. I then spray my hair with a moderate amount with Beyond the Zone for use with flat irons. I use a flat iron that is only 200 degrees. I section my hair and use the flat iron adding a little spray if that section needs it. My hair comes out soft shiney looks natural not greasy and will last til the next shampoo. Cost of product is under $7.00 with tax at any Sally Beauty Supply no license required to purchace and a bottle will last me about 2 months. I have never been happier with my hair. Just make sure not to over apply the spray you can always add if needed and take your time and use a low temp flat iron. I have fine hair so you may have to work with it a little to find the right amount for you but it is cost effective and gives a salon look every time.
Feb 1st 2011 9:56AM Considering all the health problems he has had for a very long time he has managed to make something of his life. Most people with those problems would have just staid at home and not try to do anything special. You may not like his lifestyle but he has handled his health problems with style and grace. Hope he is able to get back to what he loves to do. Best wishes Bret...
Dec 7th 2010 6:12AM my favorite show did not make the list but no matter it will be on for another season. Sons of Anarchy. I love the story line the characters and the guys and women who play the parts. They are believable. As the ex wife of a patch Outlaw this show is as close at tv can get to the life in a club. Been a biker babe or bi..h since 1967 I know club life and what it means and I will watch SOA as long as they continue to show it. I was a big fan of The Shield but this is far and above the best FX show they have made..... hdrose
Nov 5th 2010 9:18AM I miss the good old days when whoever had the most points at the end of the season won the title. Now when they get to the last 10 races you can already figure who is going to win. I have totally lost interest in watching it anymore. I am going back to drag racing.
Oct 7th 2010 7:06AM I got my first tattoo at age 25. I only have 1 that I do not like but I knew going in that these were for til death do we part. That was 1978. My last 2 tats were memory tats. A broken heart with tear drops after the unexpected death of my husband and and black roses below to catch those tear drops. When I got my first tattoo women did not generally get them except someone like me who happened to married at that time to a patch club member. Mine are not offensive. They are mostly roses and butterflies and the memory ones I mentioned. I love them and have had them so long they have become a part of me. All I can say is if you are getting a tat make sure it is something you can live with for your lifetime not just cuz it happens to be the style of the moment. So think before you ink.
Oct 5th 2010 8:37AM Sam Elliot has the best voice ever. I know that voice anywhere even in commercials. I will watch anything that he is in even if I do not like the show just for that voice. I am not someone who follows or gets crazy over actors but I do love that voice.
Sep 6th 2010 1:16PM Favorite show. It is definately toned down for TV. The viewing public is not ready for the real club life. Those of you out there who are hard core or have been property of someone who is gets it. Nothing makes my heart race like the sound and feel of a Harley. Been around it since 1968 and nothing is better than the brotherhood that is shared. But bring on SOA it is the next best thing as you can do for tv. I will keep watching if you keep making the show. Weekend warriors not included. You may love your Harley but you do not get the lifestyle that goes with it.
Sep 6th 2010 1:03PM Yes my favorite show. It is a biker friendly show. I am sure it was cleaned up for TV. The viewing public is not ready for what hard core clubs are really like. If you belong to a hard core club or have been property of someone who is then you know this is toned down. But nothing makes my heart race like the sound of a real Harley and the men who ride them for real not weekend warriors. So bring on the new season I am ready for SOA. Any true hard core biker out there knows what I mean.
Aug 8th 2010 2:39PM have known HA since age 15 in the 1960s and anything but a Harley is not acceptable any time any way any reason. No HA would allow it or tolerate it. This is based on 40 plus years of knowing them. This article was a disrepectable joke to HAs everywhere. Glad I did not write this crap. I would hide if I was you bud. Can you say bullseye?