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Pelosi used shuttered San Francisco hair salon for blow-out, owner calls it ‘slap in the face’ | 

“I was like, are you kidding me right now? Do I let this happen? What do I do?” Kious told Fox News, while noting that she “can’t control” what her stylists do if they rent chairs from her, as “they’re not paying” at this time.

Kious cast Pelosi’s visit as a double standard.

“It was a slap in the face that she went in, you know, that she feels that she can just go and get her stuff done while no one else can go in, and I can’t work,” Kious told Fox News, adding that she “can’t believe” the speaker didn’t have a mask on.

“We’re supposed to look up to this woman, right?” Kious said. “It is just disturbing.”

Kious said Pelosi received a wash and a blow-dry, but told Fox News that “you’re not supposed to blow dry hair” according to coronavirus safety precautions for hair salons.

“We have been shut down for so long, not just me, but most of the small businesses and I just can’t – it’s a feeling – a feeling of being deflated, helpless and honestly beaten down,” Kious said.

“I have been fighting for six months for a business that took me 12 years to build to reopen,” she explained. “I am a single mom, I have two small children, and I have no income.”

She added: “The fact that they did this, and she came in, it’s like a slap in the face.”

I’ll second that slap in the face but to Pelosi, and a slap after that, and after that… [Copy and Paste Until Buffer Is Full.]

UPDATE!

Pelosi claims she was set up

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  • DrTedNelson September 1, 2020, 3:06 PM

    Nancy Antoinette has some explaining to do.

  • Senhorbotero September 1, 2020, 3:25 PM

    Pelosi, that is one sick wench. I used to think she was under the spell of Satan but now I think she is Satan.

  • PA Cat September 1, 2020, 3:41 PM

    Did Pelosi pay the stylist with a pint of her fancy gourmet ice cream? And did the stylist use a special scented shampoo to make the Nanny Goat’s hair irresistible to Biden?

    As always with the Dems, Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi.

  • jwm September 1, 2020, 3:43 PM

    Simple:
    Pelosi is entitled. You are not. Clear enough?

    JWM

  • Bobby September 1, 2020, 3:59 PM

    Whenever I think of Nan P (not often and only with a maximum of derision), in my mind I refer to her as “Tits McGee”. It helps me to my Zen place. Thank you Ron Burgundy.

  • ambiguousfrog September 1, 2020, 4:22 PM

    “We’re supposed to look up to this woman, right?” That’s your first mistake. The ruling class is to be despised. They’re parasites and deviants. They’re to be ridiculed and mocked. They can froad.

  • Kevin in PA September 1, 2020, 4:54 PM

    ambiguous frog,
    I am with you 100%.
    She should have refused service to the wretch.

    In needs to get into the American psyche that these pols need to be despised and view with contempt and in many cases shunning would be appropriate.

  • Phil in Englewood September 1, 2020, 4:59 PM

    This is what is going on:
    “Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.”

    ― Theodore Dalrymple

  • ghostsniper September 1, 2020, 6:20 PM

    Hardly anyone even comes close to despising pelosi like I do, but I’m having a problem understanding why her giving business to someone that desperately needs it is a bad thing.

    Is it because the gov’t says all the slaves are supposed to wear masks but the american royalty are not?
    So effen what? Business is business, and coin is coin, and everybody needs it.
    Don’t let politics interfere with your business. Ever.
    In fact, avoid the politics as much as possible when it comes to your business.

    Now, I don’t know why pelosi chose this woman over others to service her, but if she had chosen me I would have upped my fees considerably, maybe even punishingly.

    After pondering it some more, I’m betting this person is pelosi’s regular hair person but for some reason is virtue signaling.

    Regardless, the hair ho should be thanking her lucky stars that she got the opportunity to earn some mullah. She should have thanked pelosi for her business and told her to tell all her friends and family to come on in for all their hair needs.

  • ghostsniper September 1, 2020, 6:34 PM

    One more thing. This just occurred to me. I have a client that I’ve done business with for more than 20 years and I’ve made probably over $100k off of him. Maybe $200k. In all of that time we have never discussed politics. Not at all. Through his other personality traits I assumed he was conservative. Well conservative does NOT mean republican.

    A few days ago, out of nowhere, that guy sent me an email and he went up one side and down the other about Trump. I was gobsmacked. He said nothing about business in that email. He even went so far as to say he thought Trump was my guy and he just can’t understand how I can be for such a despicable person. He went on and on about this and it was like reading a version of a new york fucking times article, cept worse. He basically set me back on my heels.

    The next day I replied to his email and told him that I don’t know why he dumped that on me like that and I don’t appreciate him doing so. I said that I thought we had a good working relationship and I don’t know why politics has to enter into it. I didn’t aim to cross swards with him but I did want to make him feel a little bit guilty. This happened about 3 days ago and he hasn’t replied back to me. Now, 3 days later, I don’t think I want him to reply back.

    I am rightly offended that he converted our business relationship to a political one and didn’t give one damn about it. But isn’t that just like a communist to do such a thing? He has big money and he can buy another architect. But after 20+ years I presumed we had developed a relationship that stood the test of time. My mindset now is that I probably won’t do business with him again not even if he apologizes. He has played all his cards and I have moved on. I’m decent to everybody and probably more so than the average person, but you only get one chance to fuck me and if you do, well, we’re done. I have another side and you don’t want to stir it up.

  • BlogDog September 1, 2020, 6:51 PM

    I’d pay good money to watch someone slap the Botox out of her.

  • jwm September 1, 2020, 9:32 PM

    @ Ghostsniper:
    I had something similar happen. For the last couple of years I’ve been trading notes about my web project with a guy who founded one the big art festivals here in So Cal. Like all lefties he doesn’t think twice about injecting his politics into damn near everything. I just ignored it. But some days ago he sent me some ridiculously toxic anti-Trump diatribe. It probably never crossed his mind that anyone wouldn’t be on the same page. I quietly unlocked the flamethrower from under the keyboard, got ready to give his presumptuous ass both barrels. But it would have meant burning a bridge that one day I might want to cross. Not for my sake, but for the Project. I still carry some hope for that, and I don’t want to kill the slim chance of a harvest by indiscriminately yanking up weeds.

    JWM

  • M. Murcek September 2, 2020, 2:58 AM

    Nothing makes me laugh quite like one of those pictures of Maggie whacking Jeeves over the head with an umbrella while shouting “Insect!”

  • Neil September 2, 2020, 3:34 AM

    Like this is the first time since March.

  • Dave J September 2, 2020, 5:36 AM

    My read is that the owner of the salon was not consulted. Why did SanFranNan not arrange for the “stylist” to come to her residence instead of using the closed place of business?

  • Gordon Scott September 2, 2020, 6:35 AM

    Pelosi went to the salon because the salon has a hair washing station and the chairs for the stylist to work effectively. Plus she never considered that she’d be called out on it.

    Ghost, the haircut was done by a gal who leases the chair from the owner. By the terms the stylist had the right to do what she did. The owner is angry because none of the stylists are paying their leases right now, and she herself cannot cut hair without risking her license. As we have seen in other places, leftist city and state governments are perfectly willing to fine and cancel licenses in retaliation for defiance.

    I appreciate your difficulties when a client introduces politics. I grew up in a town that was nominally majority Democrat, but none of those today would vote for Biden. Half of the professors at the local college were Republican, or nearly half. Politics was kept out of business. It had to be for my family as we owned the newspaper. Every business in town was a customer, and we didn’t offend.

    Now I live in a town that’s 80/20 Democrat, and they tend to be on the left end of things. I’ll be at a social gathering and people will say the most outrageous things, assuming I agree with the narrative. I can shoot them down–I have–but I tend to do so less these days. They don’t learn from the experience. Sometimes, a sharp “can we leave out the politics” will get a useful response. Minnesotans tend to be polite in instinct, if not in practice, and such a reminder will often trigger chagrin. That’s something, at least.

  • Bill Henry September 2, 2020, 7:35 AM

    ghost…

    My doctor of almost 20 years did the exact same thing on my annual visit.

    Scolded me for not wearing a mask… then proceeded to tell me that the peaceful protesters did not spread covid because they all wore masks.. unlike the Trump rally where the attendees spread covid by not wearing masks..

    I was shocked that he would be so unprofessional.. We always talk about girlfriends.. wives.. kids.. etc..but never politics.. I always assumed he was left and I am pretty sure he knows I am right, because – homeschooling kids, small business owner, farmer, car guy etc..

    I finally had to tell him.. doc.. just finish the physical please.. the room got cold, we spoke only in response to inputs.. our relationship is gone..

    I am finding a new doctor…

  • ghostsniper September 2, 2020, 8:24 AM

    There’s got to be a common denominator in all of this. There just hasta be.
    To me, some of these folks are just plain out of their minds and I just can’t figure it out.
    Frankly, I spend way too much time thinking about this stuff but I am strangely attracted to it.

    Like in Bill’s example above. Why did that doctor come out of left field like that when there was no reason to do so? He has now lost a customer, and what for? Airing his grievance? I hope he enjoys what he reaped. He’ll likely reap more. But right there, that very thing. What snapped in that doods tree to compel him to do that? Same with my client of 20 years. Why? I don’t get it. Seems I’m more baffled at the act itself rather than the substance of the act.

  • Dan September 2, 2020, 8:39 AM

    What bothers me is why we on the right are concerned with losing a customer or a friendship the left has no such worry. The wife’s daughter and my daughter have both disowned us due to political differences. We’re willing to look past the politics and enjoy their company. But they aren’t. What is it with the left that they are so all consumed by politics and telling others how to live?

  • Harry September 2, 2020, 9:02 AM

    Ghost, Bill, JWM,
    I recall three instances during the Bush II years when acquaintances, in what began as casual conversations went off on extended, unhinged, foaming-at-the-mouth anti-Bush rants. I’ve never known how to deal with insanity, so I listened for a bit and then excused myself. Trump Derangement Syndrome though is Bush Derangement Syndrome cubed. So far I haven’t had any business relationships succumb to the derangement in my presence, but some personal relationships have suffered. I can deal with losing friends better than I can deal with appeasing insanity.

  • jwm September 2, 2020, 9:07 AM

    @ Dan:
    “We on the right” believe that politics is politics, a discussion of how to best order society. For the left politics occupies the vacuum that is rightfully filled by Faith. For the left, politics is the measure of Good and Evil. Morality is weighed in the balance of their political scales, and “Woke” is the path to worldly salvation. For the left, the political divide separates the sheep and the goats. The Good are on one side; the Evil on the other.

    JWM

  • azlibertarian September 2, 2020, 5:39 PM

    @Harry
    …So far I haven’t had any business relationships succumb to the derangement in my presence…

    I’ll tell you of a business relationship that has succumbed to this derangement….my own.

    As I’ve said here elsewhere, I am an airline pilot of one of the 4 big carriers. I have always recognized that I am in a service industry and that my passengers have a choice in who they travel with. I have looked at being the best airline pilot I can be as in my self-interest….if I can make for a happy customer, then they’re more likely to come back and my employment and my retirement will be that much more secure. As a guy who flies our biggest airplane on our longest routes, I see my company’s most valuable customers…the best of our best. And up until recently, I have taken the trouble to go back into the cabin to personally greet these customers with a quick word to welcome them on board and to let them know how much I appreciate their business with us.

    No more.

    And here’s why: My company has taken a nose-dive into the deep-end of the Black Lives Matter movement. Imagine the NBA as an airline. I cannot begin to tell you how livid that has made me. If I were one of our bigger customers, I’d be looking for a way to exit. As an employee who works in a seniority-based industry, I can’t do that, but what I can do is to back off my enthusiasm for what I do. I will no longer go out of my way to be an excellent employee, and will finish my remaining days doing what I am expected to do, but no more.

  • ghostsniper September 2, 2020, 5:49 PM

    @Dan, it’s not “worry”, but rather disappointment. It was a long and decent business relationship and I didn’t see that disappointment coming. Also, I don’t know why he unloaded on me like that cause I don’t vote and have never implied any preference for dem or rep. So yeah, it came out of left field and I was surprised.

  • Anonymous September 4, 2020, 1:25 AM

    “…but I’m having a problem understanding why her giving business to someone that desperately needs it is a bad thing.”

    Said the NBA to the PRC, WAPO to Jeff Bezos…ghostsnippet, you madam are an asshole.

  • Anonymous September 4, 2020, 1:52 AM

    Toastgriper: and another thing. Heed the words of none other than Zman:

    “Culture is the hand; economics is the tool.”

    You pathetic phony little weasel. We all know you’re just an Antifa wannabe but lack the spine to slither up to their dirt down level. Let’s talk about your Never Trumpism back in 2016, shall we?

  • Anonymous September 4, 2020, 1:58 AM

    Pompom girl for the Chamber of Commerce too? Tell us about those autographed portraits of John McCain and David French you have on your wall, closet globohomo.

  • ghostsniper September 4, 2020, 5:00 AM

    The tranny pedo is back.
    Break out the shotguns!

  • tim September 4, 2020, 6:01 AM

    Well well, I’m officially intrigued…

  • Gordon Scott September 4, 2020, 8:33 AM

    Dang. That’s some solid Grade C trolling right there. I’m jealous. Hmmm . . . waitaminit . . . dang it, I’d say Ghost was trolling himself, just for the fun of it. But “globohomo” seems like it’s not a term Ghost would generate.

    There really isn’t much trolling around here. There’s disagreements. Shoot, I’ve accused Ghostsniper of at least a half dozen incorrect things myself. But “autographed picture of David French?” To quote James Coburn’s character in Payback, “That’s just mean!”

    https://youtu.be/XwJgd-zE4L4

  • Anne September 4, 2020, 8:37 AM

    Several thoughts:
    1. To answer the question why the left seems to BLURT OUT these outrageous ideas. A good psychologist with some background in speech pathology I believe would tell you that it is because the speaker is responding to some inner confusion/guilt that they are unable to get clear in their own minds. In short, it is a knee jerk self defense mechanism. See Dalrymple quote above and add the speech pathology (blurting) .
    2. They are seeing what we see and those who are well read do understand what’s happening it’s just that their channel of information has been from corrupted sources for so long that when they try to confirm what it is they are seeing they have no reference point, i.e. Fox news is now gone also.
    3. With regards to Pelosi. I believe it was a male (homosexual?) hair stylist that actually did the work.
    4. FWIW: for many years hairdressers both here and abroad drove to the client’s house and brought with them a hair board which would fit in any kitchen sink–this allows the hair to stay separate from the sink and be washed with a hose which the beautician also brought with her. It would fit any kitchen faucet. There was a neck brace that would comfort the neck in the space between the top of any chair and the sink. The chair of course was dragged from the kitchen or dining room table to the kitchen sink. I knew women who did this for years and do not understand why the younger generation seems to have no knowledge of this tradition.
    5. With regards to Pelosi–words cannot describe . . .

  • talgus September 4, 2020, 9:59 AM

    far too many politicians (and wantabes), who continue to be employed and collect paychecks, are using the law (and their POWER) to deprive their constituents of the right to make a living. every wealth generating job is ESSENTIAL. time to enshrine this in the disaster laws of every state. texas is 418 and it needs to be changed. written for tornadoes and hurricanes, not pandemics

  • Anne September 4, 2020, 11:32 AM

    I forgot to add the important part as to why (item #1). The only why that I can think of that explains the outrage and confusion expressed by thoughtful liberals is this: they are not aware that they have been brainwashed and inducted into a cult. The leadership has for years known how to induct people into a cult. When today’s educated liberals start screaming in confused outrage it is because they are trying to break away from a cult without a third party support guidance system. FWIW. If you go back and check the Library of Congress records and do a search for the congressional investigations into communism/marxism you will find that Congress did in fact hold congressional hearings on these techniques. Those hearings and investigations were held in the years 1937-1939. Look it up!

  • ghostsniper September 4, 2020, 12:25 PM

    3. With regards to Pelosi. I believe it was a male (homosexual?) hair stylist that actually did the work.
    ========
    He accidently pulled her hair and she reactively called him, “Daddy!”

  • wmprof September 4, 2020, 4:35 PM

    Thanks JWM for bringing clarity.

    “For the left politics occupies the vacuum that is rightfully filled by Faith.”

    Spot on. Zealots