I’m sorry, do you have an appointment? What do you even SAY after something like that? “So, do you just get a little off the top?”
Obviously this was NOT your average trip to the salon.
Picture it. You’re sitting in the chair, with that apron snug against your neck, focused on whether the person cutting your hair is getting it the way you like it or not, and … BOOM!
Out of nowhere, an 8-Point buck comes crashing through the plate-glass window onto the floor just beside you.
Like the old joke says, it wouldn’t even MATTER if you were wearing clean underwear, because first you’d SAY it, and then you’d DO it.
The antlered buck sent shards of glass flying when it suddenly leaped into the Bea.you.tiful Hair Salon in Lake Ronkonkoma Saturday around 12:30 pm., according to footage posted by the business.
“Oh my God, oh my God,” shrieked a hairdresser who had been snipping a client’s hair.
A woman waiting on a white couch near the window had a mirror knocked out of her hand by the buck and shot up to get out of the animal’s way. She and the hairdresser then hid behind the front desk.
In an almost comic ending to the incident, the buck got tangled in the cord of a hair straightener and carried it along with him.
If a person looked to Scripture and paid particular attention to the passages within the Bible that address the topic of hunting, then they’d walk away thinking not only is hunting animals tolerated but it is endorsed by God. And that’s exactly what this little book is about: proving that God, from Genesis to Revelation, is extremely cool with hunters and hunting. I’ll go out on a biblical limb and claim right off the bat that you cannot show me, through the balance of the Bible, that the God of the Scripture is against the responsible killing and the grilling of the animals He created. ~Doug Giles
In his killer new book RISE, KILL & EAT: A Theology of Hunting From Genesis to Revelation Doug carries on with his courageous war against the lunatic fringe who dare recommend Bambi solutions to the annual production of edible wildlife. –Ted Nugent