Fast Freddy index climbs

Fast Freddy’s corte de pelo sets up around town wherever there’s cheap rent and people need cheap haircuts. The price moves up and down in accordance with the amount of money in clients’ pockets. When the economy’s poor, the price goes down. At its very lowest, it was at four dollars. At its very highest, it was at eight dollars, but that was a long time ago. It held steady at various times at five, six, and seven dollars. This weekend, coming and going from Sahara and Bride and Prejudice (both big-screen extravaganzas worth the bucks, by the way), I spied three freshly painted Freddy signs (it’s always hand-done work). The price is back up to the all-time high, standing at eight dollars once again. Fast Freddy obviously believes that the Austin economy is on the upswing.

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