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2011 December 26 - 12:00 am
Around lunchtime on a Tuesday, a spectacled barber named James Hargrove invited a regular client, Anthony Hardwrich, into his shop for a haircut. With an already close-shaven look, Hardwrich only wanted a trim, something to tidy himself up before going home for Thanksgiving. So Hargrove picked up the clippers and a brush and buzzed over the contours of Hardwrich’s head. Later, he shaved the edges of Hardwrich’s thin goatee.

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