HAIR CONSULTANT DONNA CRITICIZED
Boki Calls Her a "Do-Nothing Hair Consultant"
September 13, 2002
MANITOU SPRINGS, CO -- The honeymoon is over for Hair Consultant Donna Ward.
At a press conference yesterday at
Spice of Life Café in
Boki Evans publicly blasted Donna Ward when he labeled her
a "Do-Nothing Hair Consultant" and criticized her for doing so
little for Steve's hair during her term in office.
"Has Donna done anything tangible or relevant since becoming
Hair Consultant (in April)?" asked Boki, "The truth is, she hasn't.
She's a Do-Nothing Hair Consultant, that's what she is."
Boki, who narrowly lost to Donna in the April 2002 election,
was very forthcoming in his criticism of Ward. "I'm just asking
for information. What has she done since being elected?
... Besides giving Steve food that's unhealthy,
she's done nothing else. It's a travesty to me."
Visiting family in Bolivia, Donna was not available for comment.
A case could be made that Donna has not
done much during her term. In fact, according to Steve,
Donna has rarely given advice about his hair and Steve has sought out
other friends to receive the TLC that his hair deserves. In June,
local friend Erica Putnam washed his hair with high
quality conditioner. Other friends like Jae S. combed
out his hair to see how long it was and assessed split-end damage.
Also, in late July, his friend Marie (known as Dances With Butterflies
on the Friendship Board) generously
gave free samples of natural shampoo and conditioner.
Donna's laid back approach is beginning to wear on the patience
of the ColoradoGuy community and some Manitou locals are beginning to question
her overall competence as Hair Consultant.
Erica Putnam complained, "Your hair looks so dry. What is your Hair
Consultant doing? You need someone to hold you a lot more accountable with your hair, Steve."
The position of Hair Consultant was created in 1998 to
help Steve have one "go-to person" who would help him grow his
hair as quickly as possible along with assisting in whatever issues arise
with taking care of his long, naturally curly hair. Since then, Steve
has had nine Hair Consultants, and only two have finished their terms without being fired.
"All I've ever wanted is someone to help me grow my hair long
and do the right things so it looks good. Is that too much to ask?"
said Steve, who wore his hair in an abysmal-looking pony tail.
"It's premature to say I'll fire Donna, but I'm not happy. That's for sure."
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