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Bankrupt: Bad Hair DayBad Hair Day (2004)
Reviewer Rating: 1
Contributed by: AnchorsAnchors
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I've really always wanted to own my own restaurant. I've yet to determine what type of establishment would best suit me -- probably a pizza place, but nonetheless some sort of restaurant. I'm not typically good with money, decoration decisions, or many of the other things that come along with being .
I've really always wanted to own my own restaurant. I've yet to determine what type of establishment would best suit me -- probably a pizza place, but nonetheless some sort of restaurant. I'm not typically good with money, decoration decisions, or many of the other things that come along with being an entrepreneur, yet the idea just won't leave my head. However, I know myself pretty well, and thus, this will probably never actually come to fruition. Why not? Simple: The prospect of bankruptcy. Something like 80% of small businesses fail within the first year, with bankruptcy being one of the leading causes. Well, businesses aren't the only entity that can go bankrupt, as many a band have proved. The band Bankrupt certainly continue that tradition, and really do exemplify their namesake.
And now I know humiliation's / Never felt so good, so please...be strict / With the slave you employ / â??Cos you're my lady lady Latex / and I'm your bondage boy.I'd find those lyrics to be funny in one of two contexts: coming out of the mouth of Bob Barker, or at a Stephen Lynch show. Three guys from Europe? Better luck next time. I'll leave with a quote that applies to this record better than what I can say; as a good cook will always tell you, "A cookbook is only as good as its worst recipe."
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