BOSTON — The salon owner has a problem: the customers are not very nice.

That’s not just a problem for people who have been in the business for years.

It’s also a problem when you consider that the customer base includes some of the most highly-rated individuals in the country, and that many of those are women.

But the problem for the owner is not so much the people who visit his shop but the ones who don’t, he said.

The problem is that many are not the right kind of people, he says.

The problem is in the people that you don’t want to see.

“People don’t like the customers, but they don’t understand why,” said John R. Taggart, owner of the prestigious Taggarts Salon in Brighton.

“The reason they don.

They don’t know why.

They just don’t seem like the kind of person who wants to be there.

And that’s not fair.”

I don’t think there’s a question that this place needs to be closed down, said Taggarth, who has been working in the beauty business for more than 30 years.

And the reason why I can tell you that is because I work with women who are really nice, and I see them coming in and out of this place, and they don.

“The problem with this salon is that it’s not about being nice to customers.

It is about being a place where the owner can make a lot of money.

And that, he believes, is the reason he closed the place.

When the Taggars opened their first salon in Boston in 1994, the first customers came in through the door.

They came from out of town and said they loved this place and that they were so glad they had come to the salon.

But as time went on, customers began to come in through their doors.

“I know how I get customers. “

I know what I do,” Taggards owner said.

“I know how I get customers.

I don’t make a ton of money, but I can afford to do what I want to do.

And I do it well.

So it’s been a very good career for me.”

But when Taggard opened his second salon in 2003, he closed it because he could not attract the kind