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I find it more frustrating that Netflix search engines are so limited. I would like to search for documentaries by topic, for example. I also find it frustrating that so many movies are only available on order instead of Instant Watch. I'm also not crazy about the movies that are recommended for me. I wonder how these ...more
I once thought of getting one on my back (shoulder area) but refused when I realized they couldn't do the kind of work I wanted in the size specified. One thing I notice is that most tattoo artists can only do "stock" pictures. Only a few are true artists.
Also, I wonder why get them when you are young? Wait till y...more
They are not a problem for you SO far. That you KNOW of.
Yes. older employees who need hearing aids are a pain in the rear. But strangely enough, they are far more likely to elicit sympathy than some numb-nuts 28 year old who keeps getting inked in spite of the fact that they don't have any savings or a decent sala...more
Nope. If you put it there yourself then I can't look past your appearance. You want to decorate yourself up like a Christmas package and then have people ignore the fact that the pictures are there? How stupid is that? Whatever you look like will have a LIFELONG effect on your life. It is sad that this includes things ...more
Besides, no one said you can't have them. You can light yourself on fire if you want and no one is going to stop you. The point is people are going to judge you for what you do. And you can't stop us either. So grow up and stop having a fit about it.
We have a constitution that allows many freedoms, but that includes the freedom of others to judge you. It also includes the freedom of employers to tell you what they want you to wear on the job. And if they insist and you don't like their rules, it includes your freedom to work for someone else. Freedom is a two way ...more
It's got nothing to do with your morals and everything to do with your self-esteem, IMO. And here's another thing: body art IS a form of self-expression and it ties you down because it is quite difficult to remove. I would hesitate to put a political bumper sticker on my car because I don't want it to be keyed by someo...more
Look, as a humorless 52 year old former supervisor I have my opinions. While I am sure that having lots of cool tattoos goes over well with the arty set, employers at head shops and so on, they are not a sign of hirability at any major corporate employer. When I see lots of tattoos and piercings, I just ask myself one ...more
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