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#2 - think about it like this, the tooth could be causing the tiger…  [+] (1 new reply) 2 hours ago on I'm amazed 0
#4 - phynight (41 minutes ago) [-]
Don't forget that they probably administered a fair amount of local anesthetic, just like they do to us.
#4 - AMerican version is cringey as **** with those an… 3 hours ago on MXC's Top 25 Replays of... -1
#20 - As a Welshman I wish Scotland got independence just so it show… 4 hours ago on No -1
#37 - And if you could you would become even worse off than you are now. 4 hours ago on Shitebags...shitebags... 0
#45 - But they wouldn't have any of the BBC channels.... 7 hours ago on Scottish TV if they vote yes.. 0
#56 - I did. 23 hours ago on The saddest moment in... 0
#55 - Especially if you beat the dlc before killing Sif.  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on The saddest moment in... 0
User avatar #57 - egosumproxi (23 hours ago) [-]
That's what I meant. Changes Sif's intro for the boss fight.
#16 - Not a barrel roll.....  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on Do a barrel roll 0
User avatar #23 - talosknight (20 hours ago) [-]
Correct, that'd be an aileron roll.
#17 - And I hate to break it to you, but they really aren't, I had a…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2014 on No Job 0
#33 - StealerShock (09/18/2014) [-]
In which case I'd like to ask you where you are working, because that will give us both an idea of the different areas of life we are talking about. Every person I have spoken to about the matter has been some kind of CEO or partner of a high ranking city firm, be it metal trading, banking, insurance, or whatever. They have all said, without exception, that anyone with tattoos in visible places, or lots of piercings (or any piercings at all on a guy), would never be taken into a business meeting, and probably would be severely hindered in their progress when trying to reach above a certain level in the company. And they all said it was exactly the same in every other high-flying company they have ever worked with.

In fact, a few of the people said that people will just flat out not be hired, as the fact that they have visible tattoos, or stretchers, or anything like that, displays the wrong kind of image for the company.

You will probably find this to be the case in anywhere such as a bank; mid to high-end retail establishments like John Lewis or Selfridges; or an investment management firm such as the one my father currently works at. It's a simple, and very irritating, fact of life. But who know, it seems that as tattoos and piercings are becoming more common in our society, even these businesses may have to change their views eventually.
#9 - So tattoo's and piercings are untrustworthy now? I see no logi…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/18/2014 on No Job +2
#15 - StealerShock (09/18/2014) [-]
I hate to break it to you, but yeah, they are. I'm not saying it's right, I'm not saying it's fair. But it does mean that if I want to keep my options open for getting a high paying office job, or any job that requires interaction with a client outside of working in hot topic, I have to very carefully plan my tattoo locations.

I have tattoos, I will be getting more tattoos, but I will not be getting any below my elbows or above my collar-bones, because then I can hide them completely by wearing a shirt, thus allowing me to get through any interview without them showing.

While it may be illegal for someone to not give you a job based on your tattoos, gender, appearance, whatever, it still happens and it is up to you to avoid the circumstance; kind of like rape actually...
#17 - noonelikesdan (09/18/2014) [-]
And I hate to break it to you, but they really aren't, I had a word with my manager the other day about why he didn't hire this guy ( I have tat's and piercings in visible locations, but they're subtle, I'm also the senior of my department). I thought it was because the guy had less subtle tat's than me but apparently the guy was really unconvincing in the interview so the manager told him to get some interview practice in and come back with some more confidence. My manager is an awesome guy. That was completely off topic I know, but just that my place place of work decides to employ people who are skilled and confident no matter what they choose to decorate themselves with is really what every company should be doing.
#33 - StealerShock (09/18/2014) [-]
In which case I'd like to ask you where you are working, because that will give us both an idea of the different areas of life we are talking about. Every person I have spoken to about the matter has been some kind of CEO or partner of a high ranking city firm, be it metal trading, banking, insurance, or whatever. They have all said, without exception, that anyone with tattoos in visible places, or lots of piercings (or any piercings at all on a guy), would never be taken into a business meeting, and probably would be severely hindered in their progress when trying to reach above a certain level in the company. And they all said it was exactly the same in every other high-flying company they have ever worked with.

In fact, a few of the people said that people will just flat out not be hired, as the fact that they have visible tattoos, or stretchers, or anything like that, displays the wrong kind of image for the company.

You will probably find this to be the case in anywhere such as a bank; mid to high-end retail establishments like John Lewis or Selfridges; or an investment management firm such as the one my father currently works at. It's a simple, and very irritating, fact of life. But who know, it seems that as tattoos and piercings are becoming more common in our society, even these businesses may have to change their views eventually.
#10 - sgtxrootbeer (09/18/2014) [-]
its not, the problem is the stereotypes surrounding them (and they may be built upon truth) and the general public does believe those stereotypes, and if they see something untrustworthy (as you uselessly put it) or unable to think in the long run, then they can take their money elsewhere

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