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Mother sacked from job because of tattoos

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#31    sam12six


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Posted 16 June 2013 - 05:37 PM

View PostBig Jim, on 11 June 2013 - 07:04 PM, said:

You already make choices like this every day.  We all do.  Without thinking about it we tend to go where we feel comfortable.  We certainly return to places where we feel comfortable and avoid places where we do not.  While we may belittle others over what affects their comfort level I'm sure our own preferences would seem just as silly to them.  That's what makes comfort such a personal thing.  It's often undefinable, more just a feeling or a certain aura about a place that influences our choice.  It should therefore be up to the individual business owner to determine the atmosphere in his own place.  We can't begin to regulate what would appeal to all, in fact, sometimes the appeal of a place is based on its lack of appeal to the masses.


It's funny. When I was in college I was cruising down the road and noticed a bar that I'd never noticed before. I made a note to self to visit there if I ever got really bored (I never did, and pretty much forgot about the whole thing).

Months later, some friends and I are heading out to find somewhere to kick it for the night when we happen to pass that bar. A buddy says, "What about that place?", and another says, "Are you crazy?!? We'd probably get stabbed in there! That looks like somewhere sam would fit in..."

Personal taste, whatyagonnado?

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Posted 19 June 2013 - 09:49 AM

View Postlittle_dreamer, on 16 June 2013 - 12:42 PM, said:

Her employer might have chosen to get rid of her for other reasons, and the tattoo was a convenient excuse.

Yep, I believe so too.  Tats have become pretty trendy these days.  A lot of sportsmen have them. Movies stars don't, probably because they're a hindrance when acting in specific roles.

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