tfreddy42

Dalton, GA

#102 Feb 14, 2013
And by the way I can not see my tattoos and I am not going to tell u where they are at. But if I did come in to your business and applied for a job u would not know that I had tattoos
small business owner

Carrollton, GA

#103 Feb 14, 2013
tfreddy42 wrote:
And by the way I can not see my tattoos and I am not going to tell u where they are at. But if I did come in to your business and applied for a job u would not know that I had tattoos
keep the trash covered up and there wont be a problem
tfreddy42

Dalton, GA

#104 Feb 14, 2013
small business owner wrote:
<quoted text>keep the trash covered up and there wont be a problem
let me tell u something my tattoos are not trash unlike u are trash if I was able to work it sure as hell would not be with u are your sorry as company it is people like u that give good business owners a bad name
Feeling Froggy

Springfield, VA

#105 Feb 16, 2013
small business owner wrote:
<quoted text>
keep the trash covered up and there wont be a problem
I have served three combat tours and recently elected to get a sleeve on my arm that honors my previous unit. I have my doubts that you would make your simple minded comments to my face, although I would welcome you to. Your mentality is a problem that should have dissolved years ago, likely along with your business. You judge people based on their outward appearances and not their works or their contributions to society. Not that you have some inherent right to judge others, but if you must, try basing your judgements on something of a little more substance. You may be enlightened.
LEFT OUT

Alpharetta, GA

#107 Feb 16, 2013
sammigirl wrote:
Do any of ya'll like to watch Swamp People? Jay Paul is tatted up! In the water wrestling an alligator! I just want to say that it is a personal choice. Ga. Law "Right to hire...right to fire"..what eva...NOT ALL companies discriminate against ink or piercing! Thank goodness!
So wrestling alligators proves courage or does it prove lack of intelligence. I do not understand what you are trying to say. A potential employer must make decisions based on what they know and see in an individual. I do not think that I would hire someone to work for me knowing that he had used such poor judgement as to wrestle an alligator just to receive money whether he had tattoos or not.
sammigirl

Cedartown, GA

#108 Feb 16, 2013
LEFT OUT wrote:
<quoted text>
So wrestling alligators proves courage or does it prove lack of intelligence. I do not understand what you are trying to say. A potential employer must make decisions based on what they know and see in an individual. I do not think that I would hire someone to work for me knowing that he had used such poor judgement as to wrestle an alligator just to receive money whether he had tattoos or not.
It is quite obvious that you don't understand! All kinds of people from all walks of life have tattoos. Sorry! I happen to love Swamp People!You have a right to your beliefs..but one day you maybe LEFT OUT on knowing a great person who happens to be tatted up! What a shame! peaceout sammigirl
LEFT OUT

Alpharetta, GA

#109 Feb 16, 2013
sammigirl wrote:
<quoted text> It is quite obvious that you don't understand! All kinds of people from all walks of life have tattoos. Sorry! I happen to love Swamp People!You have a right to your beliefs..but one day you maybe LEFT OUT on knowing a great person who happens to be tatted up! What a shame! peaceout sammigirl
Never said I was against tattoo's. I also am a fan of that show but you have to admit if he really jumped into the water with a live alligator he is not a well balanced human. My statements were about employers and how they choose who they want to hire. Please get as many tattoos as you want I do not want any!
Generic
#110 Feb 17, 2013
lashanka wrote:
IF I owned a business I would not hire people with visible tattoos.It just looks trashy.a name written on your neck or a picture on your arm is the sign of a trashy person
Really?...trashy? It is shallow and trashy to judge a person for the color of their skin...
Donnie

Buford, GA

#111 Feb 17, 2013
would you want someone waiting your table in a nice upscale restaurant with pictures drawn all over them,earrings hanging out of their nose,jet black long greasy hair and dreadlocks?I THINK NOT.. thats why you dont see upper scale stores with trashy looking cheap outer appearances.
Donnie

Buford, GA

#112 Feb 17, 2013
would you want someone waiting your table with their ass crack hanging out of their pants,and their dirty drawers and ass hanging out of their pants???? I didnt think so
Josh M

Springfield, VA

#113 Feb 17, 2013
Donnie wrote:
would you want someone waiting your table in a nice upscale restaurant with pictures drawn all over them,earrings hanging out of their nose,jet black long greasy hair and dreadlocks?I THINK NOT.. thats why you dont see upper scale stores with trashy looking cheap outer appearances.
Donnie, would you care if someone with several tattoos was defending your freedoms in a foreign country? Sacrifing time with their family and possibly their lives so that turds like you can post your ignorant opinions in public forums? Would you care if someone with tattoos was a police officer in your community? I'd bet that you wouldnt request another officer of one with tattoos had come to your aid...EMTs, Firefighters...would you make your same generalizations?
Huck1

United States

#114 Feb 17, 2013
I wanna know where these upscale restaurants are in tallapoosa??? Hahahahaha these rednecks don't know how to spell upscale.
sammigirl

Cedartown, GA

#115 Feb 17, 2013
LEFT OUT wrote:
<quoted text>
So wrestling alligators proves courage or does it prove lack of intelligence. I do not understand what you are trying to say. A potential employer must make decisions based on what they know and see in an individual. I do not think that I would hire someone to work for me knowing that he had used such poor judgement as to wrestle an alligator just to receive money whether he had tattoos or not.
I was simply stating Swamp People as an example. Meaning that people from all walks of life are tatted. Tattoos do not mean a person is not intelligent,dirty,drugs,whatev er. As far as Ron Paul (Swamp people) he happens to have a lot of experience in alligator hunting.It is a way of life for many. As you must know.A Lot of money in that! Imagine all the soldiers, nurses,doctors,police,firemen, teachers, actors,artist, musicians, that are tatted. Are you getting it? A personal choice. As for myself..No..I do not have tattoos. Maybe someday I will. peaceout sammigirl
sammigirl

Cedartown, GA

#116 Feb 17, 2013
P.S. So sorry you missed the new show of Swamp People. It was'nt like he was alone or without a weapon. There was a reason he jumped in to untangle the reptile! He then jumped back in boat and shot it! Shoot it! Shoot it! lol
LEFT OUT

Alpharetta, GA

#117 Feb 17, 2013
sammigirl wrote:
P.S. So sorry you missed the new show of Swamp People. It was'nt like he was alone or without a weapon. There was a reason he jumped in to untangle the reptile! He then jumped back in boat and shot it! Shoot it! Shoot it! lol
Didn't miss it chose not to believe it. The liability of the production company couldn't have allowed it.
sammigirl

Cedartown, GA

#118 Feb 17, 2013
LEFT OUT wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't miss it chose not to believe it. The liability of the production company couldn't have allowed it.
I like to be entertained! I find this entertaining! lol

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#119 Feb 17, 2013
Generic wrote:
<quoted text> Really?...trashy? It is shallow and trashy to judge a person for the color of their skin...
You do not have a choice on the skin color you were born with. A tattoo is a choice. And if you make that choice you have to know that some employers will choose not to hire you.
tfreddy42

Dalton, GA

#120 Feb 17, 2013
union thug wrote:
<quoted text>You do not have a choice on the skin color you were born with. A tattoo is a choice. And if you make that choice you have to know that some employers will choose not to hire you.
well in my opinion then that needs to change and the labor law does to because the way that I see it that is not right if a person gets a tattoo it does not change that person at all
curious

Cedartown, GA

#121 Feb 18, 2013
Here's more or less what I was talking about. I wasn't talking about a soldiers tattoo or even the new trend tattoo. I'm talking about a whole face tattoo.

http://m.vice.com/read/i-had-a-face-tattoo-fo...
Friend of a friend

Carrollton, GA

#122 Feb 18, 2013
no employer wants someone painted up like a clown serving potential customers.If I see someone with tattos all over them or ear rings in their NOSE I will NOT go back to that place to shop.THATS JUST NASTY!!!!If you want to tattoo yourself all over and put rings and hooks in your nose, why not join the circus and let people PAY to look at you

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