Marinello Schools of Beauty in Hemet...

Marinello Schools of Beauty in Hemet is a Rip-OFF

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Danny

Hemet, CA

#1 Jan 24, 2011
I think Marinello Schools of Beauty are prejudice against Handicap people. I called the one in Hemet a few months ago and asked about learning to cut hair, they explained how and what I needed to get my degree from their school. So I made an appointment to talk with the supervisor there.
During my scheduled interview, the supervisor seemed very confused, I thought perhaps she was a little shy or infatuated with me. So I tried to
Keep her calm by telling jokes and I think it worked because she was laughing during my interview.
Ok, let me explain that I am a handicap Veteran. I have only one arm but I am very good at manipulating the metal hook on my only arm. I could learn to use scissors and the other equipment needed to cut hair, shave and do perms. I was an explosive technician in the military so I know about mixing chemicals to color hair.
The manager asked how I could maneuver my wheelchair around the customers chair as I worked on them. I explained that if she could build me a board to sit across the chair arms then I could climb up on it and sit there to do my work. But I do have a little problem there too because both of my legs were blown off by a road side bomb. But I have two prostheses from the knees down, and it would be necessary to have a co-worker assist me in removing them so I could climb up on the board to perform my job as a hairstylist. I could hold the comb between my teeth while my metal hook used the scissors. I think the other students there were impressed by my sincerity of wanting to learn the trade of cutting hair because there were several who had stopped what they were doing and were listening to my interview with their supervisor. I think they liked my jokes too because they were laughing.
Unfortunately the interview was cut short because the supervisor had to go to a meeting.
But as she leaving, she told me that she would notify me if they could accommodate me.
Well, itís been a few months now and still no call from her. Maybe, she has forgotten about me. Maybe I can learn how to become a short order cook.

jerri

United States

#2 Apr 28, 2013
Hey if you are still intrested in doing hair go check out salon success there is one in upland area and its a much better school i had a very big problem with maranello myself a teacher was just not fit to really teach and would constantly put down students including myself I found salon success and was much happier with staff and there way of doing things try them out or at least go talk to them and see if you like it
ATTENTION

United States

#3 Apr 28, 2013
I wish u the best of luck in life n dont let tht experience get u down i aldo wanna give u my sincere thanks to u n ur family for all of ur sacrifice u have given for us all plus it doesnt sound like they deserve a person of ur calibur n e ways...dont worry
Danny wrote:
I think Marinello Schools of Beauty are prejudice against Handicap people. I called the one in Hemet a few months ago and asked about learning to cut hair, they explained how and what I needed to get my degree from their school. So I made an appointment to talk with the supervisor there.
During my scheduled interview, the supervisor seemed very confused, I thought perhaps she was a little shy or infatuated with me. So I tried to
Keep her calm by telling jokes and I think it worked because she was laughing during my interview.
Ok, let me explain that I am a handicap Veteran. I have only one arm but I am very good at manipulating the metal hook on my only arm. I could learn to use scissors and the other equipment needed to cut hair, shave and do perms. I was an explosive technician in the military so I know about mixing chemicals to color hair.
The manager asked how I could maneuver my wheelchair around the customers chair as I worked on them. I explained that if she could build me a board to sit across the chair arms then I could climb up on it and sit there to do my work. But I do have a little problem there too because both of my legs were blown off by a road side bomb. But I have two prostheses from the knees down, and it would be necessary to have a co-worker assist me in removing them so I could climb up on the board to perform my job as a hairstylist. I could hold the comb between my teeth while my metal hook used the scissors. I think the other students there were impressed by my sincerity of wanting to learn the trade of cutting hair because there were several who had stopped what they were doing and were listening to my interview with their supervisor. I think they liked my jokes too because they were laughing.
Unfortunately the interview was cut short because the supervisor had to go to a meeting.
But as she leaving, she told me that she would notify me if they could accommodate me.
Well, itís been a few months now and still no call from her. Maybe, she has forgotten about me. Maybe I can learn how to become a short order cook.
LONG STORY SHORT NEXTTIME

Upland, CA

#4 Apr 29, 2013
Danny wrote:
I think Marinello Schools of Beauty are prejudice against Handicap people. I called the one in Hemet a few months ago and asked about learning to cut hair, they explained how and what I needed to get my degree from their school. So I made an appointment to talk with the supervisor there.
During my scheduled interview, the supervisor seemed very confused, I thought perhaps she was a little shy or infatuated with me. So I tried to
Keep her calm by telling jokes and I think it worked because she was laughing during my interview.
Ok, let me explain that I am a handicap Veteran. I have only one arm but I am very good at manipulating the metal hook on my only arm. I could learn to use scissors and the other equipment needed to cut hair, shave and do perms. I was an explosive technician in the military so I know about mixing chemicals to color hair.
The manager asked how I could maneuver my wheelchair around the customers chair as I worked on them. I explained that if she could build me a board to sit across the chair arms then I could climb up on it and sit there to do my work. But I do have a little problem there too because both of my legs were blown off by a road side bomb. But I have two prostheses from the knees down, and it would be necessary to have a co-worker assist me in removing them so I could climb up on the board to perform my job as a hairstylist. I could hold the comb between my teeth while my metal hook used the scissors. I think the other students there were impressed by my sincerity of wanting to learn the trade of cutting hair because there were several who had stopped what they were doing and were listening to my interview with their supervisor. I think they liked my jokes too because they were laughing.
Unfortunately the interview was cut short because the supervisor had to go to a meeting.
But as she leaving, she told me that she would notify me if they could accommodate me.
Well, itís been a few months now and still no call from her. Maybe, she has forgotten about me. Maybe I can learn how to become a short order cook.
WTF? NEXT TIME START WITH "LONG STORY SHORT".....AND GET TO THE POINT!! p.s MAYBE YOU CAN ALSO LEARN HOW TO BE A COMEDIAN (LOTS OF GD PRACTICE WILL BE NEEDED)
Wow

Hemet, CA

#6 Jun 12, 2013
Danny wrote:
I think Marinello Schools of Beauty are prejudice against Handicap people. I called the one in Hemet a few months ago and asked about learning to cut hair, they explained how and what I needed to get my degree from their school. So I made an appointment to talk with the supervisor there.
During my scheduled interview, the supervisor seemed very confused, I thought perhaps she was a little shy or infatuated with me. So I tried to
Keep her calm by telling jokes and I think it worked because she was laughing during my interview.
Ok, let me explain that I am a handicap Veteran. I have only one arm but I am very good at manipulating the metal hook on my only arm. I could learn to use scissors and the other equipment needed to cut hair, shave and do perms. I was an explosive technician in the military so I know about mixing chemicals to color hair.
The manager asked how I could maneuver my wheelchair around the customers chair as I worked on them. I explained that if she could build me a board to sit across the chair arms then I could climb up on it and sit there to do my work. But I do have a little problem there too because both of my legs were blown off by a road side bomb. But I have two prostheses from the knees down, and it would be necessary to have a co-worker assist me in removing them so I could climb up on the board to perform my job as a hairstylist. I could hold the comb between my teeth while my metal hook used the scissors. I think the other students there were impressed by my sincerity of wanting to learn the trade of cutting hair because there were several who had stopped what they were doing and were listening to my interview with their supervisor. I think they liked my jokes too because they were laughing.
Unfortunately the interview was cut short because the supervisor had to go to a meeting.
But as she leaving, she told me that she would notify me if they could accommodate me.
Well, itís been a few months now and still no call from her. Maybe, she has forgotten about me. Maybe I can learn how to become a short order cook.
lol
fairplay

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Dec 19, 2014
The mere fact that they spent time with you shows compassion. Sure we honor your noble non questioning sacrifice for our country. However, to bad mouth a school that for years has filled a vacuum, tried to help those who sought a vocation (a choice other than mere academics, or guns and killing - be it military or gangs). Do something, like a stage comedy for peace. Save your brothers and sisters and join a peace movement. Let the world know that wars are outdated and that peace even with compromise is best for the average citizen . You are in that group of world citizenry to be first sacrificed in war, the barely represented, and the least likely to receive due process in a conflict.
Haddassah Hymen

Moreno Valley, CA

#8 Jan 13, 2015
Oh honey, I feel for you. I also have been discriminated against by Marinello. I got accepted into Marinello and I was instructed to give a teenager the Ariana Grande look. Well, having just lost 20 pounds in only 5 years after Sweating to the Oldies with Richard Simmons, I figured the gal would look better with the Richard Simmons afro instead. He's so inspiring! So I permed her all up and chopped around 14" of hair off. This little gal was none too pleased! I explained to her that as a hair artist (emphasis on the artist) it is my duty to take my artistic liberties with a cut if the client wants an unflattering style. I'm the artist! I know what's best! I told her since she obviously hated Richard Simmons she could visualize herself as having a Bob Ross hairstyle instead! But nothing I said made this spoiled brat stop whining.
Long story short, I was expelled from Marinello due to their antisemitism. I plan on contacting the ACLU, the Jewish Citizens League, my synagogue, and Gloria Allred about this matter. Marinello will be hearing from me again, and I urge you to protest your unfair treatment as well!
Danny wrote:
I think Marinello Schools of Beauty are prejudice against Handicap people. I called the one in Hemet a few months ago and asked about learning to cut hair, they explained how and what I needed to get my degree from their school. So I made an appointment to talk with the supervisor there.
During my scheduled interview, the supervisor seemed very confused, I thought perhaps she was a little shy or infatuated with me. So I tried to
Keep her calm by telling jokes and I think it worked because she was laughing during my interview.
Ok, let me explain that I am a handicap Veteran. I have only one arm but I am very good at manipulating the metal hook on my only arm. I could learn to use scissors and the other equipment needed to cut hair, shave and do perms. I was an explosive technician in the military so I know about mixing chemicals to color hair.
The manager asked how I could maneuver my wheelchair around the customers chair as I worked on them. I explained that if she could build me a board to sit across the chair arms then I could climb up on it and sit there to do my work. But I do have a little problem there too because both of my legs were blown off by a road side bomb. But I have two prostheses from the knees down, and it would be necessary to have a co-worker assist me in removing them so I could climb up on the board to perform my job as a hairstylist. I could hold the comb between my teeth while my metal hook used the scissors. I think the other students there were impressed by my sincerity of wanting to learn the trade of cutting hair because there were several who had stopped what they were doing and were listening to my interview with their supervisor. I think they liked my jokes too because they were laughing.
Unfortunately the interview was cut short because the supervisor had to go to a meeting.
But as she leaving, she told me that she would notify me if they could accommodate me.
Well, itís been a few months now and still no call from her. Maybe, she has forgotten about me. Maybe I can learn how to become a short order cook.
Chris

Murrieta, CA

#9 Jan 14, 2015
Haddassah Hymen wrote:
Oh honey, I feel for you. I also have been discriminated against by Marinello. I got accepted into Marinello and I was instructed to give a teenager the Ariana Grande look. Well, having just lost 20 pounds in only 5 years after Sweating to the Oldies with Richard Simmons, I figured the gal would look better with the Richard Simmons afro instead. He's so inspiring! So I permed her all up and chopped around 14" of hair off. This little gal was none too pleased! I explained to her that as a hair artist (emphasis on the artist) it is my duty to take my artistic liberties with a cut if the client wants an unflattering style. I'm the artist! I know what's best! I told her since she obviously hated Richard Simmons she could visualize herself as having a Bob Ross hairstyle instead! But nothing I said made this spoiled brat stop whining.
Long story short, I was expelled from Marinello due to their antisemitism. I plan on contacting the ACLU, the Jewish Citizens League, my synagogue, and Gloria Allred about this matter. Marinello will be hearing from me again, and I urge you to protest your unfair treatment as well!
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Richard simmons is a flaming homo!

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