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  •  I'm always amazed.... (3+ / 0-)
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    Vyan, Eric Nelson, tobendaro

    that people think attire, lack of attire, long hair, weird hair, no hair.....baggy pants, high pants, no panties...blah, blah, blah......is an indicator of a person's worth or character.  Americans just love to lump and label.  It's a large part of culture's increasing desire for everyone to be part of Stepford.  Human nature says we want to be viewed as individuals, but more and more those with a big voice want everyone to get with the program...scary times.  

    •  You ever hire a person? (2+ / 0-)
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      MrJersey, Keith930

      Just try to hire a person and not make your judgement on how that person looks and talks.  If you want a job, you don't get to go on a five day camping trip with the head of Human Resouces so they can get to know your true soul.  

      "If Jesus had a gun he'd still be alive today." Homer Simpson, 2013

      by quiet in NC on Sun Jul 28, 2013 at 10:10:09 AM PDT

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      •  You ever stop to think? (0+ / 0-)

        How many young men wear saggy pants with underwear showing to job interviews? I've hired many people and have yet to encounter one who did.

      •  No, I haven't... (0+ / 0-)

        but I mentioned nothing about their speaking voices.  I can assess intelligence by interviewing someone for an hour or whatever, but that's always a crap shoot.  Wearing a suit to that interview would mean nothing to me.  I don't assess people by a newly purchased suit, one borrowed from a cousin, or one picked off the rack at Goodwill.  It means zippo.  George Zimmerman wore a suit at trial, Wall Street dolls itself up with suits, politicians wear suits on a daily basis.   A suit for an interview is a prop....nothing more....it's not a gauge of anything....not even respect...BECAUSE it's a HAVE TO....not a want to.  It's forced by a society that is trained to view it as a sign of respect or seriousness when it translates to neither.  

    •  Scary times??? (0+ / 0-)

      Ever see photos and films of people and how they dressed in the early 1900's?  Men in suit coats/ties/hats were the norm.  Much more casual today.....but....oh, so SCARY.

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