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  • #1429
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    [color=darkred:10n5fbnw]How do you feel about them?

    Do you think people’s perception over all will eventually change?[/color:10n5fbnw]

    #7135

    I think they are distasteful. I would never get one and don’t see the point in having one.

    Some people tend to think of them as body art, but I think it’s body junk.

    Are you thinking of getting one? <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

    #7138
    Anonymous
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    [quote:xmzkr75i]I think they are distasteful. I would never get one and don’t see the point in having one.

    Some people tend to think of them as body art, but I think it’s body junk.

    Are you thinking of getting one? <img loading=” title=”Wink” />[/quote:xmzkr75i]

    [color=darkred:xmzkr75i]I got one when I was younger. It’s Aramaic and was more of a response to how I felt at the time. Not a tattoo fanatic or anything, but I can understand why some people get them. Although I do think it get’s out of hand. [/color:xmzkr75i]

    #7144
    Anonymous
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    Ones body is surpose to be the temple of God,not to be disfigure or put poision in it(like mineral spirits or smokes),but who am I to say I smoke a pipe and have a few beers.

    #7145
    Anonymous
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    I think they are ugly and pointless… I don’t think they are inherently evil or anything.

    #7151
    Anonymous
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    [color=darkred:1pec91kh]Alright, so it’s obvious tatoos are not viewed highly by any of us. Next question is would you hire someone who had tattoos? Why or why not?[/color:1pec91kh]

    #7152

    Hire them for what? I don’t think I would base my decision solely on the fact that they had a tattoo.

    #7153
    Anonymous
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    [quote:1p8vboxe]Hire them for what? I don’t think I would base my decision solely on the fact that they had a tattoo.[/quote:1p8vboxe]

    [color=darkred:1p8vboxe]Neither would I. But many people do. If the guy had tatoos in his face and he was applying for a sales job, I think most people wouldn’t hire the guy.[/color:1p8vboxe]

    #7154

    [quote:3rmt6ne7]If the guy had tatoos in his face …[/quote:3rmt6ne7]
    Like Mike Tyson…man that’s so ugly.

    #7160
    Anonymous
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    [quote:3ubcyxfa][quote:3ubcyxfa]Hire them for what? I don’t think I would base my decision solely on the fact that they had a tattoo.[/quote:3ubcyxfa]

    [color=darkred:3ubcyxfa]Neither would I. But many people do. If the guy had tatoos in his face and he was applying for a sales job, I think most people wouldn’t hire the guy.[/color:3ubcyxfa][/quote:3ubcyxfa]

    True, but it isn’t like that is discriminating. You want someone who can sell things. People who have tatoos on their face are far less likely to sell things. That would be a smart business decision, I think.

    If, of course, one’s priority is simply sold goods. If one is looking for diversity, or some type of “out there” feel for one’s store, it might change.

    #7170
    Anonymous
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    I do not even write on myself with a pen.

    But I have little problem with people (other than my children) who have tattoos. In fact, I believe the majority of my friends and associates sport ink.

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