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More employers accepting of tattoos, piercings in the workplace
Lima News ^ | July 6, 2013 | KATE MALONGOWSKI

Posted on 07/08/2013 6:54:06 AM PDT by Deadeye Division

LIMA — When Travis Stevick goes to work, he wears his heart on his sleeve, literally.

For the 34-year-old pediatric nurse, his body is a canvas, and the tattoos are all metaphors of his life. Along his left arm, there’s a tiger and cherry blossoms on his forearm, and a coy fish on his upper arm. This is mostly what is exposed when he wears his scrubs to work. Stevick has 20 tattoos in all so far, from his arms, legs, back and chest. He plans on getting more, too.

And Stevick said at Health Partners of Western Ohio, where he works, they’ve been very accommodating with his visible tattoos.

“There’s different nursing homes and other health care facilities that have policies: no visible tattoos, because of contact with patients. But not here,” Stevick said. “It mixes with our clientele. A lot of our patients have tattoos, so they’re not frowned on here. That’s why I’m here. I feel accepted. I like the way they feel with it.”

Ironically, he does immunizations for children. The tattoos are not only a calming mechanism for them, but some children tell him they want tattoos someday, despite wincing from a single shot he just administered.

“It kind of gets their mind off whatever they’re here for, if they’re not feeling well,” he said. “If they have to get a shot, something like that, and they take just a second and look at my tattoos, we relate a little bit. So it helps, I think.”

Self-expression more acceptable

Many agree that workplace tattoos and piercings have become more acceptable in the workplace in recent years. Once thought of as the mark of a degenerate, almost 25 percent of Americans now have tattoos, according to a Pew Research poll from 2010. This likely makes having them in a professional setting more acceptable than before.

“I have definitely seen a shift in the acceptance of tattoos and piercings” in the workplace during the past decade, said Kathy Dickson, Director of Career Development at Bluffton University. “For some employers, it’s still very much a big deal, but it depends ... not only on the field, but the individual employer, because every organization has its own culture.”

There are some fields, though, that have remained more traditional about the issue.

“The business and education fields are still two of the more conservative as far as having piercings and tattoos right out there in front of customers or students,” she said. “Some of the professional etiquette rules are more conservative about everything: The color of your suit, the color of your tie, the color of your shirt when you go to an interview. Whether your shoes are closed tie or open. So when you get to these types of rules, any trainer is probably going to encourage you to err on the conservative side when making first impressions and they’re getting to know you.”

It all depends on the organization.

Lorne Howden Sr., owner of the Tat-2-U tattoo parlor on Elida Road, said the majority of his clients work in professional fields, such as law enforcement and health care. He likes it that way — most of those customers take body art very seriously, meticulously planning what they would like to get and where.

“The newer thing is to have a tattoo,” he said. “Society just need to be more accepting of it.”

Being in the field for more than 25 years, he’s seen a dramatic shift in the kind of clients he gets. He’s owned Tat-2-U in Lima for about 10 years, but had previously owned a shop in Seattle.

“I’ve seen it go from sailors … to professionals,” he said.

Aversion to tattoos, piercings still remain

Angela Wilbert, who mostly has had good feedback from her tongue piercing, once had an informal marketing meeting that left a bad taste in her mouth.

A marketing man said he may have a job opportunity for her at a bank, and could set up an interview. But he had a caveat.

“You have to take out the tongue ring,” he told her.

“I was floored,” said Wilbert, 34, of Lima, who does freelance writing. “It wasn’t in his place to say something to me about my tongue ring.”

Normally, she would have taken it out for an interview, she said. But because this was more informal, she made the decision to leave it in. She had the piercing for years in early adulthood, but had taken it out and had gotten it re-pierced when she was 30. She said she made her own decision, and it’s not easily noticeable.

“No one outside of that ever said anything to me,” she said.

Dickson said the most important thing for young people to do if they decide to get a piercing or tattoo, is to do research about potential companies where they’d like to work someday. Others make decisions on where they work based on whether they have tattoos.

“People set decisions,” Dickson said. They may say: “My piercings are part of my identity and who I am, and if they don’t want to hire me, based on this on this industry, then that’s probably the industry I don’t want to be working in.”


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1 posted on 07/08/2013 6:54:06 AM PDT by Deadeye Division
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To: Deadeye Division

I remember my grandfather got a tattoo in 1917 of a panther on his forearm when he was overseas in World War I. He spent the remainder of his 94 years wearing long sleeve shirts to hide it. Had an effect on me and I never got one. I don’t condemn anyone who has them but I would not hire someone who had an in your face kind of tattoo or piercing.


2 posted on 07/08/2013 6:59:01 AM PDT by kempster
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To: Deadeye Division
Lorne Howden Sr., owner of the Tat-2-U tattoo parlor on Elida Road, said the majority of his clients work in professional fields, such as law enforcement and health care.”

I’ve seen it go from sailors … to professionals,” he said.

Sailors aren't "professionals".

3 posted on 07/08/2013 6:59:55 AM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (If America is a nation of immigrants, where's my free stuff?)
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To: Deadeye Division

They are accepting because they don’t want to be sued if they openly disapprove. However young people should realize that prominent tatoos and piercings are not likely to enance their employment prospects and careers. It may not be politically correct to say, but a significant percentage of the population (often employers and managers) view tatoos as the indelible mark of the lowlife.


4 posted on 07/08/2013 7:00:06 AM PDT by allendale
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To: Deadeye Division
"“It wasn’t in his place to say something to me about my tongue ring.” "

If he's arranging an interview for a private employer who has a policy regarding such things, it certainly was in his place.

5 posted on 07/08/2013 7:01:44 AM PDT by Colonel_Flagg (Army dad. And damned proud.)
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To: Deadeye Division
“The newer thing is to have a tattoo,” he said. “Society just need to be more accepting of it.”

Bull. If I can see a tattoo I will end an interview. I'm not hiring some side show freak to represent my company. Same goes for body piercings...only more so!

6 posted on 07/08/2013 7:02:15 AM PDT by pgkdan (Marco Rubio can go straight to hell!)
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To: Deadeye Division
I was in the Navy for six years, back in the 1980's, and got out in 1991 with no tattoos. There was never once even a remote chance where I might've been drinking and said, "hey, I'm gonna go get a tat!"

To this day, I just don't understand the need to "express one's self" through the use of a (somewhat) permanent tattoo. The passing follies of one's youth, the quotes and images you identified with...why would you want to carry that into middle and old age? Why would you want to explain why you thought some random lyrics from a 90's grunge band were important enough for you to prominently etch them into your skin? I don't get it. I wouldn't hold it against someone in a casual passing, but I can see why businesses wouldn't hire someone with some major work.

7 posted on 07/08/2013 7:04:20 AM PDT by Lou L (Health "insurance" is NOT the same as health "care")
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To: Deadeye Division

All employers I know of accept them but nothing says, “Me, too!”, like a piercing or tattoo. Nothing original about the person. They are likely to go along with whatever fad comes their way. I want individual thinkers for employees, not sheep.


8 posted on 07/08/2013 7:06:19 AM PDT by CodeToad (Liberals are bloodsucking ticks. We need to light the matchstick to burn them off. -786 +969)
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To: CodeToad

I think it’s gross between that and the piercing of every body part yuck!!!!!!!!!!


9 posted on 07/08/2013 7:07:10 AM PDT by angcat
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To: Deadeye Division

I didn’t get my tattoos to “fit in”, “stand out”, “be cool”, or “reject societal norms”.

My reasons, now as then, are my own. If you don’t want me around, don’t hire me. Easy-peasey...


10 posted on 07/08/2013 7:07:25 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (I will not comply.)
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To: Deadeye Division
I got as far as the ‘coy’ fish tattoo. Journalists who don't know the difference between coy and koi are giving away a lot about their lack of worldly experience..
11 posted on 07/08/2013 7:07:34 AM PDT by ArtDodger
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To: Deadeye Division

1) How many Under-30 types are totally lacking in ink and piercings? When your choice is between circus freaks and NO employees, whatcha gonna do?

2) Under the current regime one runs a very high risk of being accused of RAAAAAACISM if applicants with tats (and particularly facial jewelry which, after all, is of African origin) are summarily rejected.


12 posted on 07/08/2013 7:07:52 AM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
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To: Deadeye Division
Along his left arm, there’s a tiger and cherry blossoms on his forearm, and a coy fish on his upper arm.

A coy fish.

Perhaps they meant KOI.

Will copy-editors EVER be hired for major news organizations?

13 posted on 07/08/2013 7:08:11 AM PDT by Lazamataz (If illegal aliens voted (R), then the Dems would create the tightest border security in the world.)
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To: allendale

I’m working on my second degree and I make six figures.

Lowlife?

Whatever...


14 posted on 07/08/2013 7:08:42 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (I will not comply.)
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To: Lou L

While some might people might think tattoos are works of art, they inevitably turn into nothing more than ugly purple splotches.


15 posted on 07/08/2013 7:09:17 AM PDT by PJ-Comix (Beware Rip in the Space/Time Continuum)
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To: kempster

They have no choice, whole world is pierced or tattooed...


16 posted on 07/08/2013 7:09:24 AM PDT by alice_in_bubbaland (When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes mandatory- Thomas Jefferson)
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To: Dead Corpse

Tell truth, if you could snap your fingers and all your tats would be gone, would you do it?


17 posted on 07/08/2013 7:10:04 AM PDT by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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To: Deadeye Division
my father had a grand US NAVY tattoo on his arm....and that was the last tattoo I respected or appreciated....

as for me,if I go someplace to eat and the staff have nose,eyebrow, etc piercings,I just won't come back..

18 posted on 07/08/2013 7:11:50 AM PDT by cherry
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To: Lazamataz

Could the writer, perhaps, be talking about a fish that is playing hard to get on a man’s upper arm? Give a hard-working modern journalist the benefit of the doubt!


19 posted on 07/08/2013 7:12:04 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia (Truth/Lies; Liberty/Tyranny--WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE??)
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To: central_va

No.


20 posted on 07/08/2013 7:13:02 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (I will not comply.)
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To: central_va

Then again, I’m only 44. Ask me again in ten years.


21 posted on 07/08/2013 7:14:14 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (I will not comply.)
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To: Deadeye Division

Also non-Biblical.


22 posted on 07/08/2013 7:14:41 AM PDT by onedoug
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To: All

Does Disney still prohibit facial hair?


23 posted on 07/08/2013 7:17:52 AM PDT by Sloth (Rather than a lesser Evil, I voted for Goode.)
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To: Deadeye Division

Yuk, definitely a turnoff.


24 posted on 07/08/2013 7:18:54 AM PDT by sickoflibs (To GOP : Any path to US citizenship IS putting them ahead in line. Stop lying about your position.)
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To: kempster
I've got a real dumb-a$$ in-law (who doesn't??) who got "LOVE" and "HATE" tattooed on his knuckles.

Mrs WBill pithily (and ironically) observed, "Well, there goes his career as an investment banker."

Massive grommets and facial piercings and full sleeve tattoos say one thing to me - "This person has issues making good decisions." Prejudice? Probably. However, a job is mine to give. If a person doesn't like that, they probably should not have chosen to tattoo gang symbols on their forehead.

Sez me, if the tats can be covered up, then probably I'd say "No Problem". It would be a concern for any customer-facing employees, since it's at best, a distraction. It also depends on the tat...I'm more likely to approve of a heart with "Mom" on it, than a heart with "Creeping Death" on it and bloody dagger through it.

25 posted on 07/08/2013 7:22:44 AM PDT by wbill
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To: sickoflibs

Played drums in Rock/Metal bands from 1974 to 1997. Had very long MTV hair. No tattoos. One August it was Africa hot. Too much hair. Wasn’t going to wear a pony tail. Just cut it off. Can’t do that with ink. BTW, the week before I had proclaimed I would never cut my hair because it was my “Rebel Yell”.


26 posted on 07/08/2013 7:23:27 AM PDT by massgopguy (I owe everything to George Bailey)
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To: Deadeye Division
I still find them repulsive. I wouldn't date a girl with one. As for hiring, it depends what type of business and how much lemming-like behavior self-expression is allowed but personally, I'd rather not see it and generally think it diminishes a person.
27 posted on 07/08/2013 7:23:53 AM PDT by OrangeHoof (Howdy to all you government agents spying on me.)
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To: onedoug
"Also non-Biblical."

I think this is debatable both ways. Certainly the OT says not to do it but is that part of the moral law which continues after the NT or is it a ceremonial or Jewish law which doesn't. I personally don't know and perfer not to have a tattoo myself because of this but I am not prepared to say it is a sin for someone to get a tattoo. From a secular standpont I think a physically fit human body is one of the most beautiful things in creation so I prefer to decorate my body by staying in peak physical condition. To put on a tattoo would be like putting a moustache on the Mona Lisa as far as I'm concerned. But, to each his own.

28 posted on 07/08/2013 7:26:02 AM PDT by circlecity
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To: Deadeye Division

We went to the water park on the 4th of July. It seems that nearly 70% of the people I saw had tattoos. Nearly 90% of the blacks I saw had tattoos, at least 70 to 80% of the hispanics I saw had tattoos, at least 50% of the whites I saw had tattoos. In fact, it seemed easier to count those WITHOUT tattoos. They all look disgusting—like graffiti-—. I don’t get it. I never will. I don’t know how these people find jobs and why they waste so much money looking perfectly disgusting. Some people had gang insignia for their tattooes. Others had a boyfriend or girlfriend’s name as a tattoo. I kept thinking to myself: what are you going to do if you end up breaking up with your boyfriend or your girlfriend and you are stuck with that tattoo? What really fries me is in the supermarket. Watching people pay for their groceries with food stamps and they also have tattooes. Somehow they managed to find money to pay for their tattoos but they use taxpayer money to buy their food. And the young people in this country are in for a rude awakening when they discover that their tattoos don’t age very well and look even worse on on wrinkled and sagging skin. This country is sinking to new lows with each passing day IMHO.


29 posted on 07/08/2013 7:28:03 AM PDT by Trapped Behind Enemy Lines
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To: Dead Corpse
I’m working on my second degree and I make six figures. Lowlife? Whatever...

You should tattoo your salary and college degrees to your forehead as a visual sign of success, you know so everyone can know how proud they should be of someone so "unconventional".
Maybe you'll make 7 figures if you ram a ring through your dingus, and your nose, and connect the two with a beautiful gold chain.
30 posted on 07/08/2013 7:29:13 AM PDT by brent1a
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To: PJ-Comix

I remember twenty-five years ago working for a boss who absolutely HATED tattoos of any type. I recall once he went on vacation and while he was gone his assistant hired a very attractive blonde girl.

He was not back more than an hour from his vacation when he spied this new employee (from at least 30 feet away) and began turning red. He pulled his assistant into a closed-door meeting and was in there blowing his stack for at least an hour. At the conclusion of that the assistant went to this blonde girl and let her go, telling her it “was just not working out”.

What was the cause of all this? A tattoo of a rose on her ankle, no bigger than the size of a dime. A middle-aged candidate for bifocals, he spotted this from more than ten yards away and blew his top.


31 posted on 07/08/2013 7:29:51 AM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
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To: Deadeye Division

Tattoos on women are plain old ugly to me. Tattoos on men look stupid to me. Might as well wear earrings and primp/preen in the mirror all day, because that’s the first thing I assume you do if you’re sporting anything other than an ugly old “I got drunk in the Navy one day” tattoo.


32 posted on 07/08/2013 7:31:54 AM PDT by RingerSIX (My wife and I took an AIDS vaccine that they offer down at our Church.)
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To: Deadeye Division

Pure BS. Maybe in fast food...


33 posted on 07/08/2013 7:32:26 AM PDT by Resolute Conservative
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To: Deadeye Division

“It wasn’t in his place to say something to me about my tongue ring.”

Who would hire someone with that logic.
So much for getting a job as a speech teacher.


34 posted on 07/08/2013 7:33:21 AM PDT by Vaduz
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To: Sloth

Not sure, but I’m thinking the Yankees still have a no beard policy.


35 posted on 07/08/2013 7:33:22 AM PDT by WinMod70
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To: circlecity

I believe it was Tertullian who argued the position that it was sinful to alter your body in any way.


36 posted on 07/08/2013 7:34:38 AM PDT by proxy_user
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To: wbill
I don't have any tattoos. I had a couple piercings back in my early 20s when it was truly a sort of unique thing. That said, I dont mind one or two very well done tattoos. These days I think piercings are pretty stupid but mostly a fixable situation.

When I see someone with just massive tattoo coverage ( face, neck, hands, thighs, etc) and huge piercings, my first impression is that that person has emotional problems and self loathing issues.

37 posted on 07/08/2013 7:35:18 AM PDT by riri (Plannedopolis-look it up. It's how the elites plan for US to live.)
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To: wbill
I don't have any tattoos. I had a couple piercings back in my early 20s when it was truly a sort of unique thing. That said, I dont mind one or two very well done tattoos. These days I think piercings are pretty stupid but mostly a fixable situation.

When I see someone with just massive tattoo coverage ( face, neck, hands, thighs, etc) and huge piercings, my first impression is that that person has emotional problems and self loathing issues.

38 posted on 07/08/2013 7:35:18 AM PDT by riri (Plannedopolis-look it up. It's how the elites plan for US to live.)
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To: brent1a
Maybe you'll make 7 figures if you ram a ring through your dingus, and your nose, and connect the two with a beautiful gold chain.

Not to barge in on your spat, but zoinks! What an image. FYI: No tattoos on his old guy.
39 posted on 07/08/2013 7:36:54 AM PDT by AD from SpringBay (We deserve the government we allow.)
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To: Deadeye Division

They hired a girl where I worked. She was all conservative and everything. After a few weeks it was clear that her interview persona was a sham, and she was a disrespectful slime with tattoos, piercings, weird clothing, bad hygiene, etc. They asked her to empty the trashcans around the office. She was gone after one more day.


40 posted on 07/08/2013 7:39:14 AM PDT by Born to Conserve
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To: WinMod70

Disney still has a No Facial Hair policy (except at Euro Disney, where French courts have found that it “violates basic human rights”)


41 posted on 07/08/2013 7:41:16 AM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
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To: brent1a
you know so everyone can know how proud they should be of someone so "unconventional".

Again... Mistaken assumption that I care.

This is me. This is my life. I'm not living it for you...

42 posted on 07/08/2013 7:41:23 AM PDT by Dead Corpse (I will not comply.)
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To: Trapped Behind Enemy Lines

100 Percent agree.


43 posted on 07/08/2013 7:44:29 AM PDT by wally_bert (There are no winners in a game of losers. I'm Tommy Joyce, welcome to the Oriental Lounge.)
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To: massgopguy
RE :”Played drums in Rock/Metal bands from 1974 to 1997. Had very long MTV hair. No tattoos.”

Long hair was popular in the 1970s for teens, early 20s. As was drugs and the drinking age was only 18 then too. But I don't remember the losers I knew in High school getting tattoos though. This seems to have cropped up more recently than that, maybe like the popularity of gays.

At least when you outgrow long hair its easy to cut.

A young woman OK looking working sales at a Fitness Center here (I occasionally go to) had a ring appear in her cheek recently. Disgusting looking.

44 posted on 07/08/2013 7:44:45 AM PDT by sickoflibs (To GOP : Any path to US citizenship IS putting them ahead in line. Stop lying about your position.)
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To: RingerSIX
Mr Ditter is not a drinker but he came out of the USCG with a tattoo on each forearm. I tell him I know he got drunk at least twice and he has the tattoos to prove it. He sheepishly agrees.

He just turned 78 and the tats are over 50 years old. They are unrecognizable as anything other than ugly blue blobs.

Any parent wanting to tell their teenagers they should not get tats is welcome to bring the kids over here and let them see Mr,Ditters’.

45 posted on 07/08/2013 7:45:28 AM PDT by Ditter
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To: Deadeye Division

Fair or not, they convey a message of low class.


46 posted on 07/08/2013 7:45:29 AM PDT by Proud2BeRight
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To: circlecity

It’s neither “ceremonious” nor “moral” they are God’s Written Commands.....you know the written ones of which Jesus stated that not one letter or one stroke of God’s Written Commands will pass until the heavens and earth are gone and everything is accomplished.
Well for starters, not everything has been accomplished. Not according to the teachings of Jesus nor any prophet. There’s still a lot that needs to be accomplished. And the heavens and earth are still in existence.
Therein your above statement lays the buffet-line logic of paulinism/christianity.....taking the dessert and leaving the meal. That is the modus operandi of christianity: keep a version of the Ten Commandments throw in the homosexuality provision sprinkle in some Pauline non-biblical rules & regulations and you end up with a concoction that was never taught by Jesus nor the original Jerusalem Jesus Movement.
You also end up with a severe lack of basic understanding of the founding document by which Jesus taught from.


47 posted on 07/08/2013 7:45:36 AM PDT by brent1a
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To: wbill

My guy has 5 tats. One on his calf, one on each shoulder blade and one on each bicep, all based on the work of his favorite artist/writer. Of course, the only way to see them all is if he is wearing shorts and a wife heater, which you would not do in an interview.
I currently have no tats, but have a couple I am considering.


48 posted on 07/08/2013 7:47:07 AM PDT by chae (I was anti-Obama before it was cool)
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To: chae

Get smart lady, and forgo the tats; they are disgusting.


49 posted on 07/08/2013 7:49:15 AM PDT by The_Media_never_lie (Actually, they lie when it suits them! The crooked MS media must be defeated any way it can be done!)
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To: pgkdan

“I’m not hiring some side show freak to represent my company.”


KUDOS & Dittos!


50 posted on 07/08/2013 7:49:34 AM PDT by Wurlitzer (Nothing says "ignorance" like Islam! 969)
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