May 28, 2014 at 12:43:28
“Is there any evidence that the pompous little puke actually watched these types of movies? If not, it's really pathetic and careless to search for a correlation and imply causation. I'd have to agree with Apatow that the main motivation for such an article is to sensationalize a tragedy and generate revenue.”
“As long as it isn't flash art or poorly done freehand, I find tattoos and their stories fascinating. For some of the subjects above, the juxtaposition shows that people can live "normal" buttoned-up corporate lives, and unless you are invited into their personal lives, you would never know they have tattoos.
For those that don't like them, don't like them. Not everyone finds the same thing aesthetically pleasing, and that's OK. Some people don't find plastic surgery attractive. Some people don't find tons of makeup or gallons of hairspray attractive. To each, their own. But save your judgement for when you're sitting on God's throne.”
“"Frankly, this stuff just looks like a psychological cry for help." The same can be said for those that get plastic surgery or wear a lot of make up and style their hair with too much hairspray and product.”
“I love this charlatan logic, "I would have spent that on more equipment. That would have created more jobs down the line," Johnson told the paper."
No business buys more equipment or hires more workers simply because there's more money in the bank. You invest in infrastructure and employees when the demand increases. No uptick in demand, no need to spend more money.
Now, here's the real question, will Johnson Brass be held accountable for dangerous working conditions or will they simply pay another tiny fine and go back to business as usual? Will their worker's comp company fight tooth and nail NOT to pay for the harm done to the employees the Johnson's have such a close relationship with?”