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Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
02/27/12 05:01:22PM
32 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

If you say so, SE. Given my past experiences with the judicial system, I guess that's just not how I feel.

soaring eagle said:

lawyers dont matter when the laws are on yiour side

lawyers can pressure yiu to sign away your rights but if u refuse to ssign then the best lawyers in the work]ld cant do shit when the law and precidents are beg-==hind your arguments

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
02/27/12 04:51:26PM
32 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

For one, I wasn't there longer than that. And for two, even if I was, and even if I weren't dirt-poor, you know as well as I that they would totally out-lawyer me...

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
02/27/12 02:06:53PM
32 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

Nothing. They didn't even mention them until I worked for them for a week or so. I should mention too that I moved from Pittsburgh to Colorado for the job and now I'm stuck in a 6-month lease without a job after only 2 months. Awesome.

Whip Thehooper said:

Wow Matt.... that sucks. Wtf is wrong with people? What did they say about your dreads during the interview/upon hire?

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
02/27/12 01:08:34PM
32 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

In January I started working for Vail Resorts (specifically Keystone). Although they hired me w/ dreads and my job required zero customer interaction, after a week or 2 of employment they insisted I keep them as hidden as possible at all times. Coworkers were allowed to keep "well-groomed beards", but I had to remain clean shaven, as long as I wished to keep my dreads. My boss said it was "one or the other". Friday they fired me.

These huge corporations can do whatever they want.

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/25/11 11:55:38AM
32 posts

help meeting good peoples


General Talk

Ugh some of you huys certainly have the wrong idea. I'm not short on friends, nor do I struggle to meet people. I'm very outgoing, and I have tons of friends. What I'm short on is friends w/ dreads, and that's why I posted this. A lot of my friends are really wrapped up in the consumer culture in which we live, and that upsets me. That's what I mean when I say good people. Don't make assumptions.
Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/24/11 03:49:43PM
32 posts

help meeting good peoples


General Talk

I feel like I'm not really in much of a position to start either one. I don't have a good place to live (to host a potluck), and I don't have a drum (shameful, I know)

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/19/11 10:59:11AM
32 posts

help meeting good peoples


General Talk

A downside to my crazy alternative lifestyle comes as a lack of worthwhile friends with whom I have a lot in common (especially girls). I feel like I just don't know where to go to meet people.Most 'normal' people would be repulsed by my lifestyle, and frankly I have no interest being around them. I play lots of soccer, but those guys (and they are all guys) are just people with whom I play soccer - we don't have enough in common to actually hang out. Music festivals are awesome for networking (and girls there are amazing), but I feel like the huge majority of those people completely disappear outside of festies, and I can't go to them frequently enough. I used to hang out with a lot of ravers, but they're a class of their own, and not really what I'm looking for. I made a bunch of good friends on a conservation internship, but now we're spread all over the country and we never see each other. It's not like I can just post-up at Whole Foods and advertise. How do I meet more good people in the real world? Where do you all hang out/meet people? I feel like I'm missing something here...

PS I'm not like antisocial or anything. I have friends, I just want more! And I want to know cool girls!


updated by @Hans Criteanu: 02/14/15 08:37:57AM
Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/16/11 11:51:46AM
32 posts

Can you seperate or split a dread?


crochet and dread tools recovery

sounds like a pain in the ass. I'm just gonna leave it :)

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/14/11 07:26:52PM
32 posts

Can you seperate or split a dread?


crochet and dread tools recovery

I was actually curious about this as well. I didn't really understand separating for a while, and by the time I figure it out, it was too late for my oldest dread. In any case, it's now substantially larger than all the other ones, and I was wondering if it could be split with like a razor blade or something.

Hans Criteanu
@Hans Criteanu
10/18/11 01:47:01PM
32 posts

Tea Tree Oil Issue - I know I'm not alone!


Dread Maintenance

I don't know Natalie, but that seems like a lot more than you need. You could always use water and count how many drops it takes to fill a half teaspoon. I would imagine the difference between the size of a drop of water and a drop of essential oil is negligible, especially at such low quantities.


updated by @Hans Criteanu: 07/18/15 02:40:09PM
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