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Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 08:34:45PM
2,730 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

I'm pretty sure it's been accepted for use only in religious ceremonies.

I knew it was use for Shamans. I thought it was also used in other ways too. But I guess you can't fully quote me on that yet. I'll look into it

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 07:03:39PM
2,730 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

Here's a good reference for you: http://archive.eeoc.gov/types/religion.html


updated by @baba-fats: 07/23/15 04:23:23AM
Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 06:43:33PM
2,730 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

I was intrigued when I saw this. This is a census report for the year 1990, 2001, and 2008. "Spiritualists" is listed. It must be a relatively new addition.

http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2012/tables/12s0075.pdf

I'm still looking for a site that shows what it takes for a religion to be recognized by the US and protected under the first amendment. Give me a little more time

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 04:50:30PM
2,730 posts

Hi.


Introduce Yourself

excellent. That's great to hear. You're sure you got it all out? Not questioning you, but sometimes it really does take a while to get everything that's on the inside out too.

They feel nicer when they are messy and random too. There's something beautiful about disorder


updated by @baba-fats: 07/23/15 04:47:09PM
Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 02:00:53PM
2,730 posts

Working in the heat


Dread Maintenance

When you work out in the heat, you sweat more. The top of your head can get pretty gross feeling from the salt that accumulates. Just make sure you wash often. The salt can actually really help the process.

But like Eagle said, just carry around a bottle of water and pour a little bit over your head here and there to cool downperiodically

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 11:34:04AM
2,730 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

It depends on the state, but here in Pa, they can fire you for whatever reason they like. If you think it's unjust, you have to prove it yourself. That's why I tell everyone to never sign a write up. If you do, and then try to say it was unjust, they'll say "well, you signed it, therefore you must have agreed it was wrong."

If you don't sign it, they will turn it into your file anyway, but when you complain about how you were fired, you can say argue your case more solidly.

They might have hired you with them, but didn't like them, or have gotten complaints from customers. They'll probably officially fire you for other little things you did or didn't do, but the underlying reason will be your hair.

NEVER SIGN A WRITE UP

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 11:30:53AM
2,730 posts



That's what I was just thinking. And I get using a needle to sew in extensions, but the sewing machine is just a little overkill

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 12:49:17AM
2,730 posts

Questioning Equal opportunity employment.


General Talk

Woah. I worked in the food industry too. Never had a real problem with my locks, but as far as not covering. That's kind of gross. If I work with food, I cover my hair. It usually acts like a natural hair net, but that doesn't change the fact that we all shed hair. Especially if you work in a high end restaurant. I'm telling you, if I found out that the cooks at a place I go to had long hair and did not wear hair nets, I'd stop going. Straight or locked

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 12:38:51AM
2,730 posts

dry scalp


Introduce Yourself

have you tried oils? Tea tree and Rosemary are good for Dandruff. Mix a few drop in with your soap for a few washes, and you should be good to go. Also, a spray bottle with some Tea Tree, Jojoba oil, and water will help moisturize your scalp

Baba Fats
@baba-fats
01/31/12 12:13:26AM
2,730 posts

itchy sore scalp


Dread Maintenance

I just though of it. You know what would also help... Get a second spray bottle and again fill it with pure water, but mix a little sea salt into this one. A little while before you shower, spray your scalp with this mixture. It'll suck a lot for a few seconds because salt on wounds is never fun, but it does help clean them and sanitize them. When you wash, rinse really well. get all the salt out. You'll feel much better. the salt will clean the sores and leave your head feeling kind of tingly, but not so itchy. Do this ever time you wash for a week or so. By the end, the itchies will be gone and the scabs will be healing right along.

Stick with your locks. We've all been through itchy phases. It's part of the process. They do end

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