callers, (Curiously, when I actually met him, he seemed much more subdued.)
"But, within time, watch those numbers dissipate" At the rate things are going, perhaps my middle aged yet unborn grand children may see something different, but not much sooner. I don't expect there to be a rapid tipping point as there has been in the legalization of same sex marriage. Furthermore, I don't expect to seean openly gay Fortune 500 CEO ANY time soon(http://www.fa-mag.com/news/gay-advocates-await-fortune-500-s-jason-collins-14272.html): "As it stands today, there is not a single “out” gay CEO in the Fortune 500, or even the Fortune 1000, according to gay rights advocates and diversity issue experts."
alifornia's voter-appproved ban on same-sex marriage should stand or fall.
The passage of Proposition 8 last November changed the state constitution to prohibit gay marriage and trumped the high court's decision as few months earlier to legalize it. But the ballot measure was appealed and the justices on Thursday are getting the final word on whether marriage is an institution that must accommodate two women or two men.
The debate will be framed by not only the gay and lesbian couples who see their struggle as the modern equivalent of prohibitions on interracial marriage, but the 7 million citizens who rejected that comparison in an $83 million election.
The stakes are high — for the 18,000 couples who married while same-sex weddings were legal, for gay marriage opponents who object on religious grounds and for others who are deeply divided on the issue. And whatever the court decides is likely to have ramifications not only for millions of Californians but also for other states grappling over gay marriage. More here.…
rn up , hip hugger jeans, long straight hair, peace signs, sandals and no makeup as well as protesting the "establishment", war and trying to get pot legalized. You may be right, we thought we were. "Love beads" were a fashion statement. LOL. non conformist was a household word. You are on target with the rest of it and maybe everybody will be tated and pierced. If you are i can go back to those jeans and love beads. :)
Sarah White said:Ok everyone - just think logically - in 15 years this all won't matter because those of us that are all tatted and pierced up will be running the show - HA HA Boomers who hate all this stuff....Having a tat or piercing or manipulation somewhere in your body has nothing to do with how well you can do your job and has everything to do with self expression and individuality. The conformity police that thinks everyone should look/be the same (um...boomers) and then the socialist group wants mommy and daddy (ie Government) to come in and save the world and protect us from being who we want to be.Moral of the story -1. This guy just needs to set his profile on FB/Myspace to private like the rest of us do2. The manager is a pompous jerk who deserves not to get a top employee anyway3. People on here love to get the chance to talk politics (ie government regs) every chance they get - ITS ABOUT A TATTOO PEOPLE4. Soon, Gen Y'ers will rule the world and then you will be looked at funny when you come in wearing a suit/tie to an interview (YEA!)