if you were to go 100MPH over a standard parking lot speed bump would you even feel it?
HAHA! Well. YES, Punk fashion DID start out as DIY. Garbage bags ribbed, then fixed with safety pins. Then, on the other hand. You got some of the original Punk fashion designers like Vivienne Westwood. Punk NOW-A-DAYS is not like it used to be. It seems much more popular. Everyone knows that style. But, the few TRUE punks do not shop t those stores. They strictly diy. Thrift stores, even out of dumpsters; get clothing and re-design it. That is my favorite! All those commercial stores that try to get that punk look are EXACTLY what TRUE PUNKS are against! Thrift stores should be the go-to place. NOT sleazy mall stores, where little kids get the idea that are so punk! It gives looks bad for those that are TRUE PUNKS. As for Dr. Martens. they actually sell ones now that look worn!!!! I mean come on! If you want to buy them looking worn already, it shows, you want to look like you've been places. When, usually those ones, you say your all about fooling people into thinking your someone else. Bottom line isscrew all those mall stores, and DIY is the ONLY true way to go! Don't pay any mine to conveyor belt production line companies, that honestly DON'T know ANYTHING about punk, or punk lifestyle!!!! -By the way, you seem to know a lot about clothing brands, and bands! For anyone with any Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Ramones, Misfits, or ANY bands for that matter.please tell me you LISTEN TO THEM!!!!
That depends on his contract. However the employer can fire someone, you can't force an employer to keep someone. What if they are loosing money? The employer may have to pay more in unemployment insurance if they fire often and a lot but the law can't prevent them from firing, unless there is some other reason which the employee can claim like a prejudice against sex etc. if you had a smart employer in the private sector that wouldn't work to often though, because it can be a matter of costs.Or finding someone else better suited for the job. Because you and many others brought up Juan and the NPR, I have to say this: The NPR gave what Juan said more exposure, interesting and probably detrimental to their purpose for firing Juan.