Rachel, 20, is an unemployed cosmetologist. Clearly unable to find a job due to Rich People Evil Bankers (HT Instapundit).
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I think I need a tetanus shot.
Wow, ya think?
It’s because she’s reaching too high career-wise.
A picture is worth a thousand words, this picture only brings three to mind, “what is that?”
Well she’s no Bobbi Brown.
Obviously, Supply and Demand….haven’t seen much for that “look” lately.
PS: Just to point out, when media was covering Tea Party, Healthcare, and Sarah Palin rallies, they always found the looniest looking people to put forward as the typical representatives in the crowd. Now it is the Left’s turn.
I think I’m in love.
Instantly brings to my mind that 60’s garage-band classic “Are You a Boy or Are You A Girl?” Does present certain challenges when filling out a job application don’t you think?
She looks like Tattoo Barbie.
I have patient’s that come in with this look, they are usually on disability and have mental problems. They seem to have the same hair dye number in common. Then there’s this kid who is a friend of my son and he’s the nicest kid, very smart/techy(he built my computer for $30 bucks) with so many piercings on his face that if he took them out all the holes would have to be stitched closed! Sad to me….but what do I know, I’m old, lol.
And it gets worse: She’s probably on assistance (General Relief and/or Food Stamps) but has money for all the piercings, what goes in the piercings, sculpted nails, hair dye and an iPhone! I handed out GR and FS for a short while; I’ve seen it!
And who wouldn’t want her doing there makeup she look like a lovely lady *cringe*
Wow, I got really confused for a moment. I thought I read unemployed ‘COSMOLOGIST’ and said, ‘yeah, there’s alot of those unemployed these days’…Oops…Geez.
posted 10/21 705pm Texan for [None of the Above] Time.
It’s a tough curriculum though I hear, covering the various Cosmos from Kramer to Topper, and of course the famous magazine.
She looks like Moochie, but grown-up and twisted now.
OMG, you remember Moochie? Kevin Corcoran from the Disney movies. That’s awesome!
Yeah! I happened to see two Disney movies a while ago I hadn’t seen in years, “Pollyanna” and “Swiss Family Robinson” both made in 1960 with him in them. Really good movies.
Unemployed cosmetologist? The look that says “questionable aesthetics.” Poor gal, I’m so glad I’m not in my 20’s anymore. What a shame, she has a look in her eyes that suggests a flicker of innocence remains, some humor perhaps, a token 1% of what could have been. Maybe it’s not too late.
A few of those youngins’ are gonna snap out of it.
She could gag a maggot off a gut wagon. Reality has never been a strong suit of the left.
I can’t stand that button about the 99%. Well, I’m part of the 53% that pays taxes. And to make it worse, her cosmetology school was probably paid for by government employment training. I’ve seen it!
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I’ll hire her to stand out in front of my yard on Halloween.
My uncle used to have a farm and all his bulls had nose rings. Perhaps she could get a job on a farm as a cow. Then Tammy could post her picture again, with a job, on Cow Wednesday.
Although it might not be a job in her “field” but it would be a job in a beautiful green field.
Those nose rings are for the purpose of leading animals, since the nose is sensitive and the creature will follow the lead rather than rip its nose. So I find these piercings on modern people rather ironic, symbolizing, as they do, absolute submission to authority.
Think of the bacteria colonizing that nose ring. Would you want that girl to touch your hair or face? I feel nauseous. I thought it was a Halloween costume at first.
Since she’s female, shouldn’t she be called an “Occupestess”?
Yep, everything about her just screams “You want FRIES with that?”
Oh gag me…just the IDEA of her touching my food…
Underneath all that garishness, the young lady is not unattractive. She reminds me of the young female lead in the 1981 movie ‘Dragonslayer’, played by a very beautiful Caitlin Clark. All that garishness is a facade this youngster displays. Atomic Crusader is right, there is an innocence there that shines from her eyes. I wish my best for her.
I just don’t see the last few “blue hair” ladies going to this darling creature for a wash and set. Could be wrong. 😉
Okay…delayed reaction, but I’ve been workin’…I have several tattoos. I have my labret and left ear gauged. I do not, however, get tattoos below my wrists or above my collarbone because those are impossible to cover. I also don’t dye my hair some outrageously tacky neon color because that, too, is impossible to hide (good God, she looks like a walking road flare!). On the weekends, I can go to work in a t-shirt and jeans, but if I have a meeting or an interview I cover the ink, take the metal out of my face and dress appropriately because I understand that I have to prove in more ways than one that I am a responsible adult who will give 110% to whatever task I am given.
Were I a hiring manager, I would make the interview VERY short.
Bingo, AniMel, I think you just found a new career for our unemployed cosmetologist: She could be a “walking road flare” at a night construction site!
That’s about all she’d be accepted for. If I saw someone like that in my hairdresser’s place I’d turn and leave (which is saying something, the gal who does my hair is a good friend).
Just thought of yet another job for our friend: Personal hairdresser/make-up artist to Hillary Clinton. Whatever she whips up, it could only be an improvement on Hil.