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Sheriff's dept. bans visible tattoos - Video

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Video on msnbc.com: A Minnesota man was recently rejected for a job with the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office because the tattoos on his arms violated department policy. KARE's Dave Berggren reports.

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As far as I know the military has done this for awhile and many other companies do this as part of their dress code/moral code. I don't see anything wrong with it. We don't need law enforcement and military looking like gang members.

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How Penis Piercings Can Ruin Sexual Sensitivity: 'That Sex Show' - NewNowNext

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How Penis Piercings Can Ruin Sexual Sensitivity: 'That Sex Show'
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Watch above as Joseph calls in to the fine folks at That Sex Show to talk about how his Jacob's Ladder piercing (look here if you want, very, very NSFW) ruined his sex life.
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Amanda Bynes Shows Off Double Cheek Piercings! | tooFab.com

Amanda Bynes Shows Off Double Cheek Piercings! | tooFab.com | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
Oh, Amanda Bynes how you've changed over the years! On Wednesday, the troubled actress tweeted a brand new picture showcasing both of her cheek piercings…
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Love who YOU ARE and What YOU CAN BE with Body Piercings

Love who YOU ARE and What YOU CAN BE with  Body Piercings | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it

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Mark Cruz's curator insight, March 28, 2013 2:52 AM
There are many body ink designs and places to put them on your body. But, so far the most popular body art design for a woman is the lower back tattoo. Almost one out of three women want to have a lower back tattoo. It is very hard to find some unique designs of body art for the lower back. Most sketches found on the free gallery of many websites are very old and outdated. You will not find any unique sketches of lower back tattoos in the free album s of most tattoo parlors or studios. But you can find them on this website.
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Tattoo Culture Along the Texas-Mexico Border | PRI's The World

Tattoo Culture Along the Texas-Mexico Border | PRI's The World | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
Tattoos are symbols of identity and self-expression: they can represent attachment to another person or a place. These are trying times at the US-Mexican border, and many of the tattoo designs there reflect that life, as The ...
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Tattoos of the stars - Windsor Star

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Windsor Star Tattoos of the stars Windsor Star Singer Miley Cyrus reportedly has 18 tattoos including "Just Breathe” tattooed on the left side of her rib cage; “LOVE” on the inside of her right ear; a small outline of a heart on her right pinkie...
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Famous People's Awesome Literary Tattoos – Flavorwire

Famous People's Awesome Literary Tattoos – Flavorwire | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
We're all about literary tattoos here at Flavorwire, and we've even rounded up famous authors with ink, but what about the combination? After all, surely some of our favorite celebrities (and even some of our not-so-favorite ...
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Teens and Technology 2013 | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

Smartphone adoption among teens has increased substantially and mobile access to the internet is pervasive. One in four teens are “cell-mostly” internet users, who say they mostly go online using their phone.
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Teens and Technology 2013 | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

Smartphone adoption among teens has increased substantially and mobile access to the internet is pervasive. One in four teens are “cell-mostly” internet users, who say they mostly go online using their phone.
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Love and Marriage

Love and Marriage | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
This posting explores statistics about marriage rates, median age at first marriage and attitudes about marriage. Although the marriage rate is at a record low, most never-married Americans say they would like to marry.
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For Millennials, Parenthood Trumps Marriage

For Millennials, Parenthood Trumps Marriage | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
Today’s 18 to 29 year olds – members of the so-called Millennial Generation – see parenthood and marriage differently than today’s thirty-somethings (members of Generation X) did back when they were in their late teens and twenties, according to a...
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The Decline of Marriage And Rise of New Families

The Decline of Marriage And Rise of New Families | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
The pre-eminent family unit of the mid-20th century—mom, dad and the kids—no longer has the stage to itself. A variety of new arrangements have emerged, giving rise to a broader and evolving definition of what constitutes a family.
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Man with tattoos and piercings all over his body | Interesting Things

Man with tattoos and piercings all over his body | Interesting Things | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
A heavily tattooed and pierced man who goes by the name The Creature says his appearance is so bizarre that even his five-year-old daughter is scared of him. Marcus Boykin is a tattoo artist and body piercer who has turned his body into a ...
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For centuries men and women fought and died for freedom of expression. Who are Miliband and Clegg to throw it away?

For centuries men and women fought and died for freedom of expression. Who are Miliband and Clegg to throw it away? | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it

Today our MPs will vote on one of the most vital issues to have come before this Parliament — the future of our free Press. 

By now there can be few people in Britain who do not know the background to the phone-hacking scandal, and few who do not share the widespread revulsion at the shameful wrongdoing of a handful of newspapers. 

But what is at stake today transcends the entirely justifiable outrage of the victims of phone-hacking.

Tragically, the victims’ cause has been hijacked by a group of activists who do not have our democracy’s best interests at heart. 

The Hacked Off campaigners, who demand statutory regulation of the Press, deny that they are would-be censors. But these self-appointed crusaders miss the crucial point that once we move towards statutory regulation, something precious will have been lost for ever. 

For more than 300 years, Britain has taken pride in its tradition of a free Press, independent from the authority of the State, holding the powerful to account and uncovering the secrets that our political masters would prefer to keep hidden. 


A free press is one of the central pillars of our democracy

Yet, if Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and their allies in the Hacked Off campaign should prevail, the Press will be regulated by statute for the first time since the aftermath of the Glorious Revolution of 1688. 

To anyone who cares about Britain’s tradition of political and intellectual liberty, this is a deeply disturbing prospect. For the principle of a free Press is not merely an airy abstraction. It is one of the central pillars of our democracy. 

One of the most extraordinary things about the rush towards statutory regulation is that our politicians seem so oblivious to our history. Indeed, Ed Miliband even believes it is time for Britain to ‘break with the past’. 

 

  
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LinkedIn Poll: Piercings & Facial Tattoos Gain Career Acceptance

LinkedIn Poll: Piercings & Facial Tattoos Gain Career Acceptance | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
The results of a completely unscientific LinkedIn Poll regarding facial piercings and tattoos surprised me. Of the 271 LinkedIn members who responded, 123 (45%!) said they would hire a person with piercings or facial tats for ...
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Is the modern western lifestyle responsible for the increase in autism?

Is the modern western lifestyle responsible for the increase in autism? | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
(NaturalNews) There have been literally hundreds of research projects looking into the possible causes of autism. Many have linked autism to vaccines, diet and chemicals in our environment. Others have linked autism to ...
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Alecia Koontz's comment, March 5, 2014 8:37 AM
Not all of the bizarre theories said to cause autism, can actually cause it. However, one of the theories, being the MMR vaccine, has had anecdotal evidence to prove the theory correct. There are many stories told by parents about how their child had gotten the MMR vaccine and shortly after, began showing signs of autism like behavior. Upon getting the shot, it was reported that children were having high temperatures and then either getting rashes, or something even having seizures. After these syptoms passed, parents reported that these children began to miss their developmental milestones and a lot of their personalities began to alter. Eventually, the children showing theses symptoms were later diagnosed with autism.
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Hayden Panettiere talks Wladimir Klitschko, motherhood and tattoos in Glamour ... - Newsday

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The actress said that her tattoo (as seen in the cover photo above) means “live without regrets” in Italian, and admitted that “it's misspelled ...
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cherub tattoos | Doll

cherub tattoos | Doll | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
cherub tattoos. Posted on April 3, 2013 by mimik. I'm getting close to the end with these fellows. I just checked back and I'd cut them out, dyed the fabric and even sewed some of them up, a YEAR ago!
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Misreading Millennials - Reason.com

Misreading Millennials - Reason.com | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
The politics of a rising generation

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Kathleen Klompien's comment, April 3, 2013 8:38 PM
Again, here too, you'll want to check out the bias of this site. Who is behind it? Who's making these claims.
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Young Voters Key In Obama's 2012 Win : NPR

Young Voters Key In Obama's 2012 Win : NPR | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
The Pew Research Center has a new analysis of the role young voters played in the 2012 presidential election.
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Young Voters Supported Obama Less, But May Have Mattered More

Young Voters Supported Obama Less, But May Have Mattered More | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
In winning reelection, Barack Obama won 60% of the vote among those younger than 30. That was down somewhat from 2008, when Obama won nearly two-thirds (66%) of
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CSU Channel Islands students rally in support of marriage equality

CSU Channel Islands students rally in support of marriage equality | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
The event at the Camarillo university was organized by a mix of political groups, including the CI College Democrats, CI College Republicans, Young Americans for Liberty at CSUCI and Spectrum.
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Letters, E-Mail, Texts — What’s Next?

Letters, E-Mail, Texts — What’s Next? | Millennial Research Paper | Scoop.it
Letters are dead. E-mail outdated. Text messages so passé. What's going on with how we communicate?
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Marriage Rate Declines and Marriage Age Rises

A new Pew Research Center report analyzes trends in marriage rates, age at first marriage and number of new marriages. It finds that barely half of U.S. adults are married, continuing a downward trend.
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