Stacy Snider did nothing wrong. I need to get that out of the way before I start. She is a mother of two, and obviously a strong willed person for going to school, not to mention actually do an above average job, with the distraction of taking care of an entire family. Was the ruling wrong in my opinion? Without a doubt in my mind. We can’t all just pretend that everyone around us are the most perfect, unflawed humans and that at the first look at another that is unperfect, or actually “human”, we should become appalled and immediately over-react to ‘teach them to become moral human beings just like us’. It takes a certain level of ignorance to sit there and believe everyone should fit a certain standard and be without flaw. I can feel the pretentiousness oozing out of those in high standing, like they can even be human once they reach a certain level of public view. That entire courtroom must have suffered from an extreme outbreak of superiority complexes. But that is beside the point I guess.
“Is there any digital forgiveness?” Not unless you’re an extremely lucky person. Maybe through some malfunction, it simply disappears but to be honest, that’s not likely. And if you are not lucky, just hope the person seeing it has a certain level of understanding, or at least enough to understand that morals are essentially a made-up thing by society. That doesn’t mean they are a bad thing, in fact they were made for everyone to convey respect towards all around them. But taking a picture with a cup and a pirate hat is hardly disrespectful or unprofessional. These days morals are being refined to a more understanding set and those not agreeing with this tend to stretch the old morals a bit too far in my opinion.
Now, it’s a different story with imbeciles who put things that is obviously just not a good idea for everyone to see as it might interfere with or contradict another part of your life. With these people it also takes a certain... [continues]
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