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In honor of my favorite roller coaster and Diamondback is also my nick-name, I decided to get a tattoo that says Diamondback. Also Diamondback is the one of the reasons why I love roller coasters so much. So this is my tattoo, tell me what you think of it! :) 

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I don't think Patrick is too happy with it :D 

I like it! When I get my next one...it'll be something of Diamondback I'm sure since it's where I started working.

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14 hours ago, chugh43 said:

I don't think Patrick is too happy with it :D 

I like it! When I get my next one...it'll be something of Diamondback I'm sure since it's where I started working.

Marty is calling Doc about it! LOL That looks really cool!

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In honor of my favorite roller coaster and Diamondback is also my nick-name, I decided to get a tattoo that says Diamondback. Also Diamondback is the one of the reasons why I love roller coasters so much. So this is my tattoo, tell me what you think of it!  
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Wow, now that’s dedication. Major respect


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6 hours ago, matthew0813 said:


Wow, now that’s dedication. Major respect emoji1365.png


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Or things he will regret in five years?? 

How do you explain that in a job interview? 

Not sure you can!

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Or things he will regret in five years?? 
How do you explain that in a job interview? 
Not sure you can!



Probably would be hard to explain for a job interview, and I wouldn’t get one myself as I don’t want any. But since he likes DB so much he gets a tattoo for it I’d imagine he rides it much, and he would pay money for the season pass from a job he already has. True point though.
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I don't think it truly matters to anyone here aside from the OP whether or not he could explain it in a job interview. I don't think it truly matters to anyone here aside from the OP whether or not he'll regret it in 5 years. 

It was the OP's prerogative to get the tattoo and it literally affects 0 of us that he has it, so we shouldn't even be worrying about either things. 

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11 hours ago, The Bat at night said:

How do you explain that in a job interview? 

You could wear long sleeves, so it's not noticed. He can also state it's something he enjoys and is passionate about. 

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Even with employers these days, tats are not as big of a deal as they were 30 years ago.

 

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A few years ago SIX sent me a customer survey asking very detailed questions regarding my feelings about associates with tattoos.  I think it was their policy they had to be covered.  Anyone know the CF policy?  Cant say I have noticed one way or the other at CF parks.  They are not my thing, but don't bother unless they are all over the neck and face making one look like some prison gang member.

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I know it used to be the policy that they had to be covered (I thought one ride op had been nursing a leg injury for the longest time before I learned he was actually covering a tattoo).

However, I have noticed this last season that the policy limiting facial hair has been relaxed, and I believe I also saw some visible tattoos on ride ops early in the season. It is possible, though, that those individuals hadn't yet been informed. Somebody on the "inside" can probably give a better answer, as mine is purely observational. 

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As of my last stent at the park (2011), you had to be clean shaven and all tattoos and piercings (except one for women) had to be covered.

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11 minutes ago, teenageninja said:

As of my last stent at the park (2011), you had to be clean shaven and all tattoos and piercings (except one for women) had to be covered.

This remains the current policy for tattoos and piercings. Facial hair is now allowed as long as it's well groomed.

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