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2013-10-13 09:25:20 AM
Oh hell it's a guy.
 
2013-10-13 09:28:01 AM
Click the link I said.  It'll be full of giggity I said.

Why....why.....why did I click that link.

Oh my poor wretched soul.
 
2013-10-13 09:28:25 AM
This article is not what I expected.
 
2013-10-13 09:28:32 AM
So were all these men his victims?
 
2013-10-13 09:29:57 AM
dayofthejedi.com
 
2013-10-13 09:30:17 AM
I guess thanks work for blocking the site based on the comments so far.
 
2013-10-13 09:31:41 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: So were all these men his victims?


I think hetero males who clicked the link were the real victims here.
 
2013-10-13 09:32:42 AM

eas81: I guess thanks work for blocking the site based on the comments so far.


It's an atricle with a bunch of pics of shiatless dudes and a couple with shirts on.
 
2013-10-13 09:33:28 AM
This was ~40 years ago. Unless it's some sort of hitchhiker super-orgy, I'm guessing those images are pretty tame.
/and lots of mustaches
 
2013-10-13 09:33:55 AM
WTFDYW: eas81: I guess thanks work for blocking the site based on the comments so far.

It's an atricle with a bunch of pics of shiatless shirtless dudes and a couple with shirts on.
 
2013-10-13 09:34:03 AM

WTFDYW: eas81: I guess thanks work for blocking the site based on the comments so far.

It's an atricle with a bunch of pics of shiatless dudes and a couple with shirts on.


From the 70s, no less.
 
2013-10-13 09:35:14 AM
i.imgur.com
i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-13 09:39:27 AM
Yeah, yeah, yeah. And if it had been photos of women, you would've just been complaining about their hair.

/never saw the point of SHAVE. DOWN. EVERYTHING
//apparently now it's a perversion if you don't
 
2013-10-13 09:39:42 AM

camelclub: Click the link I said.  It'll be full of giggity I said.

Why....why.....why did I click that link.

Oh my poor wretched soul.



Fortunately I got a blank screen but I could see it was directing to 'queer' something or other so I got the hell out of there before any ocular damage could occur.
 
2013-10-13 09:41:54 AM
#5 is/was a hottie.
 
2013-10-13 09:43:56 AM

jfarkinB: Yeah, yeah, yeah. And if it had been photos of women, you would've just been complaining about their hair.

/never saw the point of SHAVE. DOWN. EVERYTHING
//apparently now it's a perversion if you don't


Not a perversion.  Just slovenly.

/at least trim it up if you expect someone else to spend time there
//or want to show it off
 
2013-10-13 09:44:17 AM
i1280.photobucket.com
Red headed eye bleach. Use as needed.
 
2013-10-13 09:44:50 AM
One more opportunity for erotic sea ice photography passed up...damn
/personal joke
 
2013-10-13 09:48:45 AM

Chevello: HotIgneous Intruder: So were all these men his victims?

I think hetero males who clicked the link were the real victims here.


It's just a bunch of dudes with no shirts on.  Methinks you're protesting too much.
 
2013-10-13 09:49:54 AM
Kudos to him for keeping his closet closed enough to get through a career.

Too bad he had to.
 
2013-10-13 09:50:22 AM
What an early fruit picker looked like.
floridamemory.com
 
2013-10-13 09:53:11 AM
Awkwaaaard!

At least he TOLD them he was a scientist.
Showed them the rocket?
Did they play Missile Command?
Did they attempt any landings?
Craters?


/people are still reeling from subby's trap to joke?
 
2013-10-13 09:57:32 AM
Wow, y'all. It's a few pictures of guys without a shirt on. That's not so horrifying. Haven't you ever been swimming?
 
2013-10-13 09:59:03 AM
Dammit Subby
 
2013-10-13 10:00:39 AM

Whatchoo Talkinbout: Red headed eye bleach. Use as needed.


Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh.......

Thanks, needed that.
 
2013-10-13 10:07:03 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: WTFDYW: eas81: I guess thanks work for blocking the site based on the comments so far.

It's an atricle with a bunch of pics of shiatless dudes and a couple with shirts on.

From the 70s, no less.


We weren't afraid of body hair then.

I'm straight and I wasn't horrified. HuffPo had a retrospective of some dude from the 50's that did similar work commercially. They were delightfully cheesy.
 
2013-10-13 10:07:56 AM
Well, those are fine looking gentlemen.

/no homo
//okay, a little homo
 
2013-10-13 10:16:13 AM

voodoohotdog: Kudos to him for keeping his closet closed enough to get through a career.

Too bad he had to.


Too bad people no longer need to keep their private life separate from their career, and think everyone needs to know and appreciate all of their various kinks and interests and hobbies and lies/dislikes, etc ad nauseum.

Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?

I respect anyone that is willing to do that, regardless of their beliefs or whatnot, over someone who needs to seek attention, redemption, and justification amongst their peers at work.  Those later types of people are endless sources of annoyance and distraction.

Tolerance comes at the price of acting like a decent and considerate human being.  It is not something to be freely and indiscriminately to any and all.
 
2013-10-13 10:19:30 AM

omeganuepsilon: voodoohotdog: Kudos to him for keeping his closet closed enough to get through a career.

Too bad he had to.

Too bad people no longer need to keep their private life separate from their career, and think everyone needs to know and appreciate all of their various kinks and interests and hobbies and lies/dislikes, etc ad nauseum.

Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?

I respect anyone that is willing to do that, regardless of their beliefs or whatnot, over someone who needs to seek attention, redemption, and justification amongst their peers at work.  Those later types of people are endless sources of annoyance and distraction.

Tolerance comes at the price of acting like a decent and considerate human being.  It is not something to be freely and indiscriminately to any and all.


The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.
 
2013-10-13 10:21:52 AM
Some of those were actually pretty nice pictures. Kinda blurry, though. Probably using a cheap camera.
 
2013-10-13 10:23:57 AM

dv-ous: Some of those were actually pretty nice pictures. Kinda blurry, though. Probably using a cheap camera.


Holding it with one hand.
 
2013-10-13 10:25:00 AM
Know how i know youre gay subby?
 
2013-10-13 10:48:29 AM
Is this where we feel strange because we looked at photos of half naked men?

Because the showers in the gym are a safe spot from the gay menace, right?
 
2013-10-13 10:50:22 AM

I May Be Crazy But...: omeganuepsilon: voodoohotdog: Kudos to him for keeping his closet ...

The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.


Exactly.
 
2013-10-13 10:54:41 AM
I'm not a fan of the pics themselves, but it's a pretty cool premise.
 
2013-10-13 11:04:50 AM

I May Be Crazy But...: The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.


Meh, if you need a reminder of your home life while at work, you have issues.  Be you straight, gay, or a furry/brony.

Just do your work.  If you are unable, find a job that you can do.  If you are in debt up to your eyeballs and can't quit or find a different job, that's more of your problems.  If every job you wind up with ends up being populated by assholes, maybe the problem is the common denominator.....you.

But no, no, no.  It's never our fault.  It's always the bad boss, the biatchy co-worker.  We are never the problem.

/Keep in mind, it is not like I know you, just talking in generalities here, not giving you personal advice

People's insecurities and the need to converse and share personal things are the number one cause of workplace tensions.  Number two is the ability for you to do actually do your job, which boils down on the ability to pick a job that's right for you.

If we can't expect you to change and conform, you can't expect others to change and conform(can you smell the equality there?).  The best thing you can do at that time where you notice problems is to find a place where you can get along.

The most stable and successful places to work are those that keep private and career totally separate, failing that, it's where the individual makes the choice to keep it all separate.  Some others can do well for a time, but it is all dependant on people getting along, and historically speaking, that's never going to last, we are human after all.

At some point in time, you've got to come to grips with the fact that most people are either annoying or assholes.  The easiest way to get through life is to just not care what they think.  The compromise is to be considerate and try to not offend others, whatever that means.  Not for concern over what they think, but to maintain a civil atmosphere.  If you don't do your part, you can't condemn others for not doing theirs.

Most work places are centered on team work and working with other (bad)people. You can pray to win the lottery in finding a place where they are all good people in every aspect, but that is sort of a waste of time.  The very idea of teamwork is to get along with others, this nearly always takes sacrifice.

It's work.  That is an integral part of it, and why you get paid a wage.  Not only for the labor, but to be part of the team.

If you can't do the labor, you get fired.  If you can't be part of the team, you get fired.

That's the way it works.   Hoping for something else is a pipedream.   Expecting something else is a delusion.
 
2013-10-13 11:19:34 AM

omeganuepsilon: I May Be Crazy But...: The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.

Meh, if you need a reminder of your home life while at work, you have issues.  Be you straight, gay, or a furry/brony.

Just do your work.  If you are unable, find a job that you can do.  If you are in debt up to your eyeballs and can't quit or find a different job, that's more of your problems.  If every job you wind up with ends up being populated by assholes, maybe the problem is the common denominator.....you.

But no, no, no.  It's never our fault.  It's always the bad boss, the biatchy co-worker.  We are never the problem.

/Keep in mind, it is not like I know you, just talking in generalities here, not giving you personal advice

People's insecurities and the need to converse and share personal things are the number one cause of workplace tensions.  Number two is the ability for you to do actually do your job, which boils down on the ability to pick a job that's right for you.

If we can't expect you to change and conform, you can't expect others to change and conform(can you smell the equality there?).  The best thing you can do at that time where you notice problems is to find a place where you can get along.

The most stable and successful places to work are those that keep private and career totally separate, failing that, it's where the individual makes the choice to keep it all separate.  Some others can do well for a time, but it is all dependant on people getting along, and historically speaking, that's never going to last, we are human after all.

At some point in time, you've got to come to grips with the fact that most people are either annoying or assholes.  The easiest way to get through life is to just not care what the ...


Is this your official policy as head of your office's Morale Team, or just your personal thoughts on the matter?
 
2013-10-13 11:19:39 AM
I really thought this would be Feynman.

Huh.
 
2013-10-13 11:21:07 AM
Yum.  Weird to think that someone could conceivably click on the link, though, and realize they're looking at pics of their dad when he was young and hot and possibly experimenting with dudes.
 
2013-10-13 11:21:44 AM

omeganuepsilon: Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?


When in American history did a straight dude have to hide the existence of his wife and children from his colleagues?
 
2013-10-13 11:26:00 AM

spidermann: Is this where we feel strange because we looked at photos of half naked men?

Because the showers in the gym are a safe spot from the gay menace, right?


It's not the nakedness, it's the expressions on their faces looking right at you and the fact that they are posing. That feels a little creepy.

Though modern dudes would look like they have been working out if they were to be photographed without their shirt on.

The obesity epidemic has long ago wiped out the average but good-looking shirtless dudes.
 
2013-10-13 11:43:56 AM

I May Be Crazy But...: omeganuepsilon: voodoohotdog: Kudos to him for keeping his closet closed enough to get through a career.

Too bad he had to.

Too bad people no longer need to keep their private life separate from their career, and think everyone needs to know and appreciate all of their various kinks and interests and hobbies and lies/dislikes, etc ad nauseum.

Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?

I respect anyone that is willing to do that, regardless of their beliefs or whatnot, over someone who needs to seek attention, redemption, and justification amongst their peers at work.  Those later types of people are endless sources of annoyance and distraction.

Tolerance comes at the price of acting like a decent and considerate human being.  It is not something to be freely and indiscriminately to any and all.

The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.


It's nice to work for a company where having a picture of your partner on your desk raises no eyebrows at all.

/thought most workplaces were like that now
 
2013-10-13 11:44:04 AM

Whatchoo Talkinbout: [i1280.photobucket.com image 300x448]
Red headed eye bleach. Use as needed.


If you feel the need to prove how manly you are after seeing a couple of pictures of shirtless dudes...well, I don't think it's the red-head you'll be wanking off to later.
 
2013-10-13 11:58:29 AM
Shaved her  legs and then he was a she. She says, Hey babe. Take a walk on the wild side. She said, Hey honey. Take a walk on the wild side
 
2013-10-13 12:00:18 PM
play.esea.net
 
2013-10-13 12:02:45 PM

omeganuepsilon: I May Be Crazy But...: The problem is that when I put a small picture of my wife on my desk to remind me what I'm going to go home to when my job is particularly frustrating, nobody cares. If a gay guy does the same thing (replace wife with husband, of course) suddenly they're over-sharing personal information about their kinks.

Meh, if you need a reminder of your home life while at work, you have issues.  Be you straight, gay, or a furry/brony.

Just do your work.  If you are unable, find a job that you can do.  If you are in debt up to your eyeballs and can't quit or find a different job, that's more of your problems.  If every job you wind up with ends up being populated by assholes, maybe the problem is the common denominator.....you.

But no, no, no.  It's never our fault.  It's always the bad boss, the biatchy co-worker.  We are never the problem.

/Keep in mind, it is not like I know you, just talking in generalities here, not giving you personal advice

People's insecurities and the need to converse and share personal things are the number one cause of workplace tensions.  Number two is the ability for you to do actually do your job, which boils down on the ability to pick a job that's right for you.

If we can't expect you to change and conform, you can't expect others to change and conform(can you smell the equality there?).  The best thing you can do at that time where you notice problems is to find a place where you can get along.

The most stable and successful places to work are those that keep private and career totally separate, failing that, it's where the individual makes the choice to keep it all separate.  Some others can do well for a time, but it is all dependant on people getting along, and historically speaking, that's never going to last, we are human after all.

At some point in time, you've got to come to grips with the fact that most people are either annoying or assholes.  The easiest way to get through life is to just not care what the ...


FYI, your co-workers are regularly spitting in your coffee for being a self righteous douchebag.
 
2013-10-13 12:02:47 PM

BullBearMS: omeganuepsilon: Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?

When in American history did a straight dude have to hide the existence of his wife and children from his colleagues?


Hide =\= Don't mention

Small talk is the bane of productivity.

You say "hide" as if you should be ashamed of it.  Don't be, just don't let it affect the work environment, and the best way to do that is not approach the topic at all.  Goes for straight people as well, in my opinion.  That's something that people seem to continually ignore.

Yes, it's generally acceptable.  Other types want to be accepted to.  I think the presence of any sort of talk about your relationships is unprofessional and shouldn't be in the work place.  Not hidden, per se, but not discussed or presented as if it mattered in any capacity.  It is irrelevant to 99% of jobs.  Your sex, your sexual preference, your religion, your politics, your partner, your kids, your favorite sports teams, etc etc.

Everyone should just learn to keep their mouths shut about all that while at work.

I like how I offer an alternative that keeps it's nose out of everyone's business, and stops people from forcing it on others, and I'm the bad guy.

Nuclear Monk: Is this your official policy as head of your office's Morale Team, or just your personal thoughts on the matter?


My personal thoughts on keeping the workplace as neutral as possible in order to maintain professionalism and avoid conflict.

Any sort of "morale team" tends to be on the flaky side.  Mandatory fun.  80% of people think it's retarded. We shouldn't be forced to like anyone.  IF we don't and it shows, we should be fired.  If no one know's who I do and don't like, but that we work well together and get jobs done, that's optimum.

Like I said though, we're all human.  Some people will never be able, but the best we can do is watch our own behavior and stay on task as much as possible.

If you can't keep your social life away from the professional environment, that's fine by me in all actuality. When it comes time for raises and promotions, I'll be the guy who's most likely to get it.

However, if you wish for the reasons for your complaint to go away, you should work towards the more reasonable goal.  Getting people to accept your RandomOddityX is far more difficult than getting a tiny bit of self restraint from everyone.
 
2013-10-13 12:03:38 PM

MFAWG: dv-ous: Some of those were actually pretty nice pictures. Kinda blurry, though. Probably using a cheap camera.

Holding it with one hand.


spit coffee
 
2013-10-13 12:16:28 PM

omeganuepsilon: Small talk is the bane of productivity.

You say "hide" as if you should be ashamed of it. Don't be, just don't let it affect the work environment, and the best way to do that is not approach the topic at all. Goes for straight people as well, in my opinion. That's something that people seem to continually ignore.

Yes, it's generally acceptable. Other types want to be accepted to. I think the presence of any sort of talk about your relationships is unprofessional and shouldn't be in the work place. Not hidden, per se, but not discussed or presented as if it mattered in any capacity. It is irrelevant to 99% of jobs. Your sex, your sexual preference, your religion, your politics, your partner, your kids, your favorite sports teams, etc etc.

Everyone should just learn to keep their mouths shut about all that while at work.

I like how I offer an alternative that keeps it's nose out of everyone's business, and stops people from forcing it on others, and I'm the bad guy.


I take it that you're quite introverted, like me.
 
2013-10-13 12:23:05 PM

omeganuepsilon: BullBearMS: omeganuepsilon: Whatever happened to showing up for work and just working?

When in American history did a straight dude have to hide the existence of his wife and children from his colleagues?

Hide =\= Don't mention

Small talk is the bane of productivity.

You say "hide" as if you should be ashamed of it.  Don't be, just don't let it affect the work environment, and the best way to do that is not approach the topic at all.  Goes for straight people as well, in my opinion.  That's something that people seem to continually ignore.

Yes, it's generally acceptable.  Other types want to be accepted to.  I think the presence of any sort of talk about your relationships is unprofessional and shouldn't be in the work place.  Not hidden, per se, but not discussed or presented as if it mattered in any capacity.  It is irrelevant to 99% of jobs.  Your sex, your sexual preference, your religion, your politics, your partner, your kids, your favorite sports teams, etc etc.

Everyone should just learn to keep their mouths shut about all that while at work.

I like how I offer an alternative that keeps it's nose out of everyone's business, and stops people from forcing it on others, and I'm the bad guy...


Nope. You are just ignoring reality.

Discrimination against gay people is still written into US law, although DADT was repealed along with some parts of DOMA.

dl.dropboxusercontent.com

This is reality for gay people.

Straight people never have to hide their wife and kids while gay people have to hide their relationship if they don't want to put up with discrimination.
 
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