Understanding that people are always a worse version of who they want to be is a way of loving them.
Cheers! It’s $3 Therapy night. Can’t be missed.
It’s a pretty chill neighborhood
Even if someone makes something terrible—like the music the Insane Clown Posse makes—at least they’re doing something that speaks to them. And they kept going even though people told them it was terrible. And they found their audience, and now they built a community around their work. Look, you couldn’t pay me to listen to their music, but I still feel like I have more in common with the Insane Clown Posse than I do with someone who just sits on the sidelines and shits on other people’s work and who never puts themselves on the line.
Why are we doing this? That’s where the manager is an expert, able to offer a high-level view on the ‘why’ that spans not only what the individual employee is doing but what the organization as a whole means to accomplish.
As someone who has lived in Topeka most of my life, I’ve seen plenty of people of many different races and ethnicities in Topeka wearing their pants like that.
It’s not racist. It looks trashy no matter what your race.
(this was hashtagged “racism.” I probably should have explained that.)
Ehh, if it’s not overt racism, it’s still overstepping a bit. A “No nudity” sign, or similar, ought to be enough. Or “No leggings as pants.” Just examples…