I agree with you except that if people do not want those things known then they should not post them on the internet for the rest of the world to see.It's none of your business. People can lead two separate lives - work, and out of work. That they get drunk and stoned and sport fuck strangers every weekend, worship Satan or worship nothing at all, own a dozen firearms and use them regularly, or sit around and masturbate to pregnant midget transexual porn has NOTHING to do with their work habits or skill set.
Watching that + rain x in motion is one of my favorite things. It reminds me of a symphonyI didn't have my real camera with me, and even if I did, it sucks in low light... but my car got rained on tonight, and it beaded PERFECTLY. Tiny beads, like the size of some sort of plastic bead filling, covered the whole car, every surface, flawlessly.
I disagree. I know my peers I know how they act and what triggers those actions. I can get a half decent feel for a person by looking at their fb profile. Stuff that I look for is posts like "holy shit dude you missed class for the 100th time" or "Dude you were so hammered last night when you ran that traffic light"
I don't care about the shit you listed. Everyone is weird and have their things. Those things just differ person to person
I find it unacceptable to use this information to influence hiring decisions. Get to know someone in an interview, that's how it's been done for decades, and it's worked just fine. This is tracking down someone's personal life, and it may be publicly placed on the Internet, but you know full well it isn't meant for you to be looking at, and sure as hell isn't meant to be used for employment decisions. It'd be like following them on their off time to find out how they spend that time, it's just so much easier now that the Internet exists.I agree with you except that if people do not want those things known then they should not post them on the internet for the rest of the world to see.