Oh look, he can get a job now….was that mean? I'm not trying to be mean, but let's face it, it's hard to find employment when you have that many tattoos…unless it's actually working at a tattoo parlor. Oh the wonders of that well applied make up can do!
Not mean, because if you watch the video, he actually jokes that he could go interview for a job now, or prank a friend! But he is an artist/actor who works in freakshows/sideshows, so this is part of his life personally and professionally I suppose.Dan has tons of tattoos, but he won't get any that are visible while wearing a business suit; he is opposed to tattoos on hands and face and other places that can't be covered professionally, unless you're a tattoo artist or celebrity musician or something where you can get away with it.
His name is Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy and his tattoos are his job, for modelling and what not. Surely you've seen him in that one Lady Gaga music video... haha I think its odd people get judged by their tattoos even if they are fully covered, because as you can see from the video he's actually quite the sweet heart.
I work in a corporate office, and there is a girl who has a little foot tattoo that she puts a bandaid over every time she wears shoes that don't cover it! She's scared to be judged for a little star on her foot.I don't see anything wrong with body modification; it's freedom of expression and speech. If he was out there complaining about not being able to get a job in a traditional setting, then he might not have as much of a leg to stand on because of his choices. But it's obvious to me that he has a career (hello, makeup sponsorship, Lady Gaga, etc.!) and is happy with his choices, which I respect. :)