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Tom Hardy Addresses Charlize Theron 'feud' & Shows Off Tattoos In Shirtless Cover Photo For Esquire Magazine [photo] : Film : Mstarz

Inside the magazine, a profile of the talented actor takes on a rumored feud between him and Charlize Theron that apparently came up during the 2012 filming of Mad Max: Fury Road. Like Us on Facebook "That's disappointing," the 36-year-old actor said when he was told of the rumor. "I think she is f****** awesome. I think she's incredible. I think she's one of the most talented actresses of our generation." He added: "But it's very interesting, the concept of what danger is, and this has nothing to do with Charlize of Mad Max, actually, but this has to do with life in general." Hopefully the rumors of this feud will dissipate after Hardy cleared them up in this new interview. "I don't feel very manly," Tom said in regards to the roles he plays and how the public perceives him. "I don't feel rugged and strong and capable in real life, not how I imagine a man ought to be.So I seek it, to mimic it and maybe understand it, or maybe to draw it into my own reality. People who are scary, they terrify me, but I can imitate them." He continued: "I'm not a fighter.
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Rejecting the Stereotypes Against Tattoos in the Workplace - The Rotunda Online : Features

It cannot be denied, however, that noticeable prejudice toward job applicants with tattoos still exists. There are many reasons why a person might decide to get a tattoo. In most cases, the intent is either artistic expression or a symbol with sentimental value or perhaps both. The attitude of the tattoo should reflect on the attitude of the person, just as a graphic T-shirt or other clothing or adornment might reflect on who someone is. If the shirt is obscene or offensive, it reflects badly and one could say fairlyon a persons work ethic and personality. If it is a beautiful shirt, however, or a nice jacket or a necklace that has been passed down through the family, the message is something else entirely. The subject matter of the tattoo is what should reflect on a person, not the fact that it exists.
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