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Tank tops NOT allowed at Dept of Motor Vehicles

 
islandjoan
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hey everyone,

Just wanted to share a VERY important tip that might save newbies lots of time and grief at Motor Vehicles: Shirts with sleeves must be worn at the Dept of Motor Vehicles!! NO TANK TOPS or you will be turned away.

When I first heard this I thought it couldn't possibly be true but I have since learned that it IS true (not from personal experience but several people have confirmed this)

Not sure if this applies to both men and women and not sure if this applies only if you are going for a license, but I thought it was worth sharing.

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Topic starter Posted : September 21, 2007 6:41 pm
Betty
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Actually there are about 5 or 6 things on the list that are not allowed. Dressing business casual is your best option.

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Posted : September 21, 2007 8:18 pm
Trade
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I never knew that. Now if they'd only force some etiquette rules on that one lady who is consistently rude (STT) I wouldn't mind their dress code.

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Posted : September 21, 2007 10:00 pm
Alexandra
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I've haven't been turned away from the DMV on STX when wearing a tank top. I don't wear shirts with sleeves here, it just gets too sweaty if you don't have airflow and you're outside a lot. Not everyone works in highly A/C'd government offices and can tolerate long sleeves and a jacket.

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Posted : September 21, 2007 10:29 pm
DUN
 DUN
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Hi Alex,
It`s been awhile, how are you!
You do know how to operate those sophisticated government A/C controls found in many (if not all) government offices, don`t you?
Windows, you open when too cold, close when too hot!
I know a certain government office that has the window open just right!
It is tough being a human thermostat but, someone has to do it & then draw a paycheck when retired from that job from the GERS.

I think the government should invest in new windows, they could hire a well connected contractor, who neither has the manpower nor the equipment(lets not get crazy,forget about paying the WAPA bill as it is after all priority one not to), since hot air rises, they could raise the windows(or lower the floors).
This would work particularly well in the legislature building has they have quite dense hot air.
Imagine the thermal removal of this hot air, coupled with the current BTU A/C capacity therein, we could turn the legislature building into a large, walk in freezer, & form a frozen food co-op!
We could then install a underground building for the legislature, & use the abundant heat that rises has a thermo heat generator & put that towards the WAPA bill
Just a thought...

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Posted : September 22, 2007 1:44 am
Teresa
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I miss these family chats...Sigh

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Posted : September 22, 2007 4:49 am
Trade
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Dun, I think Chucky Hansen's husband is available for that job.

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Posted : September 22, 2007 12:16 pm
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