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is looking to fill this vacancy 25/03/09

 

We urgently require a party Dj for Tenerife.

 

You must be expierienced, no wannabe's or bedroom mixers

 

You must be confident on a microphone

 

As the venue is a SCOTTISH bar you must be SCOTTISH

 

yes thats right we require a SCOTTISH Dj

 

please do not apply if you are not SCOTTISH

 

to apply send the following to us

 

your CV, Picture and tell us why you want to work in tenerife's No1 SCOTTISH venue

do not simply send links to myspace, facebook etc

 

 

 

Location

Tenerife

 

 

 

Nik

 

 

 

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There are exception to discrimination laws, this may well be covered by one of the exceptions.

Common sense has to prevail at times, just think of other examples.

Would the Chipendales be expected to employ a 28 stone 55 year old?, what about male staff in an Ann Summers shop?

I think sometimes the racist and sexist cards get played just because somebody feels like the devils advocate.

 

At the end of the day it is somebody that is trying to run an authentic Scottish bar.

 

Jim

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According to British law, racial group means "any group of people who are defined by reference to their race, colour, nationality (including citizenship) or ethnic or national origin

Source: http://www.cps.gov.uk/publications/prosecu...rrpbcrbook.html

 

Probably illegal, but it is a Scottish Bar, out of the UK - so unlikely to hire and soft pansy southerners like me! :D

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In a sad pathetic country like England the owner would probably be arrested and either fined or jailed. In Tenerife I doubt they care. So some bar owner wants a Scottish DJ for a Scottish Bar, sounds perfectly reasonable to me.

 

Even in England it can be done. Ever seen a White person working in an indian restaurant. I've been to curry houses all over the UK and have never seen one.

 

When I was in Thailand you had to pay to go to the toilet. They had a price for Thais and a higher price for Farang, Thai for foreigner. I didn't feel offended in the slightest. Some people are way too sensitive.

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I would point out that my response was to the question "is this ad legal?". I didn't say whether I agree with the law or not. :xmas:

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I would point out that my response was to the question "is this ad legal?". I didn't say whether I agree with the law or not. :xmas:

Nik didn't mention where the ad was advertised, it may be advertised where there are no discrimination laws.

Jim

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