Which is worse?

Which is worse?

  • FBI Fingerprint Submission/Clearance

    Votes: 6 85.7%
  • DOT Physical

    Votes: 1 14.3%

  • Total voters
    7

sailfish

Duke of Doúchebaggery
I mean, both are compromising invasions of privacy and a waste of my time. One imposes increased physical trauma but it's temporary. The other *s you over for the rest of your life, but on the flip side once you're in the damage is done and there's less reason to get worked up about it in the future. Sigh. No matter where I go there's always something.
 

Brownslave688

You want a toe? I can get you a toe.
I mean, both are compromising invasions of privacy and a waste of my time. One imposes increased physical trauma but it's temporary. The other :censored2:s you over for the rest of your life, but on the flip side once you're in the damage is done and there's less reason to get worked up about it in the future. Sigh. No matter where I go there's always something.
You can always change your fingerprints
 

burrheadd

KING Of GIFS
I mean, both are compromising invasions of privacy and a waste of my time. One imposes increased physical trauma but it's temporary. The other :censored2:s you over for the rest of your life, but on the flip side once you're in the damage is done and there's less reason to get worked up about it in the future. Sigh. No matter where I go there's always something.

If I were to get this worked up over either think I’d find a different job
 

sailfish

Duke of Doúchebaggery

rod

Retired 19 years
Does the DOT physical still involve nothing more that fogging a mirror to see if you are still alive?
 

scooby0048

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I mean, both are compromising invasions of privacy and a waste of my time. One imposes increased physical trauma but it's temporary. The other :censored2:s you over for the rest of your life, but on the flip side once you're in the damage is done and there's less reason to get worked up about it in the future. Sigh. No matter where I go there's always something.

We need to know why you are getting fingerprinted first. Unless you have a record or submitted prints for something, a fingerprint check is nothing but a few mouse clicks on the NCIC database.
 
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