I once told the guy that hired me after a grueling interview. "You know I would like to have a lycra Superman Suit to show up in Job interviews dressed in. Copmlete with the Cape thight turnic tight tights with my gut and all. " He said "Dude I would have SO hired you without all of the vetting. "
That guy, I believe he actually would have.
My last job search for the first few inter views I showed up dressed for business. Which this is South Florida and there's probably actually only two IT shops in all of South Florida that actually has a Business attire dress code. Most guys when I'm working somewhere shows up dressed to the nines, get's "The Look" from everyone as he walks in to the room. Everyone else is dressed causal to business casual. It's hard to get a job when you in a context that you are never in. Such as wearing a business suit in your real life, someone has to die or get married for you to wear a suit. Needless to say the first two interviews went horrible. After that I said I'll wear what I damned well please to the interview. I did and I ended up with the next three job interviews acutaly competing for me.
500 fecal coliform bacteria (aka poop, shit, deuce, the brown) per liter of water is said to be safe for swimming. Personally, I prefer there to be no shit in my swimming water but accidents do happen.
100,000 fecal coliform bacteria per liter is the threshold for international recognition (by me) as an official River of Shit.
The Ganges in Varanasi checks in with a whopping 1,500,000 fecal coliform bacteria per liter. We may need to get a fecal coliform expert down here for verification, but I think that means there is more shit in this water than there is water.
Yet people travel to India to bathe in the Gange river.