Transcript for Lori Greiner and Daymond John of 'Shark Tank' take on Hot Topics
We're going to ask you some crazy stuff really fast. A woman wrote to the blog to ask the manager because the parents were shocked potential employees would comment on her social media presence. Do you think looking at someone's social media account is good? We always look at their social media accounts. There's a company now, that almost like your credit report, they give you a printout of what people said in the history of social media that may be good or against them. I think that's an invasion of why do you have to look at my Twitter account? Why do you put it out there? I don't. This is what people do. It's a natural part of their lives. I have find it wonderful to get to know a person. You have to be really careful that you're not putting people out there to annoy at a potential employer. We're looking at everything. What about political views? We're all human. When you come to my house to try to get a job and bring a racist friend of yours, why are you taking pictures of him. You better not be tweeting during the hours you should be working. I'm looking at that too. Don't look at me. I think it gives you an idea of who and what a person is. Could I ask you a question? I have nieces that are teenagers and sometimes teenagers take photos they might regret. It's the norm now. Teenagers take racy photos. If you saw in college they took a racy photo, would that impact your hiring? I think you have to be smart and mindful. Parents have to teach your kids don't do dumb things on your social. Thank god it wasn't around when I was a kid. Employers may judge you. What did you say? Thank got it wasn't around when I was a kid. Were you posing naked a lot? Absolutely. You can get jobs from it too. You can be proactive. Most people's parents we're talking about have also done the same thing. This is something folks are in the last 25 years -- it's the norm. I have met people and two of them are in the audience from social media. Kara and Danielle they follow me socially and they're here today. I would have never known them if it wasn't for social media. Okay. That's interesting. Science question. Yesterday -- I love science. I love science. I want to talk about it because it's close to my heart. Yesterday the world got its first look at the first black hole ever. Now, I think it's an amazing thing. I want to tip my dreads to the genius that made this possible. She's 28. She's a computer scientist. Her name is Kate Bouman. Good for her. Young people are doing all kinds of things. They're not doing just wild and crazy things. Some are getting married. Apparently there's a new thing where men want engagement rings now. Has anyone come to y'all with male engagement rings? I love that. I think the more there's equality in every sector of our lives the better off it is. Even something down to having an engagement ring too. I agree. I know a lot of my friends and family members don't wear their wedding rings. That is a commitment. That's a way you show where you go I'm committed. Daymond is wearing his. Why do you have to show it? It's up to him to be faithful. It's symbolic. I think it's wonderful that men -- Does Steve wear one? Steve would have to have worn an engagement ring for 28 years. I'm not wearing my rings because I'm not pregnant. Why should women just get a lovely piece of jewelry? More consumerism. It's more pressure. We're trying to find -- Doesn't have to be fancy. Most people don't do regular. People want fancy. We bitch about women who want big diamonds. Will this be a trend in the opposite direction?
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