You think I didn't get the job because of that post?
There are too many variables to make that statement, but there's no reason to reduce your odds when it is easy to remove these posts. Unfortunately, if nude pictures of you find their way onto the Internet, it may be very hard to remove those images once they've been posted on numerous sites. We don't know if the interviewer even bothered to look you up online. He may have passed due to your qualifications before digging any deeper. Also, if it is just an entry level job, it may have gone to a friend or family member of an employee. If you're looking for a job, raise your odds as much as possible. Also, interviewers realize most people exaggerate their qualifications, so it is hard for them to judge people fairly. To raise your odds of getting the job, do volunteer work or an internship. They're more likely to hire someone when they know what they can expect of them. Another option is to job shadow people in the field and make contacts. If I knew the type of job you are seeking, I might be able to give you more options.
Okay you're going to laugh at me, but I did not really post anything embarrassing just soething that makes me look less sharp. It was about baby pigeons and how I thought they were my best friend (in those words) I don't know if I came across as silly? I mean I thought I was just being playful I guess not
That probably had little to do with the job results, so don't stress yourself out.
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