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I wasn't trying to be rude or presumptous.

Posted by: Julie- The Gruntled Generation ( Burger King, Spartanburg, SC USA ) on October 14, 1998 at 19:23:32:

In Reply to: Not seeing any other avenues posted by Quincunx on October 13, 1998 at 19:47:09:

I wasn't trying to be rude or presumptous. My thoughts are that how would you know what I or anyone else has been through in our work experiences if you have never experienced the same type of work. As for my chat forum participants: I dont think disparaging my friends is very conducive to this argument or even has a point here. All along you have trivialized and disparaged my arguements and I have taken it with a grain of salt. As soon as I say something then I am an evil communist. My way of debating has to do with my own experiences which I don't have a problem sharing here. I was a BK crew member for 3 years before going into management. I hated my job at BK for the first few months I was there but as I got better at my job and made friends I began to like the job even more. And guess what I even became friends with the managers I worked with and we had a lot in common. Such things as hopes, dreams, money issues, and hobbies. So the issue here is does everything have to be by the text book or can we debate our personal experiences. As for me Im going to say how I feel no matter how much you trounce on me or harrangue me.


Qx: Actually, I think that her question is very rude and presumptuous. If she wants to
know then she can leave it to her little ol' chat forum participants. It's also very
irrelevent and as for your re-definition of her assumption as as "wondering" I will
have to agree with a member of another discussion forum in which she states that
"corporations increasingly utilize and encourage their brightest people to trivialize,
marginalize and dfisparage the arguments of activists in oder to furhter their aims." I'm
beginning to understand her angle. Of course, you'll claim that you posted out of
"personal interest" or some other line.

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