Teaching Smart vs. not LO13747

Stever Robbins (stever@verstek.com)
Wed, 28 May 1997 10:18:23 -0400

Replying to LO13686 --

At 10:56 pm 5/20/97 -0700, you wrote:
>AFTER WORK the men would unwind by practicing THINKING
>and ACTING together in the chorus or on the village green while they
>marched together performing in harmony.

>Since I'm a pagan...

I certainly know that part of my experience of this not working here in
the States is that work environments do very little to help people learn
to deal with difference. I haven't socialized with people in my workplace
primarily because I'm gay, and while it's never been a problem, it
certainly doesn't make for my feeling like one of the crowd. On top of
that, I don't care for hiking or baseball, which eliminates most of the
things my workplace has ever tried to use to bring us together.

Then again, I'm now working as an independent consultant, so maybe it's
all for the best :-)

- Stever

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