sitting in was: 'drunk-o-meter'
Thu Nov 18 13:53:12 EST 2004
Then again.....I wouldn't mind if someone walked up to George W and said,
"Mind if I sit in for a while?".
OK...slap me...I'm not fully awake yet.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Nunis" <thebluescaster@YAHOO.COM>
Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2004 12:41 PM
Subject: Re: sitting in was: 'drunk-o-meter'
> How many other professions have the practice of allowing a total stranger
> to walk up and take over your job just because they ask to?
> Can you imagine the response from a teacher, or a barber, or a cop, or a
> chef, or an actor, if someone just walked up to them in the middle of
> job and said something like "Hey, mind if I join in"?
> It may not always turn out to be a bad thing, but what exactly is the
> premise for doing it?
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