Education, politics, and anything else that catches my attention.
That was satire? Thanks for telling me. Anyway, you have somebody leaving something that may be a trouble to them on a social networking site, then crying about it later. I've been doing social networking for years. Know how many people I work with know about it? Not a one. And they never will, because what I do on my own time and who I choose to associate with are not appropriate to discuss in my workplace environment.I don't go to work to socialise. I go to do my job. I was hired to do specific tasks; none of that includes chatting about how I was on the piss with my mates at 4 am in a seedy establishment, or political or religious discussions, or anything not related to the task at hand. I'm not impolite about it, I simply don't spend a lot of time in idle chat. And I don't endure the aggro of running afoul of my superiors sensibilities by talking up what isn't any of their business, anyway.
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