Ride The Pepper.
Cool stuff!And because I know you're not likely to see my response to your comment (once I've done that (because I haven't yet)), I have one thing I want to mention:Your theory of asking works when you're dealing with fully formed adults in a job that, as jobs go, they want to have. It does not work, however, when you're dealing with kids 17-23. They need explicit language. I will never forget when the front end manager "asked" one of the employees to do something and she just said right out, "No, I don't want to do that." He turned around and said, "Let me re-phrase that: Go do . And if I ever have to re-phrase anything to you again, that will be your last day here."It's a completely different world, and young people tend to need a lack of ambiguity. Or enough of them do that it's safer just to leave it out.
You're right about the ages. I agree with that.
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