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Stupid Rules & how to change them
Stupid rules and how to change them. Why manners are simultaneously outmoded and tired and also the best way to get anything done.
Suboptimal Rules & how to change them
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nsfw-ish unless you work where I do
this picture is illegal.
this picture breaks the rules
Why can’t I use a cell phone in the library?
Why don’t we allow ________ in the library?
Why can’t I leave a DVD in the book drop?
Why can’t we write the name of the movie in the newspaper?
Why do we have to be quiet?
Why aren’t we open on Sundays?
Re-evaluating rules lets you recommit to the ones that you think are truly important Having a procedure for re- evaluating rules lets the system self-regulate... somewhat.
The enforcer != the rulemaker No one cares about you Don't be afraid to ask why Have a (polite) posse Choose your battles
Assume everyone just came from the dentist. Give everyone a graceful out. Don't be in a hurry. most of all
Choose the right picture
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Cool Tools In the Office. Be Respectful, Polite, and Let Mrs. Pantages Know You Are There Everyone is welcome—don’t be afraid to ask questions! Wait your.
Welcome to the NSCC Library. Reading levels:
Welcome to the NSCC Library. Reading levels: A pink label means the book includes audio.
Welcome to the NSCC Library. Call number Photo courtesy of Amanda Hornby, UW Libraries.
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The graph shows how questions that I have asked the people around me. Every one that I asked has a cell phone and they text a lot. Most of them text a.
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To begin with… There is only a few things I remember from my school years. I am not the person you want to rely on to remember something important. but.
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