Framing the Dialogue

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The Question Behind The Question

I probably should have read this book before I recently quit my job.  I don’t think it would have ultimately changed my mind, but it may have helped me deal with the stress better and to have come to my decision to leave much sooner;

“Does what we say about our organization while we are at work match what we say at home?  It it’s positive at work and negative a few hours later at home, we have a choice to make.  Here’s an idea we should all consider:  Believe or leave.”

News Briefs – Volume II

ankle-braceletBrief 1:  The first story is about a convicted sex offender being paroled after first receiving what seems to be a minimal sentance for a crime where he “broke into the woman’s residence on Sept. 21, 2007. He dragged her upstairs by her hair and tried to rape her. When she resisted, he forced her to perform a sex act.”  You can all feel comfortable with our court system as the creep plead guilty to burglary and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse receiving 11.5 months to 23 months for the burglary and probation for the sexual assault.  It should be noted that the judge was a female who later paroled the sexual predator after serving only the minimum sentence.