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August 10, 2010

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Gayle Samuelson Carpentier

I absolutely agree - in my professional life at TechSoup Global, we strive to keep the interest and desires of our donating companies to be in balance with our own mission and NPO needs. Even though it sounds totally ridiculous, there are times when we say "not working - sorry time for you to leave the program". There can be lots of reasons, but I'd love it if we would be able to admit not every one fits every where.

I look forward to hearing what action, if any, is taken against the assaulting passenger.

Dotcalm

That's a big reason why stores don't "bust people" for poor parking habits - fire lane parking, taking two spots, in handicapped spot when one isn't handicapped, or parking on yellow lined areas next to handicapped spots so they can't have ease of exit those lines are meant to create.
Stores don't want to tick off "bad" customers, so they'll let them do what they want and annoy others...
He did not have the right to act poorly, but he did have a reason - both parties need to be addressed for their behavior - an employee that feels his boss has his back is worth a dozen that don't!

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