Revision history for BalconyViewMJR


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Last edited on 2009-01-18 19:18:36 by MonicaRawlings
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The first paragraph, are my own thoughts, so they do have strong emotions, and they are biased because it is a situation that I encountered not looking at other's points of view. It was harder to write the second version because I don't want to admit that maybe there could be another side to the situation I experienced. The third paragraph seemed to be the most objective because it was from someone not in the argument's point of view.
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The first paragraph, are my own thoughts, so they do have strong emotions, and they are biased because it is a situation that I encountered not looking at other's points of view. It was harder to write the second version because I don't want to admit that maybe there could be another side to the situation I experienced.


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Edited on 2009-01-18 19:17:15 by MonicaRawlings
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When I walked into the golf course, there was a huge line. It was really hot outside, but I wanted to play mini golf anyways. As I waited, the girl at the counter seemed to be working at a good pace, but still there was a long line. A man came running out of the back office and went right up to the girl working the counter. He began to scold her about something that a previous customer had done. The girl, looking flustered handing the next woman in line her change and continued onto the next customer. The man stormed away, he didn’t look happy.
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===When I walked into the golf course, there was a huge line. It was really hot outside, but I wanted to play mini golf anyways. As I waited, the girl at the counter seemed to be working at a good pace, but still there was a long line. A man came running out of the back office and went right up to the girl working the counter. He began to scold her about something that a previous customer had done. The girl, looking flustered handing the next woman in line her change and continued onto the next customer. The man stormed away, he didn’t look happy.


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Edited on 2009-01-18 19:16:46 by MonicaRawlings
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===When I walked into the golf course, there was a huge line. It was really hot outside, but I wanted to play mini golf anyways. As I waited, the girl at the counter seemed to be working at a good pace, but still there was a long line. A man came running out of the back office and went right up to the girl working the counter. He began to scold her about something that a previous customer had done. The girl, looking flustered handing the next woman in line her change and continued onto the next customer. The man stormed away, he didn’t look happy.
===Notes and Reflections===
The first paragraph, are my own thoughts, so they do have strong emotions, and they are biased because it is a situation that I encountered not looking at other's points of view. It was harder to write the second version because I don't want to admit that maybe there could be another side to the situation I experienced.
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When I walked into the golf course, there was a huge line. It was really hot outside, but I wanted to play mini golf anyways. As I waited, the girl at the counter seemed to be working at a good pace, but still there was a long line. A man came running out of the back office and went right up to the girl working the counter. He began to scold her about something that a previous customer had done. The girl, looking flustered handing the next woman in line her change and continued onto the next customer. The man stormed away, he didn’t look happy.


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Edited on 2009-01-18 18:58:11 by MonicaRawlings
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His perspective
What a great day for people to play golf, I thought before I rotated on my roll chair to look out the window. I had been answering emails all morning long and as I starred out the window, I saw a woman, holding a baby carrier with a child inside towards a golf cart. There is no way she is getting in the cart, I thought, because we have a strict policy on children at this course. The woman got in the cart and I could only stare because how could someone endanger their child’s life like that? I then got up from my chair and when straight to the counter where my employee was swamped with customers. (maybe if she worked faster their wouldn’t be such a long line) I then asked her nicely why she let her on the course she responded that she was really busy with customers and that there was nothing she could do. I made a mental note, send out another email about our policies, and if they don’t start to be enforced, people will start loosing their jobs. Then I turned around and walked away.
===Balcony Perspective===
When I walked into the golf course, there was a huge line. It was really hot outside, but I wanted to play mini golf anyways. As I waited, the girl at the counter seemed to be working at a good pace, but still there was a long line. A man came running out of the back office and went right up to the girl working the counter. He began to scold her about something that a previous customer had done. The girl, looking flustered handing the next woman in line her change and continued onto the next customer. The man stormed away, he didn’t look happy.
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What a great day for people to play golf, I thought before I rotated on my roll chair to look out the window. I had been answering emails all morning long and as I starred out the window, I saw a woman, holding a baby carrier with a child inside towards a golf cart. There is no way she is getting in the cart, I thought, because we have a strict policy on children at this course. The woman got in the cart and I could only stare because how could someone endanger their child’s life like that? I then got up from my chair and when straight to the counter where my employee was swamped with customers. (maybe if she worked faster their wouldn’t be such a long line) I then asked her nicely why she let her on the course she responded that she was really busy with customers and that there was nothing she could do. I made a mental note, send out another email about our policies, and if they don’t start to be enforced, people will start loosing their jobs.


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Edited on 2009-01-18 18:53:52 by MonicaRawlings
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===His Perspective===
What a great day for people to play golf, I thought before I rotated on my roll chair to look out the window. I had been answering emails all morning long and as I starred out the window, I saw a woman, holding a baby carrier with a child inside towards a golf cart. There is no way she is getting in the cart, I thought, because we have a strict policy on children at this course. The woman got in the cart and I could only stare because how could someone endanger their child’s life like that? I then got up from my chair and when straight to the counter where my employee was swamped with customers. (maybe if she worked faster their wouldn’t be such a long line) I then asked her nicely why she let her on the course she responded that she was really busy with customers and that there was nothing she could do. I made a mental note, send out another email about our policies, and if they don’t start to be enforced, people will start loosing their jobs.


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Edited on 2009-01-18 18:44:48 by MonicaRawlings
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Edited on 2009-01-18 18:44:01 by MonicaRawlings
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