There was no way they were putting themselves in danger.
Not Helping Those In Need
When I was a call receiver for AAA emergency roadside service we had a script we had to read for every call. In this script, it would offer “suggestions” based on what type of service was being requested. Need a tire change, we were made to offer to bring you to a local mechanic to sell you new tires.
I would frequently get a talking to because my call times were “too short.” I am sorry, I thought these people were calling because they are broke down somewhere and need emergency service, not a sales spiel. Especially when they started the call with “My cell is about to die, please help.” (krystyana420)
I teach a college class that’s part of the core curriculum and where you’re required to get at least a C (73%) to pass. If you get a C- or D, you have to retake the class.
The head of the department told us that if a student is getting a C- or D we should just go ahead and give them an F to avoid dealing with them asking to have their grade adjusted up to a C. (bl1y)
I worked with a catering company that would sell fried chicken for larger parties/weddings. Thing is…we didn’t have a deep fryer, so where did we get the fried chicken? From the gas station down the street of course. To be fair it was amazing fried chicken, but we never told anyone where it came from because people don’t like hearing the expensive food they paid for came from a gas station. (Detoxbyretox)