What would you do in this situation?
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What would you do in this situation?

San Luis Obispo : CA : USA | Mar 03, 2010 at 8:34 PM PST
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A grandparent arrives approximately thirty minutes after the meeting starts.

What are your thoughts on this topic?

Recently this was given as an assignment with a similar scenario. What are your bias's? Would it be different if it were a parent instead of grandparent? Would you have a different response if it were a single male with no kids?

It will be interesting to find out various peoples responses. Please be sure to include a little about your own background for this dilemna.

After I get enough responses I am going to report back to the instructor for the course I am taking, so thanks for adding your two cents to this discussion and providing new views that I may not have thought of.

arial is based in San Luis Obispo, California, United States of America, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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