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In a kangaroo court, one must hop fionwe1987 Send a noteboard - 17/11/2022 03:19:02 PM

I'd say work meetings are politely (though not always) worded kangaroo courts. Or circular firing squads. One must hop in such situations.

I apologize, but I have a hard time empathizing with verb choice, when the contents of the meetings I'm hopping into and out of are infuriating and insulting to the intelligence of a two year old.

This message last edited by fionwe1987 on 17/11/2022 at 03:20:44 PM
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