Sunday, September 25, 2005

How do I treat filthy people? Almost a bust.

Note: This is an assignment from CES 403, WSU

How do I treat filthy people? Almost a bust.

Everyone knows some filthy people do smell. I just can't withstand smelly people, I resist them as if I am wired to that idea. Is it a discrimination against filthy people? Well, by using the same logic, Let's say, I always have a gun with me (In fact I don't), employers will not employ me because they are afraid and it is a discrimination. Being dirty, it may smells, it may stain workplaces, employer need to hire a cleaning lady after the germ-man. Not doubt, it is not economical to hire a filthy person, is it? Unless filthy people save the World, which is not a good chance for it to happen. In contrast, employing minority to a company brings advantages. Talent are brought into the company without getting people uncomfortable. On the other hand, filth people do really turn down people.


Oh. I have experienced a "germ"-man (I am now very angry with him) in my community college. He smells half of the library of the entire floor. Say that again, he smells half of the library of the entire floor. It is amazing, but not fun at all. I was having a few days lack of sleep and my immune system was weak. I got sick, having fever and a running nose for few days, and screw up a small quiz in a class (very lucky). Now, "germ"-man affected my productivity. That is the reason why I generally avoid talking to filthy people.

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