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Old 11-28-2017, 02:28 PM
 
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...It's like a different class before lunch and after lunch. I suspect that my tolerance for noise is weakening at that point and it just seems louder, but the class is definitely less responsive to the callback signal in the afternoon.
I find the same thing most of the time. The same class can be great in the morning, and difficult in the afternoon. I think you've got a point that our tolerance is lower, and I think their ability to hold it together is also lower. - We're all just tired by the end of the day! (I also tend to attribute some of it to the junk that passes for lunch.)

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Getting ready at the end was done one table at a time with emphasis on "watch how Silver table does it. They're going to do an excellent job". I also timed each one on a stop watch for competition, which worked. Enough time was still left...
Excellent!! I'm glad this worked for you!
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