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Old 01-24-2010, 10:16 AM
 
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It's funny, "Who are you today?" never bothered me. - I just thought they were using it to include me in the conversation.

I generally like when I am in for someone and they have time to introduce me before going to their meeting; I think it leads to better behavior. But they rarely stay long enough for it to be weird.

I did have one teacher once who was absolutely NOT happy to have a sub - they had informed her late of the meeting, and it was to run into her prep, so she was kind of protesting. She actually started the class herself while I sat at her desk, and didn't leave until almost the time I was supposed to drop the kids off at their special. She was careful to tell me it wasn't personal, but I did feel really awkward.
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