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Great question! Listen to this story.
Old 05-16-2014, 05:41 PM
 
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I work with a young teacher who was very close to our principal last year--which was the principal's first year. Every time I passed through the office, young teacher was in the P's office, yucking it up. They continued their cute doings this year. It was clear young teacher was a pipeline to the P. Then the P was overheard saying some very unfortunate things and young teacher appeared to distance herself. Recently we were having a critical lunchtime discussion and I preceded my comment by saying to young teacher, "Please don't repeat this to P."
"Why would you say that to me?" she asked.
"Because you're friends with her," I replied.
"I'm not friends with her," she avowed.
...Yesterday we were eating lunch when the P walked in, put keys and a drink in front of young teacher and said, "Thanks for letting me borrow your car. I got you a drink--they didn't have your favorite flavor so I got your second favorite."

Right. Not friends. And I trust them both implicitly. Right.
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