Not A Meeting


This is my general interpretation of a good 90% of meetings. Sure, there are useful meetings, but they’re mostly about how to avoid the other 90%.

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CZAR: I called this meeting to discuss new faculty responsibilities, such as being freshmen bunkmates.
HOBO: This isn't a meeting.

HOBO: The term "meeting" implies we are coming together to discuss issues. In fact, you've already made your decision.
BEARD: So why waste our time hinting we might have a say? Just tell us what you've already decided.

CZAR: You raise an interesting point. What if I chair a subcommittee to explore this further?
HOBO: Could you go ahead and tell us what it decides?


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