Yesterday Carol, a Ross U spouse and friend, had to appear in court for a minor traffic mishap. The proceedings were recorded, by the judge, by hand! They were asked to stop every once in awhile so he could catch up! No tape recorder, never mind a person, other than the judge to write down who said what. This is a true story.
I took a small package to the post office to send to Peter. I had it nicely addressed and sealed for its journey to Canada. The little post office guy demanded that I open it. Why? I questioned. So we can see what is in it. I coolly looked him in the eye (not easy here as they avoid eye contact) and answered, "It is none of your business what is in it. The contents will be listed on the customs sticker. Its contents are the problem of the receiving post office, not yours." We went back and forth for a bit. The post master got involved and my package went off intact.
Ross University is constructing a large new building. An American firm is doing the work and have hired local workers. Many of these workers have long locks which they pile on top of their head or bind under a kerchief. There is an issue with how to perch your hard hat on top of your hair. The American safety officer is insisting the hard hat fit snug to the head, the construction workers are saying, "impossible." Dominicans are very fussy about their hair.
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