I agree to some extent, but I think even moderates on the right tend to want to force people to accept their morality and religion. For example, on same sex marriage or abortion rights.
I agree with this.
The left tends towards the principle of doing what you like as long as it doesn't harm others. I suppose conservatives would argue that too, except that two guys getting married "injures" them somehow, but leftists are just making trouble when they complain about naming that building after the guy who owned their ancestors.
But I disagree with this. The modern left tends toward the principle of doing what you like as long as it doesn't offend or have the potential for offending someone less-privileged than you.
It's the libertarians who support doing what you like as long as it doesn't harm others.
Maybe in your corner of it, homie.
I just googled M3. Strangely, not a mention of Tesla on the first page results:
BMW M3 - BMW USA
BMW M3 - Wikipedia
Take the M3 Pledge - Modere.com
BMW M3 REview - BMW M3 Price, Photos, and Specs - Card and Driver
Used BMW M3 For Sale - CarMax
BMW M3 Pricing, Reviews and New Model Information - Autoblog
BMW M3 Sedan: At a glance
2017 BMW M3 quick take: All the details - Autoweek
M3 Global Research: Medial Market Research | Physician Research
M3 on the Forbes Innovative Growth Companies List
I grew up on Okinawa, and I currently live in a heavy Hispanic state, so I do not have issues with accents and non-interaction of English as a second language. I just have an issue with poor pronunciation.
In that case, I think if you ever choose to watch it that you will be pleasantly surprised to discover that the entire dialog is comprehensible.
That is not the point. They deserve to be treated just like they treated their IT staff at Disney World. Like crap.
However, I did hear that the first one was pretty good, but the second one had parts of the movie where you could not understand the actors due to their heavy accents and guttural speech.
Except for someone who's never interacted with someone who speaks English as a second language, there should be no problems with understanding.
They are the reason I will not watch the new Star Wars movies. Once Lucas sold out to them, they became a "no longer interested" collection.
Disney's Star Wars movies are better than the last three Lucas made.
But learning professional, respectful communication should not be part of this endeavor?
What is "professional" is subjective; a matter of personal preference or opinion. As far as providing basic human respect, not badmouthing or throwing around insults, that's a fundamental skill people should have before being admitted to university.
As for respect as a high-level of reverence, such as ego stroking other people, using grandiose greetings in everyday language, politeness excessively above what is normal treatment of peers, admitting to mentors' preferences, treating professors as bosses or superiors instead of equals in everyday conversation, and avoiding use of slang...... no, that is not part of the endeavor, except perhaps, in a communications course where such skooling could be germane.
OP explicitly said "classroom response," not "everyday conversation." I believe there is a difference.
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