I didn’t get the”If you think the work you is the facade” part.
Maybe because I don’t speak english naturally.
I’m also no native speaker and it took me a moment to understand it. If I understand it right: “work you” is one word.
“work you” vs. “real you” or “free time you”: the difference between one’s behavior at work and in an private environment.
Yes, you are correct. :)
Probably he meant to write ”If you think the work you do is the facade”. I’m just guessing but I believe that’s what happened.
Anywho, I hate that woman so much… And I’m not even sure why.
@Laleiro – “If you think the work you is the facade” implies that Geoffrey puts on an act when he comes in to work. The subsequent question then is trying to a) get him to confess his true motives/personality, or b) consider them realistically.
It has less to do with the work he’s doing, and more to do with who he is as a person.
While she has a good point as it applies to Geoffrey, I think she’s wrong when it comes to the Rep. Given the fact that she immediately washes her hands after shaking the hand of the “living impaired” person, and that you can see her frowning in the mirror as she does so, I’d say that she’s not nearly as interested in the wellbeing of the people there as she is in using them.
“While she has a good point as it applies to Geoffrey …”
I do agree with you, though. I think Lichtman is wrong about the Rep. I think he’s so cynical that he’s crossed the line twice.
whats even more unsettling is what if it isn’t an act what if she is like Deloris Umbridge
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