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Scheduling ConflictScheduling Conflict
The bell rang signaling the start of first period, and the hallways slowly took on a deserted look with the exception of one boy. Bill unfortunately did not yet have a schedule, and so as school started he found himself walking down to the front office rather than to class. He was 18, and his senior year of high school was already off to a fantastic start. He went to pick up his schedule the week before classes started to find out there had been a slight error in the system and his hadnt been printed yet. Since then he had gone back everyday until school started and still they had yet to assign him a schedule. Now the school year had officially started and he had no idea which classes he was supposed to be going too. However, even if they had been to lazy to fix the problem earlier they had to now, they couldnt just expect him to wait around in the of
13 Tales 2012: The Eleventh TaleThirteen Tales
Tale Eleven: The Tale of the Correctional Collar
"What, exactly is this?" It was a man in his twenties who spoke up dressed in business casual without a tie. There was a large open box inside of him that he was staring at it, and from within it he picked up what appeared to be a collar sized for a human with several wires strapped to it.
"That, is the Smart Mart Employee Correctional Collar." An older man in his fifties dressed only slightly nicer spoke up. He was the manager of the local Smart Mart for over 18 years now something he was personally proud of. He had the tone one usually holds when they believe they know everything but in actuality was only slightly more intelligent than a senile goldfish.
"It's... a shock collar." The man stated flatly
"Well Ted, if you want to get technical, yes it is. The point is we've received a number of complaints about your actions in our store."
"You've received one complaint." Ted corrected. "Just because she was heavy enough to
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