Basi ally, LOL
When is comes to consumer things,
prices >>> morals
Nope, that is how it is served. Other restaurants here do include a sauce. This one is actually calls themselves a "Singapore Chicken Ric" restaurant. (See pic below). I cannot remember if when I was in Singapore if they served with a sauce or not.
Sometimes with some skin, but usually very little.
I was not saying that what the coach was doing was right or wrong, just that I would think there was probably some "unseen" or "subtle" pressure to go along with what the coach does.
I believe that kids at that age want to "belong". Of course, not 100% of kids, but the ones that do their own thing are probably not on the football team.
If there were 50 kids on the team, and one of them decides not to participate, I think we would be looked at differently, and not in a positive way.
Part of my thinking is probably cultural. There seems to be more "respect" for teachers etc. in Tiawan than in the US. We can argue if that is good or bad, but that is the way I grew up, and if a similar situation happened in Taiwan, I can almost say for sure that 100% of the students would follow the coach, even if 99% of them were atheist.
@George-K Goofy statement by her about too many people. I only did one long distance trip by Amtrak and that was in a sleeper car (thanks again George for all of your advice and help on that trip!!! ) but I do not think that they allow "standers" on the train, right?
And maybe the amount of passengers helped cushion her as she bounced around. LOL
@Jolly Maybe banks are different, but others ones don't have much affect.
Dick's Sporting Goods -
ACTION: Stop Selling Guns
RESULT: Stock price/earning double
Chicken Filet -
ACTION: Mean against LGBTQ etc
RESULT: None. Sales increase
ACTION: Uses slave labor to make shoes
RESULT: Sales increase
ACTION: Gender names on name tags
RESPONSE: BOycott and change banks
RESULT: TBD (but 95% chance no change to # of customers or bank profit)