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Monday, 28 June 2004
Doing the Shinjuku shuffle!
Teachers employed at either Shinjuku-Nishi or the recently opened Shinjuku-Minami LC may find themselves scheduled to spend their 5-minute break racing along the streets between the two schools, which are separated by several blocks. Pretty hard to delight the customer when you are bathed in sweat, flipping through the textbook to find the right page. Surely University educated adults who have come so far to work wouldn't put up with these kinds of conditions? If you have any other examples of bizarre work conditions within your LC please send them along to with your suggestions about what you are willing to do about them.

Posted by begunto at 9:43 AM KDT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2004 10:12 AM KDT
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Monday, 28 June 2004 - 9:46 AM KDT


I was almost hit by a delivery scooter, didn't make it to class on time. I hear that the same thing happens in Yurakucho - Ginza or maybe they get a travel on their line.

Tuesday, 6 July 2004 - 1:14 AM KDT

Name: Marvelous2003

I think travels between LCs always get a "travel" (1000 yen). So, 1,000 yen for 5 minutes, maybe these teachers don't mind bathing in sweat. This university educated adult remembers doing it a few years ago - dashing from one LC to another (distant several hundred meters)!!

Tuesday, 6 July 2004 - 8:08 AM KDT


I guess we need to find out if the Shinjuku Teachers actually do get a travel or not. even if they do, they don't have a choice and it isn't the best customer service, so watch out for those dreaded disrequests

Thursday, 8 July 2004 - 8:47 AM KDT


Shinjuku Teachers DON"T get a travel for running between LCs University educated adult. What do you think your Profs would say?

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