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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon
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March 2014
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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon [userpic]
Am I crazy?

...okay, dumb question. Still, I've just completed the third or fourth required e-learning course where this has happened.

Course: Here's a situation!
Course: What do you do?

Me: ...seriously? I'd contact legal. WTF is with your list of answers that fail to have this as one of my options? Honestly! *picks answer which is reasonable if you assume you've contacted legal because telling people to eff off is usually a bad choice.*

Course: BZZZZZZT! That's wrong! You've failed to correctly apply the rules that apply to definition X!

Me: What. The. Fenarking. Fraking. Frucking. SPOON? You didn't say anything about definition X or any freaking rules! You asked me to read a newspaper article! *baffled*

Course: By the way, here's definition X and the rules that apply to it! Stupid of you not to intuit that!

Me: *headdesk* You're making me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.

Course: Here's another situation!
Course: What do you do?

Me: RAAAAARRRRRR! VASARIS *SMASH*! (aka, pick the answer most likely to work in the absense of 'contact legal'... on the plus side this means I'm supposed to tell people to eff-off all the time, apparently.)

Soooo, opinion time!

Poll #1599164 Is this a stupid way to teach, or am I without mental rescources?

It is ridiculous to ask a person to apply a definition (or rules to apply to a given situation) before telling them what the definition is (or rules are):