|Work v. Offtime
||[Jun. 21st, 2014|07:19 am]
The Question Club
Ok, so most people agreed in my last post about smoking that people should be free to do as they please during their non-work time. Do you think that people in ALL professions should be entitled to a separation of work and non-work? What about teachers? What about religious leaders? What about police officers or fire fighters? Does the nature of the job and the non-work conduct matter or do you believe that people are entitled to act out however they please during non-work hours as long as job performance is stellar? Are there any things you can think of that people do in their personal lives that should impact their careers? Should teachers be allowed to sleep with parents outside of school time without ramifications? Should religious leaders be entitled to hire prostitutes or something without it coming back to bite them? What about police officers who smoke pot or fire fighters who let kids play with fireworks? Share your thoughts.|
Edit: I've edited to take out anything illegal. Prostitution and pot use are both legal in different areas.