Student1 7 Jun 2017 #31Maybe, he was....I misplaced the comma. But yes, I was somehow upset somebody decided to draw conclusions without knowing the situation. Why do I care? I helped readers to be aware of major bullying issues at the British Council in Cracow. But if they want secretaries to say stuff like ...what is your problem ...it's just putting in paper, it's easy... at the top of their voices.... when things get complicated because of codes (and you need to get ready in a few minutes and in other places you always did, because everything worked there!) and all that when you try to copy (or print - sometimes that gets difficult and not even because you run out of paper, but because a computer program says it will not print for technical reasons of some sort) and if they like it that the internet works on one computer (but saving does not), saving on the other (but the internet does not) and neither nor on yet another, and if they want to learn together with people who behave in such ways that most people in pubs are more punctual and polite (and shockingly teachers make a big deal out of students working "too much" instead of to make at least one remark on something so far from nice), it's their choice and not mine. And yes, at least one teacher did bully me for sure. To assess people, who did half of the work (they said so themselves) in such a nice way and ignore the fact I corrected everything is bullying. Don't believe me? Waste your money too, as I have wasted mine. I used to care, but things have changed - as Bob Dylan would say. Now I care about things that matter instead. Apparently the one who commented on my comment wants me to get fever again. Could be the American guy?! Haha. I must get back to living my life. I did my best to save other people from making the experiences I made. (NO more comments will come from me, sorry, busy).