Game: Perspective Test

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PackRat's Comment
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I see, just another day at the office.

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I like it.

Yeah. That looks like many of the Lowe's, Menards, Tractor Supply, and Home Depot stores I've delivered to.

Employee: "What should we do with all these extra pallets of mulch, the landscaping timbers, the horse feed, and the potting soil?"

Manager: "Just put it in the lot where the trucks need to approach the dock."

Moe's Comment
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Truth! Lol

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I see, just another day at the office.

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I like it.

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Yeah. That looks like many of the Lowe's, Menards, Tractor Supply, and Home Depot stores I've delivered to.

Employee: "What should we do with all these extra pallets of mulch, the landscaping timbers, the horse feed, and the potting soil?"

Manager: "Just put it in the lot where the trucks need to approach the dock."

KH's Comment
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I'd say that you have to be careful of that roof up ahead.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Not to be impatient Chief but when you gonna let on as to the purpose of this game? Don't get me wrong, it's a barrel of fun and all but pretty pointless if we never know what you wanted us to see. 🤔😁

Chief Brody's Comment
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Not to be impatient Chief but when you gonna let on as to the purpose of this game? Don't get me wrong, it's a barrel of fun and all but pretty pointless if we never know what you wanted us to see. 🤔😁

I had no specific thing that I wanted anyone to see. The purpose of the game was to see what each person focused on, which tells you something about that person's perspective.

The back was not that difficult. The hardest part was doing a 90 degree alley dock from the front parking lot and not hitting the cars you see on the right. Once I got lined up, it was just a straight back after that. Yeah, there were a lot of obstacles on each side, but if you paid attention in your mirrors, it was managable.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Not to be impatient Chief but when you gonna let on as to the purpose of this game? Don't get me wrong, it's a barrel of fun and all but pretty pointless if we never know what you wanted us to see. 🤔😁

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I had no specific thing that I wanted anyone to see. The purpose of the game was to see what each person focused on, which tells you something about that person's perspective.

The back was not that difficult. The hardest part was doing a 90 degree alley dock from the front parking lot and not hitting the cars you see on the right. Once I got lined up, it was just a straight back after that. Yeah, there were a lot of obstacles on each side, but if you paid attention in your mirrors, it was managable.

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