Don't worry, I'm not an a--hole.
The only people who think so are "researchers"
95% of them (not the writer of this post. He's in the 5%) are both superficial and time-consuming.
ask prepared questions that are impossible to answer. They are only
interested in filling their questionnaires with numbers and don't care to see the originality
of this school. Very often, because the school is in SL, they behave
like they're in a zoo. Just because we're open to every visitor they
think they can go to the classroom and interrupt the lesson, ask
question to the students, the teacher, and so forth.
So, yes, sometimes I am an
a--hole with them, but if the visitor is a student who is interested in
learning or improving his/her English, I'm quite nice :)
Read what they write about the school:
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