(8) In contrast, many others view whistleblowers as tattletales
who are only out to satisfy their own "political, ethical, moral, or personal agendas" while embarrassing their co-workers and employers.
Service dogs for people with diabetes are the "tattletales
" of the dog world, according to Rita Martinez, co-author of a new book, Training Your Diabetic Alert Dog.
I should have kept a journal for a senior soap opera based on the many he said/she said tattletales
who would come into my office to tell their side of the story.
But we also became a nation of snoops and tattletales
. Women who were lifelong friends would secretly inspect each others cupboards to ferret out surplus--extra bags of sugar, too much coffee.
Do we really want these Big Brother tattletales
picking our pockets?
See, they told me you'd been to see her-- And betrayed him to us like a cur!-- Then denounced her to him , Claiming I couldn't swim-- Don't you know we hate tattletales
was on when he sank onto the couch with his coffee.
Exotic dancer Nicole Forrester, 34, alleges that the actor seduced her following a series of lap dances at the Tattletales
strip club where she performs.
They also need to know that it's okay to tell you what happened, and they won't be tattletales
Previous titles include I Don't Want to Talk About It a story about divorce and Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales
. Ransom also works as a school counselor.
But guilt by association is ironclad in these days when American political discourse is controlled by hall monitors and tattletales
. Obama's friendship--acquaintance?--with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn is about to get extended play as the Republicans contrast Obama's Weatherfriends with their nominee's stint in the Hanoi Hilton.
Head to www.nea.org/neatodayextra/discipline.html for Teacher TV video clips of colleagues handling students who talk too much and work too little; sample classroom rules for elementary, middle, and high school students; a checklist of classroom disciplinary procedures; excerpts from NEA Professional Library books on discipline; and quick tips on dealing with clowns, tattletales
, and kids who can't sit still.
Whistleblowers, who traditionally have been considered tattletales
and otherwise viewed with suspicion, (1) have recently enjoyed a distinct rise in popularity.
When does society consider the behavior of tattletales
, informants, and snitches to be appropriate and when is it inappropriate?
MRC 5821/021 R-11D was added to the MRC deck in SFR 2-03, which requires ships force to inspect the tattletales
daily on the mooring lines in use.