edited 23rd May '13 8:08:23 AM by Larkmarn
edited 23rd May '13 8:56:44 AM by Madrugada
Johnny works at some bank is OOO. A film about the bank where some guy named Johnny works there, but nobody knows what he does is WEIHJ. I think OOO is much more common than the examples suggest. In fact, many examples on WEIHJ are actually OOO.
That said, I think OOO can be merged into WEIHJ, and the description of WEIHJ should be expanded to include people with a vague occupation.
edited 4th Jun '13 1:36:09 PM by Rethkir
edited 23rd May '13 10:02:11 AM by Leaper
I think I can agree with that. WEIHJ only applies to a workplace if the setting is focused on the workplace, but in general applies to The Team. Shall we start sandboxes to sort the examples and work on the descriptions
edited 23rd May '13 8:23:28 PM by Rethkir
edited 23rd May '13 8:19:12 PM by Leaper
edited 23rd May '13 10:50:14 PM by NativeJovian
I wasn't sure about all of them, so feel free to fix any mistakes I made.
edited 23rd May '13 11:11:33 PM by Rethkir
edited 1st Jun '13 2:21:46 PM by DonaldthePotholer
- character has a role in the group, but no one knows what it is.
- character works somewhere, but no one knows where it is or what they do.
- character is employed with the group, but no one knows what they work on.
- A job has a nebulous description because the employee does every job.
edited 1st Jun '13 8:53:38 PM by crazysamaritan
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