anonymous
  • anonymous
@SickTwistd Perry has been on the 7th grade basketball team all season long. He usually sits on the bench and enters the game near the end for a minute when the outcome has been decided. The coach calls an extra practice prior to the playoffs beginning next week. Perry had planned on going to the movies at the time his coach called the extra practice. How should Perry handle this personal decision of whether or not to attend practice?
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. Fake an illness and go to the movies since he already had plans to do so B. Go to practice as his teammates are counting on him to practice against a full squad C. Quit the basketball team for lack of playing time D. Purposefully try not to practice well so his coach sends him home early
anonymous
  • anonymous
ready, im so sory lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
B, its the "moral" thing

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