Hall's Rules of Social Order

Hall’s Rules of Social Order #176

8 March, 2010 (12:44) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

When you’re engaged in a group discussion, and someone makes an allusion to a person whose name you don’t recognize – assume it’s a football player.  The accuracy of this assumption can be increased when you hone in on context clues like the gender of the reference, the male ratio of the discussers, as well as the time of year (ie: draft season).  Let the rule also state that the afore mentioned “draft season” does not imply awareness due to social responsibility, but rather awareness by previous conversations around the same chronological period.