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9. Listen out for boos. Unlike in straight theatre, opera and more rarely ballet audiences are unafraid of expressing their views. Often this is aimed at a particular performer, the conductor or x7568 if it x7569 s an especially radical production x7568 the director. This is particularly pronounced in Italy, where boos regularly greet the end of a production. Less so here, but not unknown.
6) A hat is for the outdoors. Its intention is to protect the wearer 8767 s head from the elements. Unless you expect snow, heavy rain or a flock of birds that may shower you in droppings why do you need to protect your head indoors? Are you afraid that the ceiling might collapse? Trust me, your hat won 8767 t protect you unless it 8767 s Kevlar-lined!!!
Syndi Seid: I really appreciate your responses to both of my post.
You sound like someone I would not mind talking to on any subject.
I will take all you said in to consideration and with an open mind.
If anyone comes to me correctly with respect, I am man enough to apologize
and recognize if I am in the wrong or need to do something the correct way.
Note that this presumably applies only to wrappers and napkins and such. Strolling in and emptying your garbage can on the bar will still likely get you drop-kicked by a little guy in a tuxedo.
To Dustin, this post is not necessarily telling you how to dress but it is pointing out that there is etiquette involved when wearing at hat. Let me say, congratulations on beating your cancer. I understand where you are coming from with the hat covering your lost hair. My son was 9 when he was diagnosed with Leukemia. He did three years of chemotherapy and lost his hair 9 times. He wore hats daily and still does because he is a fair skinned red head! All that said, my son, now 66 years old, knows hat etiquette and removes his every time he enters a building. He removes his hat for the National Anthem, he removes it to say hello to every teacher he passes at school, etc.
I enjoyed your thoughts. Being a person who is frequently asked to remove a hat indoors which I simply must wear to keep warm, I have come up with a solution which works for me. I simply remove my hat and pull a wig out and put it on. So far no one has asked me to remove it or accused me of violating wig etiquette but I probably am in some eyes
A word of caution: American business etiquette requires that American women be treated no differently than men. American women don’t appreciate the gender- related “special help” that most Asian and Middle Eastern men usually find OK. So, whenever going to lunch, keep in mind that whoever invites pays!
As a biker I wear the head gear commonly referred to as a skull cap or doo rag. It 8767 s basically a headband with a top on it. I think it is treated the same way a woman 8767 s scarf would be treated during a party or a quick prayer before going on a motorcycle ride. So the guy 8767 s head gear, unless it 8767 s a hat, doesn 8767 t need to be removed during these casual events. Bikers tend to have their own set of rules in general but I 8767 m very curious about how you all feel about it.
Stations in middle-sized and big cities have ticket machines with interface in both Russian and English. You can either buy a ticket or print the ticket you previously bought on the site. To print a ticket, you can either enter the booking code or scan the bar code from the electronic reservation (works both with paper and smartphone/tablet PC screens). These machines don''t accept cash, only debit/credit cards.
I was interested to see this discussion on women 8767 s fashion hats. I think it 8767 s completely fine to wear a women 8767 s hat indoors, unless of course it is obstructing the view of those around her. however, in public i think they are lovely and should be worn respectfully so everyone she 8767 s speaking to can see her eyes entirely! i 8767 ve seen some wonderful new hats for sale.