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That explains a lot.
German sociologists are pioneering the use of wolves to teach leadership skills.
Businessmen, office workers and policemen are decamping to the forests of Brandenburg to study the behaviour of wolves in packs.
The skills on offer are how to lead, command respect, and improve efficiency at the workplace.
Oh be nice Doug! They can only study parasites for so long...
Who was born in a house full of pain.Who was trained not to spit in the fan.Who was told what to do by the man.Who was broken by trained personnel.Who was fitted with collar and chain.Who was given a pat on the back.Who was breaking away from the pack
Dogs. They work for pigs.
Heck, one learned obedience to Akela (a spread-finger salute from the forehead) in cub packs. Baden-Powell knew how to bring conformity in the always wild setting of eight-year-olds. 'Course, the German identification with forests also preceded Kipling and Lord Baden-Powell.
"I spent 4 weeks with the wolves in the forests of Brandenberg, and the most important thing I learned was how to lick my own balls."