Well, if they’re smart and can contribute, we allow them limited speaking priviledges:D Most of them, unfortunatly, are recruited from…well, with without going into tooo much background, I’ll say they are from a “limited” talent pool. The kids that just goof off, we get them to either run errands, like Quain does, or we let them to things like filing own rough edges, and putting in bolts: stuff that does’nt require oo-tay uch-may rains-bay.
Overall, they just don’t have the mental horsepower and/or experiance to do anything very meaningful. Of course there are exceptions (i was one! CD’s Driving Tommorow’s Technology, J&J, 2001, hoo-yah:rolleyes: )
I’m not rude or evil too them, but most need a year to get a feel for how things work. No one plays with Mindstorms here:( , which translates to mechanical cluelessness (righty tighty, lefty loosy:p )
Personally, I’m quite nice to them, but some test even my patience, which is really saying something.