Falling in line, sign of discipline too

July 13, 2011 6:19pm CST
Falling in line makes it more systematic and works even faster. It happened to be a symbol of discipline just like what we have seen from Japanese people after the devastating tsunami that rocked their country. Despite the disaster, they do not forget their inherent true value of discipline and would still patiently wait for their turn to get necessary things for their daily use. Such an exemplary.
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• Philippines
13 Jul 11
I agree! Though it's not actually "falling in line". It's standing in line. That's one of common Filipino mistakes in English. Anyway, it's really dissappointing how most of the people have to be reminded to watch their manners.