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Being judged

In your experience, revealing what one fact about yourself tends to make some people around here assume that they know all they need to know about you?

A) Where you grew up. B) Where you went to school. C) Occupation. D) Number of children you have. E) The last movie you saw in a theater. F) Your attitude about religion. G) The sort of vehicle you drive. H) The name of the book you are reading. I) How you voted. J) Your relationship with Apple products. K) The neighborhood in which you live. L) Your hobby. M) Your taste in music. N) Your attitude about cats. O) Your opinion of the designated hitter rule. P) Your perspective on Seattle. Q) Your opinion of unions. R) Your attitude about Martin Luther King Jr. Day. S) How do you get your news? T) Attitude about…Guns. U) Fluoride. V) Abortion. W) Daycare. X) Studded tires.Y) The Spokesman-Review. Z) You say “irregardless” or “I could care less.”.   


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Features writer Paul Turner is a columnist for The Spokesman-Review in the Features department. He writes "The Slice" column, which appears six times a week and produces general features stories for the Today section.

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