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Time again for another installment of “Ask a South Hill resident.”

The Slice: Do Spokane's leaders waste too much time hearing out cranks and crazies when any rational sense of time management suggests they should simply say, “Sir, I'm sorry that you are deranged. I have to move on.”

SHR: That's a question?

The Slice: Will boys respect a girl who kisses on the first date?

SHR: You are aware, aren't you, that this is 2013? And define “kiss.”

The Slice: Toxic waste: where should it go?

SHR: Somewhere on the North Side, I suppose. Or the Valley.

The Slice: Have you ever been misunderstood by those who do not realize you are attempting to be mildly humorous?

SHR: Yes.

The Slice: What do Spokane and Los Angeles have in common?

SHR: They have the same number of NFL teams.

The Slice: Are you into the new “Foyle's War”?

SHR: Not really. Not like before.

The Slice: What do you think of that commercial where the giant football fan catches his hand on fire while grilling?

SHR: Can't say that I care for it. I like the Honda Accord commercial with the dad and daughter.

The Slice: You know the beer pitchman, “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” Well, who is the most interesting man in Spokane?

SHR: That would be John Blanchette.


Today's Slice question: To what radio station do you listen? Why?

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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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