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The Wednesday Slice question

My neighbor's cat thinks I am losing my mind.

She didn't need to say a word. Her expression said it all.

Because of some temporary garage issues, I moved three bicycles into our small dining room right next to the back door.

When the cat came in for a snack not long after the bike relocation, she looked at them. Then she looked at me.

I had no trouble reading her mind: “Poor old guy, he's really losing it. These don't belong in here.”

Anyway, here's the question.

Has a pet ever looked at you in such a way as to suggest that the animal feared you were experiencing diminished mental capacity?

The Wednesday Slice question

Can you remember the phone number your family had when you were a child?

We had the same number for all of my grade school years. And while I am not 100 percent certain about the last four digits, I know it started with TR8.

The Wednesday Slice question

When you see a state or provincial license plate you do not immediately recognize, do you always try to figure out where it's from? 

The Wednesday Slice question

Are you old enough to remember the days back before computer chips controlled the carburetion and being able to start an automobile on a cold morning could be a matter of pride involving both a magic touch with your right foot and prayer?

The Wednesday Slice question

Is the WCC America's least interesting college basketball conference?

The Wednesday Slice question

In what year will downtown Spokane get a new tallest building?

Or is the answer to that “Never” ?

The Wednesday Slice question

Back before you were old enough to actually understand the birds and the bees, what incorrect “fact of life” did you believe?

The Wednesday Slice question

What percentage of men in the Spokane area look a lot like Bob Newhart (at some stage of the longtime comedian's life)?

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The Wednesday Slice question

If they COULD arrest you for what you're thinking, where would you be most likely to get in trouble?

A) At work. B) At church. C) Watching TV. D) Driving. E) Out walking around in public. F) At family gatherings. G) Attending live sports events. H) At parties. I) Other.

The Wednesday Slice question

What happened to the B-52's tail as the early models designed for high-altitude flight gave way to later versions?

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The Wednesday Slice question

How would someone trying to sell this house describe it?

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The Wednesday Slice question

It couldn't happen in 2014. But if you looked up as a B-17, B-24, B-25, B-29, B-36, B-47, B-52 and B-58 flew low over Spokane, could you identify each plane?

The Wednesday Slice question

How do you feel about the name of the street or road where you live?

The Wednesday Slice question

When you are thinking of hosting a party, what's usually the thing that keeps you from going ahead and doing it?

The Wednesday Slice question

How do you react to people referring to the Seattle area as “the coast”?

A) I believe they should be quietly shunned. B) I believe they should be vigorously hounded from our midst. C) I don't have a problem with it. D) I feel sorry for them because it's such a silly affectation. E) I ask them if they have ever seen a map of Washington. F) A case could be made for saying that. G) Other. 

The Wednesday Slice question

What goes through your mind when you see a cluster of front-yard campaign signs for political candidates you would never support?

A) God, I would hate the people who live there. B) Whatever. C) If I say that I would like to call in an air-strike on that house then I am simply part of the problem. D) How dare those people have their own views. E) They have an absolute right to be idiots. F) Go in peace, to love and serve the lord. G) Other.

The Wednesday Slice question

Considering all the varieties of American families in 2014, it seems fair to ask. Who around here will be attending the greatest number of family reunions this summer?

The Wednesday Slice question

Ever see a TV commercial so forehead-slappingly offputting that you were actually disappointed that you don't use the product or eat that brand of fast-food, thus depriving you of the pleasure of launching a one-person boycott at that very moment?

The Wednesday Slice question

If you were around for the 1970s, do you remember how talking about stereo systems could almost be like communicating in a second language?

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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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