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The Wednesday Slice question

How often do you come home from the grocery with something you didn't intend to buy because, when picking up two of something, you failed to confirm that the can behind or the package beneath the item you did mean to select was not the same item?

The Wednesday Slice question

What, if anything, would you change about the way the Spokane news media (SR included) cover crime?

The Wednesday Slice question

Yesterday afternoon, a gull screeched while gliding over a South Hill parking lot.

A little boy, maybe 4 years old, said “Look Dad, an eagle.”

OK, he's just a little guy. No harm done. But it made me wonder.

Considering that we live here in “Near Nature” country and so many among us enjoy camping, hiking and what not, do you think kids here know a bit more about wildlife than typical American children?

The Wednesday Slice question

What is the highest profile Spokane building in which you have never set foot?

The Wednesday Slice question

If you unexpectedly found yourself interviewing for the position of bouncer at a nightclub or bar, what would you say were your strengths as a candidate for the job?

The Wednesday Slice question

What were the circumstances when you first smoked marijuana?

The Wednesday Slice question

Do you count the pills after coming home with prescription refills?

The Wednesday Slice question

When expecting an important call, have you ever scurried out of the bathroom with your pants about your ankles in hopes of answering the phone in time?

The Wednesday Slice question

How many times has your name appeared in The Spokesman-Review?

The Wednesday Slice question

How did you manage to crack the screen on your portable Internet device?

What if…

How would sports fandom be different in the Northwest if, like in Wisconsin, Washington's pro football team was based far away from the big city?

The Wednesday Slice question

Is there such a thing as overall workplace morale or is employee happiness and satisfaction always an individual case-by-case matter?

The Wednesday Slice question

How would Spokane be different today if Bing Crosby had come back to live here after becoming a star?

The Wednesday Slice question

In which camp do you reside — poinsettias are deadly to cats or “That has been pretty well debunked”?

The Wednesday Slice question

Is every parent able to recall a record-breaking public tantrum thrown by each child?

The Wednesday Slice question

How did it go when you celebrated Thanksgiving with the extended family of someone you were dating?

The Wednesday Slice question

If you could magically alter the operation, location, flight offerings or whatever of Spokane International Airport to make it better suit your needs, what would you change?

The Wednesday Slice question

If you watched, what did you learn from the PBS “American Masters” look back at Jimi Hendrix?

OK. I'll start. If I ever knew it, I had forgotten that he had enlisted in the Army.

The Wednesday Slice question

Ranked in order of probability, what are the three most likely outcomes of a Spokane man joining a couple of yoga classes in hopes of meeting women?

The Wednesday Slice question

How do you react to editorial page political endorsements?

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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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