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The Slice

The person you see everywhere you go

You know how many of us in Spokane have had the experience of seeing a certain stranger over and over, whether it's at the store or at some community festivals? Sure. You know. That person always seems to be there, wherever you go. Well, what does your "I see him/her all the time" person look like?

A) He looks like a younger Bob Newhart. B) He looks like someone I ought to be able to identify but just can't. C) She makes me think of a character in this one episode of "The Twilight Zone." D) He has brown hair, looks to be about 40 and often seems to have had a few. E) I'm sure she is married because I have seen her with her two young children. Otherwise, I would ask her to marry me. E) I suspect she is packing heat. F) He looks like a hockey player who went to seed. G) She looks like the mother of a rock star. H) He looks like a nice guy. I) Other.

The Slice

The online home for Paul Turner's musings and interactions with disciples of The Slice.