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The Slice: Is it P.C. to even ask such a thing?

Slice-meister Paul Turner is taking some time off this month, but don’t despair: In his absence, we’re rerunning some of the tastier tidbits from this date in Slice history. Today’s sampling:

FROM 2007:

Just wondering: How long were your summer houseguests at your place before they asked to use your computer?

FROM 2004:

Three things I learned from playing catch with a dozen readers this summer:

1. Some people can resist the temptation to generalize about Spokane.

2. Some people have long memories when it comes to things that appeared in the S-R.

3. If you bonk a reader on the head with a baseball and she happens to work in a law office, her colleagues will volunteer to represent her.

FROM 1998:

All aboard for Pigeon Forge: A friend saw an STA bus that was in the process of changing its sign from “Hollywood” to “Downtown.” For one tantalizing moment, it said “Dollywood.”

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