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Q1) You ...
a) Do not own a mobile phone.

Q2) You ...
a) Have a cheque book and/or a debit card only.

Q3) You ...
a) Walk or cycle a lot, sometimes hitch rides.
b) Generally take public transport, but drive occasionally.

Q4) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Produce what I can, buy organic and/or local stuff from producer for most of the rest, some stuff from far away, fair-trade when possible.

Q5) You ..
a) Recycle absolutely every bit of paper, plastic, glass, metal.

Q6) You ...
a) Always turn off the light when leaving a room/hallway.

Q7) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Don't like "sports" per se, but get regular exercise.

Q8) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Refrain from crying when I read news

Q9) You ...
a) Always offer to help a mother with a baby, an old woman with a bag, etc

Q10) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Buy Camargue rice, but admit to also buying Basmati from afar. Must reform.

Q11) You ...
b) Give a few euros (say less than 10) every month to some apparently respectable NGO whose manifesto is ok with you.

Q12) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Sometimes give cash to beggars, but don't think about whether I'm a sucker or not. More like how little cash I have and how many beggars there are (unfortunately).

Q13) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Like DeAnander : I have held and fired a shotgun, never held a handgun.

Q14) You ...
b) Rent

Q15) You ...
c) Are a total atheist/agnostic/nowayist.

by afew (afew(a in a circle)eurotrib_dot_com) on Tue Jun 6th, 2006 at 04:53:29 AM EST

Q11) You ...
b) Give a few euros (say less than 10)

Who gives you euros?

In the long run, we're all dead. John Maynard Keynes

by Jerome a Paris (etg@eurotrib.com) on Tue Jun 6th, 2006 at 08:07:50 AM EST
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It's cyclical. What goes around, comes around.
by afew (afew(a in a circle)eurotrib_dot_com) on Tue Jun 6th, 2006 at 11:21:49 AM EST
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