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c) Own a personal mobile phone.

Q2) You ...
b) Have a credit card.

Q3) You ...
b) Generally take public transport, but drive occasionally.

Q4) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said: "are transitioning to buying organic only".

Q5) You ...
b) Do not put everything appropriate in the recycle bins, but recycle quite a bit.

Q6) You ...
b) Leave some lights on when not in a room/hallway, but try to remember to switch them off.

Q7) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said: do non-domestic sports as often as work and family allow.

Q8) You ...
a) Often cry when you read the news.
b) Rarely cry when you read the news.
c) Never cry when you read the news.
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:

Q9) You ...
b) Sometimes offer to help strangers, but generally afraid that your offer will be turned down.

Q10) You ...
a) Often buy rice, knowing that all the rice you eat comes from far away.

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 ...
b) Sometimes give cash to beggars, but you don't like being a sucker.

Q13) You ...
c) Have held a real gun.

Q14) You ...
b) Rent

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

A society committed to the notion that government is always bad will have bad government. And it doesn't have to be that way. — Paul Krugman

by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Tue Jun 6th, 2006 at 05:07:40 AM EST

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