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Q1) You ...
c) Own a personal mobile phone.

Q2) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Currently Visa Premier, never ever been in debt or negative in my accounts.

Q3) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Walk only (200m from work) + public transport when travelling, I do not own a car.

Q4) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Mix of organic (when possible) and normal.

Q5) You ...
c) no recycle bins available where you live.
Even if in Paris, my building has only one green bin.

Q6) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Minutery rules.

Q7) You ...
c) Hardly ever intentionally do sports.
How did you guess :).

Q8) You ...
b) Rarely cry when you read the news.

Q9) You ...
b) Sometimes offer to help strangers

Q10) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
I buy "equitable" rice but I grumble a lot about the lack of transparency of said organisations

Q11) You ...
c) Give a decent amount of cash every month to charities.
And I insist so that my real donation is separated from the tax saving which is just government subvention (and pretty high at 66% currently in France)

Q12) You ...
b) Sometimes give cash to beggars

Q13) You ...
c) Have held a real gun.
Never owned one.

Q14) You ...
a) Own a house
Small house in Ariege together with my sister
b) Rent
My small Paris studio.

Q15) You ...
d) These answers are not complementary, I would have said:
Do not know, no practical need for belief I'd say. I note that most religious organisations have lots of negative (especially when they have wide power/influence) and few positives.

by Laurent GUERBY on Tue Jun 6th, 2006 at 07:01:57 PM EST

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