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No point at my age to catch neumonia or worse but I would gladly provide a warm wrap of some kind to the person in question, be it a

topcoat or  blanket I could buy in the sorroundings or brought from home if nearby.

Would you ever ask the waiter to get some food wrapped up for a child watching you eat through a window while dining at a bar?
 

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That depends where I am. Around here, a child watching somone through a window most likely means that their mother is sitting on a bench texting her friends, and the child is bored. But if I thought the child was hungry and disadvantaged, yes, of course.

Would you leave a very large tip for a waitperson if you overheard them tell someone else that they were going through a rough time?
 

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probably not. I struggle to give the standard tip, because I'm a bti on the cheap side. :>

Would you ever mess with a door to door missionary?
 

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That sounds most naughty to my innocent ears!  What ever do you mean to imply?  


Would you ever go to a nudist colony?  (See what you've done, I'm utterly corrupted!)
 

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No. I don't see the appeal

Would you ever sell things door to door to support a charity you believed in? 
 

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No, I'm sure I would be the most useless saleswoman in the world. But I have found other ways to support charity including donations as well as voluntary work in hospitals.

Would you ever organize a "garage sale" in your home?
 

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Would and have. Well, not in our house, but we have had a few yard sales. My sister and I are planning one this coming spring.

Would you ever work on a political campaign?
 

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Yes, with help.

Would you ever sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl?
 

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IF I did, I think it wouldn't be any worse than some of the ones I have heard. Where in the world do they find those folks who murder that song so badly?

Would you ever go on a cruise.
 

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Only if I could afford a stateroom as I am claustrophobic.

Staying with the boating theme, would you ever go on a year long cruise if you could take your cats and dogs with you?
 

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No, neither with nor without them. A one year cruise would be too long for me.

Would you ever go fishing by candlelight?
 
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I've certainly hung out at many a loch by candle light but I wouldn't dream of catching a fish, or any other creature (other than trap, neuter & spay).

Would you ever go to the moon as a space tourist, I hear it's planned for very soon?
 

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No way, I like to keep my feet on the ground. 
  I've also heard talk about it but they said the cost would be in the millions.

Would you ever climb Mt. Everest with a group of people, (not alone)?
 

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No but I would go to Base Camp 1. After the 1996 disaster Everest kind of creeps me out.

Would you ever go to North Korea?
 

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No desire to visit Asia.

Would you ever move to another country if you could not speak a word of its language?
 

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Already did, when I was a kid. Military families rarely learn the language of the countries they get stationed in.

Does North Korea even allow visitors? I've been in South Korea although just in the air terminal because our plane had to make an unscheduled landing for repairs.

Would you want to visit a country you knew was run by a dictator?
 
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If I were very interested in a country a dictator would not put me off visiting.  Taking residence would be a different matter.

Would you ever adopt a child if it meant separating him/her from a sibling?
 
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I loved going to Spain when I was young & it never bothered me one whit that Franco ruled. Would I do the same thing today? I don't know.

Would you ever visit a country where the freedom of the press is severely restricted?
 

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Sure, I've been to China twice and I wanted to go to Myanmar when I was travelling, but decided to go the other route into Thailand, Cambodia and Laos instead.

Would you ever visit an Islamic country where you had to wear the veil?
 

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No, not if it was required by law at all times. I don't mind wearing a scarf to visit a cathedral or mosque while I am on their premises to see the architecture.

Would you travel for several months straight, never in the same place more than a week?
 
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