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  1. Perhaps in parisi’s world, strangers just automatically arrange themselves by height, in which they have substantial differences. 😉

  2. Back when I was a productive member of society, there would be yearly chili cookoffs.

  3. OT: I was in the hospital for tests (all is well) and was taken to the Clinical Decision Unit, and looking at the acronym on the door, I wondered Why does that look so familiar? Then I was thinking what word could be added: inpatient? information? …

  4. “Perhaps in parisi’s world, strangers just automatically arrange themselves by height, in which they have substantial differences.”

    I don’t know about short people, but most tall people I know have been conditioned to always head toward the back of most crowds… or to the sides.

    At least I have been…..

  5. Bob, I just looked at a photo I took today at a family gathering that has six people standing side-by-side in order of height.

    I wonder whether there’s something instinctual about this.

  6. People who are posing for photographs tend to arrange themselves so that all their faces are visible.

  7. Also, we tall people don’t trust you sneaky small people behind our backs. (Or, depending on how small, behind our butts.)

  8. “Also, we tall people don’t trust you sneaky small people behind our backs.”

    Well, when we hit on your female associates in FRONT of you, it seems to upset you.

  9. People always want to be seen and arrange themselves this way. This applies to bears (figurines) in a display. They all want the public to see their faces so it is very hard to get some to watch the Christmas parade with their backs to the front of the display. Trust me, I have to argue with them annually as to who will be facing the wall while watching the parade. 🙂

  10. @beerslayer, not only is the abductor still in the courtroom, the witness was just abducted and is still tied up and gagged by his abductor, meaning he can’t identify the criminal.

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