In the summer, a trip to the grocery store or the laundromat can pose one existential conundrum after another. On seemingly every corner of the city, one is greeted by a young person with a clipboard in his hand, an enormous T-shirt on his back, and desperation in his eyes. And then come the questions—huge, unanswerable, world-shaking.
DO YOU CARE ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT?
SPARE A MOMENT FOR GAY RIGHTS?
DO YOU LIKE TO LAUGH?
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE IN NEW YORK STATE?
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR HAIR?
YOU LOOK LIKE A FRIENDLY PERSON! CAN I ASK YOU SOMETHING?
ARE YOU JEWISH?
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