I’m fairly possessive of my personal privacy. Blame it on my upbringing, but I like to keep my personal preferences personal and allow everyone the right to his or her own opinions and law-abiding actions. Friends often hear me joke that I consider one of the signs of maturity the knowledge that I don’t always want to know other people’s closely guarded secrets. OK, tell me if it makes for a compelling news story about a public figure or illicit activity, but otherwise mine is a ...
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