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[Two young men and a woman are hanging outside a fast food restaurant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada]
Interviewer: Where are you supposed to be right now?
Man 1: School.
Man 2: School.
Woman: School.
Interviewer: Aren't you worried about what you're not learning?
Man 1: Nah, I'm mostly helping everybody else in the class. Then I barely get to do my work.
Interviewer: How about you? You're not worried about your education?
Woman: Well, I've got the textbook.
Interviewer: Why do you think we have so many, uh... gun murders in America?
Man 2: Uh... I have no idea. People must hate each other or something.
Interviewer: Oh, you mean Canadians don't hate each other?
Man 2: Well, we do but we don't go to the point of shooting somebody just to get revenge.
Interviewer: What do you do?
Man 2: I don't know. Tease them, maybe. Make fun of them, ridicule them. Throw eggs at them.
Woman:Every time I turn on the TV in the States, it's always about a murder here, a gunfight, hostile position... I just think the States, their view of things is fighting. That's how they resolve everything. If there's... there's something going on in another country, they send people over to fight it and... They are the most powerful country in the world, though. Canada's more just, like, "Let's negotiate, let's work something out." Where the States is, "We'll kill you and that'll be the end of that." Um, if guns were... If more guns made people safer, then America would be one of the safest countries in the world. It isn't. It's the opposite.
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