Q: What scares you?

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Tom Iddings: “Cars. Mostly cars. I was a professional driver for a couple of years. It’s good to have a sense of fear about what you’re doing sometimes, as well as confidence.

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Joanne Ennis: “Scary movies they show on TV around Halloween.”

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Mark Sherman: “Global Warming. Big Time. I’m truly unnerved at what is happening to my planet. This is not funny any more.”

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Shaun Borsh: “I usually confront fear. In the past I had a problem with public speaking, so I took a job that involved giving presentations, and that’s how I overcame it.”

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Seneca Wood: “I can’t think of anything I’m really scared of that I’m willing to admit.”

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Seka Tock: “I’m afraid of fear. Fear comes in many shapes and forms, different times of day and night.”

Lovre Tock:“I’m not afraid of anything, and I do as little as possible about it..

About the Author

Julie Wiatt
Julie Wiatt moved to Takoma Park with husband “Coach G” Weinstein and son Zak during cicada season May 1987. They (Julie, G and Zak, not the cicadas) were part of a migratory pattern from an Adams Morgan group house. Before coming to this area she was a wanderer, taking photos in St Croix, working on a community newspaper in East Boston, tracking bats in Panama, studying biology and art in New York City. Julie loves the Voice, considering it a wonderful way to know and celebrate Takoma Park and Silver Spring.