I answered the door to a man who greeted me with “I’m not a politician.” He then said he was with Directv, and he asked who our cable provider was. I said, “We don’t have a TV,” an answer that got me thirty seconds of flabbergasted silence from the last guy who asked (over the phone, in England). This guy, though, was unflappable: “That’s okay. I’d say about 10% of households in Wilmore don’t have it. Kind of an unusual town. Thanks for your day!”
Aww, that was nice. Make me feel less of an anomaly–by telling me my whole town is strange!