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I interviewed in Toronto, ON (Canada) and was asked:
"If you could be anyone else, who would it be"
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Myself
- Interview Candidate on Oct 14, 2012 Flag Response
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Any better and I would be you.
- Alan on Jan 17, 2013 Flag Response
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Steve Martin
- robert on Jan 17, 2013 Flag Response
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Tom Brady.
- PatsFan on Jan 17, 2013 Flag Response
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Johnny Depp
- Brad Pitt on Jan 17, 2013 Flag Response
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Why would I want to be somebody else?
- Shane on Jan 17, 2013 Flag Response
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It would be the alternate reality version of me...the version where I am employed.
- Jim on Jan 18, 2013 Flag Response
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Your boss, so I could teach you to ask interview questions relevant to the job.
- jake3_14 on Jan 18, 2013 Flag Response
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I do not enjoy politics much; however, I will be President Clinton and point my finger and say "I only reply to my wife Hillary that sort of a very "personal" inquiry" -- smile from ear to ear and them point no only one finger BUT two fingers (for emphasis!!) and say firmly and kindly and innocently "Would you like to ask me about my "professional" life as a President of the United States? Did I let my fellows americans down professionally? Are they famishing? Did the rate of unemployment reach 10%?
Frankly, I don't give a Royal F*** about any President's "personal" life -- IF everyone would focus on a President's professional life instead of "personal" (that is why it is called "personal" -- this country would flourish again.
IF the requirement/law was to have a perfect personal life to keep a job, the unemployment rate will be an absolute 100%
- Who is perfect? on Jan 19, 2013 Flag Response
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I am not! - but I am trying my very best to a better person.......

The correct word is *then not *them --- "and *then point no only finger but two......."
In addition to other minor mistypos - I trust you get the main idea ;-)
- Who is perfect? on Jan 19, 2013 Flag Response
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I prefer to be me. If I didn't, then I'd have a problem much larger than unemployment and no business sitting in your office today. Do you want to be someone else? Increasing self-worth is something that can be taught - I can put you in touch with a few really good people in the field - I wasn't always so confident and have had to overcome a lot of adversity and lost my way more than once.
- Michelle on Jan 20, 2013 Flag Response
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No one. I only know how to be me. Everyone has their own angels and demons, their own encumberences to deal with be they physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. In the end, no one's life is any better than another's. You do the best you can with what strengths you have.
- Rob on Jan 21, 2013 Flag Response
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my alter ego
- Me on Jan 22, 2013 Flag Response
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I wouldn't mind being Bill Clinton, looking down at the top of Monica's head. He made it known that it wasn't sex, and the courts agreed. It must have been speech therapy lessons.
This would have gotten a rolling laugh from the interviewer, but I would have lost the job.
- Raven on Jan 23, 2013 Flag Response
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Hitler. I would've pursued an art career, not taking no for an answer.
- Anonymous on Jan 23, 2013 Flag Response
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Michael Dell ten years ago. He really blew the opportunity of a lifetime by not buying your company before it went public.
- Tim Pilon on Jan 23, 2013 Flag Response
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I would be my personal teacher
- Yener Ă–rer on Jan 24, 2013 Flag Response
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Me, with this job.
- Diane on Jan 24, 2013 Flag Response
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I would want to become you and hire candidate I am are interviewing right now !
- priya on Jan 25, 2013 Flag Response
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I would want to become you and hire candidate I am interviewing right now !
- priya on Jan 25, 2013 Flag Response
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Me, with a job, and more money. I'm good looking and intelligent enough as it is.
- Stone Cold on Jan 25, 2013 Flag Response
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My son. Because he has a good father.
- victor on Jan 27, 2013 Flag Response
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that should be me......being contented and satisfying, and that's we have to be proud of
- john on Jan 29, 2013 Flag Response
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I like who I am so I'll chose myself. Even still, each day I try to be a better version of me.
- Ken on Feb 14, 2013 Flag Response
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Someone very rich born in 3750. With their own space yacht
- Time Traveller on Mar 3, 2013 Flag Response
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Good question. I honestly don't know how to answer that.
- Anon on Apr 21, 2013 Flag Response
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Flutter Shy
- Jack Wonderful on May 28, 2013 Flag Response
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You because i don't ask such questions
- Anand on Jun 9, 2013 Flag Response
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The person dating me
- PMG on Jan 14, 2014 Flag Response

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