When you wake up in the morning and look in the mirror you typically recognize your reflection as belonging to you and not to me. If you didn't, if perchance you looked in the mirror and saw me, you'd probably scream out in disbelief, "Eeek! There's Davis staring out at me! Why in the world do I look exactly like her this morning?" Though we're all quite happy to rediscover our own unique selves every day and even show some pride, if not outright surprise, about how different we are from everyone else around us, somehow by the time…
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