Imagine that someone in your neighborhood broke the law and the judge put the whole neighborhood under suspicion, how fair would that be? Well! It happens everyday to high-schoolers. Just because some students have stolen things in shops, all of us are treated like thieves. Even though I never steal, store employees look at me like I’m some kind of hardened criminal. For example, during one lunch period, my friend Danny and I went to the Grabbing-Go restaurant to have a hot dog. We arrived to find a line of students waiting outside. A new sign in the window told the story-----“no more than two students at a time”. After fifteen minutes, we finally got in. But the store manager laid the evil eye on us. I asked him about the new sign, and he said, “You kids are stealing too much stuff!” “You kids? Too much stuff?” We were not only assumed to be thieves, but brilliant, greedy thieves. The most annoying thing though, is the way the employees watch my friend and me. It’s horrible! Once, at a drug store, I was looking around and found a guy standing on a large box, stocking the shelves. He was watching my hands more than he was watching his own. I showed him that my hands were empty. He got down off his box and rushed off as if he was going to get the store manager. How crazy is that!
Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard。
Q33: What does the speaker find to be unfair?
Q34: What measure did the Grabbing-Go restaurant take to stop stealing?
Q35: What happened in a drug store that greatly annoyed the speaker?