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    #1

    a person that is still obsessed/a person who is still obsessed?

    So which one is correct:

    1. I'm not the only person that is still obsessed with Dragnet, am I?
    2. I'm not the only person who is still obsessed with Dragnet, am I?

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    Re: a person that is still obsessed/a person who is still obsessed?

    They are both correct. Your choice.

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