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After Granger introduces Montag to his group of men, The Book People, why does Montag tell Granger, "I don't belong with you. I've been an idiot all the way"?
Montag feels that he doesn't fit in with the highly-educated men, who all worked at prestigious institutions.
Montag gets the feeling that his beliefs and values differ from those of Granger and the other men.
Montag fears that once the other men discover he was a firefighter, they will cause him harm or ostracize him.
Montag gets an eerie feeling from the men and doesn't feel safe; his intuition tells him to leave their group as soon as he can.
Initially, Montag suspects that Granger and the other men are undercover authorities who want to rat him out.