1) What's something that seems to fascinate everyone else, but you just don't care about?
Most of the time it's the other way around.
It's celebrities. I don't care what they do. They have their own lives and it should stay that way.
So when someone comes home with the free trainpaper and wants to inform me about things one of those TV people has done I politely ask to be kept in the dark about it.
2) The lyrics refer to "the times we cried and laughed." Which did you do more recently, cry or laugh?
I always laugh, even when I have to cry.
3) In the song, our hero seems surprised that his girlfriend doesn't believe him. Are you more believing and trusting, or suspicious and skeptical?
Depends on the subject.
As a scientist I'm very skeptical, but I tend to believe and trust people.
4) This song is just over two minutes long, which seems short for a song but awful long when Sam is waiting for her chicken soup to heat in the microwave. What's the last thing you heated in a microwave?
I don't use it often.
It was applepie... yes, applepie.
5) This week's band, The Buckinghams, was one of the first acts to perform at Chicago's premiere summer festival, The Taste of Chicago.* Let's think ahead: Have you made any plans for Summer 2016?
No real plans.
maybe we have to move house, maybe I can finally visit London, or maybe I can finally go to Scotland.
6) In 1967, when this song was popular, Rolling Stone magazine published its first issue. What magazines do you subscribe to? Do they arrive in the mail, or do you read them online?
I still read some medical journals; they arrive in the mail.
Like the Journal of Oncology, the Journal of Midwifery, of the lungfoundation and of a heartfoundation.
7) Country star/American Idol judge Keith Urban was born in 1967. Are you watching the final season of American Idol?
No. I'm not american.
8) In 1967, the average cost of a movie ticket was $1.25. By 2015, it had risen $8.60. What's the last movie you saw in a theater?
Star Wars... for free.
9) Random question: Sam's taking everyone out to dinner and she's buying. Would you prefer the steak or the lobster?
I can deal with the steak, but I like lobster too.
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