You seem to be always so lively and chirpy. Do you also have a dark side?
It's hard to admit it, but I do. Each of us has a dark side. Sometimes, when I bump into a colleague, I grind my teeth and I shiver with aversion. And all of a sudden, I feel a compulsion to wipe out her jeering smug look. That is my cheerful side... I let you figure out how my dark side is.
If I may say so, Amy, you are well known for your singular demands when staying in hotels. Is it true? Could you tell us why and maybe make an example of something you may ask?
I can't live without astronaut memoirs or mammoth jerky delivered everyday to my suite.
Which is your favorite movie?
Surely "Loose Cannons". I think that Dan Aykroyd was a blessing.
In an essay appeared on Transactions on Pragmatic Foundations, dr. Timothy Butler has observed that your songs are "a dramatic archetype of newfangled symbolic dogmatism". Which is your reaction?
Well, I think that in his interesting letter published on Russian Annals of Anthropological Perspectives, prof. Ronald Allen completely invalidated that bizarre observation.
Amy, some witnesses have seen you in a compromising situation with a singer whose name I'm not allowed to make public. Have you something to tell us?
Do you mean S.F.? It's a completely platonic thing. I deny any other such "situation", expecially one with W.W...
I may have a photo.
You know, the photo is probably just an accident...
An accident? I do not understand.
Well, accidents happen. Like when you accidentally take a double exposure. Or, for example, your mother or your office may "by accident" burst into flames. Are we on the level?
Now that I look at it under a better light, this is actually a picture of my mother-in-law...
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