Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.
None of this week's questions mention the corona virus. However, if you want to share how you're feeling about Covid-19 at this extraordinary time, please feel free to do so.
1) Next Wednesday is April Fool's Day. Do you have any pranks planned? Do you expect to fall victim to any April Fool's Day mischief? I do not like April Fool's Day. I have no pranks planned.
2) When she was a kid, Crazy Sam would fool her mom by putting bubble wrap under the bath map so there would be a POP! when her mother stepped on it. When you encounter bubble wrap, do you always indulge in a pop or two? I don't typically pop any of them.
3) While we're using this song to celebrate April Fool's Day, it was written about another subject entirely: heartbreak. The lyrics tell us that at some point, we each get our hearts broken by someone who doesn't love us as much as we love them. Do you think that's true? I do not know if that is true for everyone, but it was true for me.
4) In 1962, this week's featured Connie Francis published a book aimed at teens called For Every Young Heart. It addressed topics like going steady and schoolwork vs. social life. Do you ever read advice columns or self-help books? no
5) Connie Francis can play the accordion. Sam has never met anyone adept at this complicated instrument -- not even in her high school band. What about you? Do you play the accordion, or do you know anyone who can? I do not.
6) In 1960, when this record was popular, Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird was published. Have you read it? Oh yes, I read it when I was in high school. I loved it.
7) Also in 1960, one of Life magazine's best-selling issues had Sophia Loren on the cover. At that time, she was an international film star and considered one of the world's most beautiful women. Who do you consider one of 2020's most beautiful women? I
am not sure, but Alicia Keys comes to mind. I love how is looks so natural. She also seems very kind.
9) Random question: When someone makes you really angry, are you more likely to respond with stony silence or a big noise? stony silence