• anonymous
You are interviewing a source about his game-winning touchdown in the Super Bowl. He tells you that he never expected to become a football player until his older brother died in a car accident and left behind lots of football equipment and trophies that inspired him. The next question on your list is “How excited are you about this win?” What should you do?
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  • anonymous
Skip that question and move on to whatever is next on your interview list. Ask him whether there is anything else he would like to talk to you about. You should always stay on track and read the next question on your interview list. Change your question to ask about his brother and the inspiration he gave him.

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