As Faustus Leviticus, JD, Ph.D, it is your job to watch over the six children of the north wing here at Baroque Psychiatric Hospital for Children. Once a day you must call them, one at a time, into your office for a short interview. This morning approaches the regularly scheduled time for these check-ups. You like to keep a tight ship around here! After all, the north wing is the figurehead of this institution and tardiness is the LAST thing that will ruin that for you.
Sitting behind your desk, you hover your finger over a button. Once you press it, your voice will be transmitted throughout the entire wing, as always. This morning, you will be asking the usual questions:
How are you feeling today?
How can we improve our services here for you?
How are you getting along with your fellow patients?
Oftentimes, you come up with a unique question right before you call a patient down, without thinking about it-- you feel it keeps them on their feet. Anyhow, there's no real order for this. Thinking up just some various question, you must press the button and call a name.
Go ahead, Doctor.