His eyes were definitely sad, and had that far-away, serious look I associate with Metal. And the way he talked, too, was familiar to me as pointing me towards some of the Metal people I know. He spoke carefully, as if he had been working through things very systematically, and he was keen to answer the interviewer’s questions in as clear and straightforward a way as possible. There was no attempt to try to engage the interviewer in any kind of relationship, as Fire or Earth might have done. At the end of the interview I was left with a feeling of having been in the presence of somebody very self-contained. All of this pointed to the Metal element, I thought.
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I have always enjoyed watching sport since I was a little girl and we were taken by our father to see many of the events in the 1948 Olympic Games. Now I can enjoy this from an additional angle, not only from the point of view of the sport itself, but adding to it a bit of spice by trying to work out the athletes’ elements. This makes my TV watching both an enjoyable and an instructive exercise. As the saying goes, it is a good way of mixing business with pleasure.