My interview was this afternoon. I feel like it went very well. In any case, I wouldn't change a thing that I said. I went into it thinking I already have a job, I don't NEED this one. Therefore, it's up to the committee now...if it's meant to be, it's meant to be! The timeline is moving fast-they interviewed 5 today (2 hours each!), then they are making a decision tonight (with 7 on the panel, it's tough to get them all together, so they want to make it tonight). They'll forward the choice on to the VP of something or other tomorrow, Thursday call references, and possibly let the candidate now Thursday or Friday! Argh, now to wait! A few weird questions, although I know why they asked them. First: <from my prospective boss> If I drove the 75 miles over here to take you out to lunch at a restaurant, and you ordered a hamburger with ketchup but got a cheeseburger with mustard, what would you do? My answer: There are some fights that are worth fighting, but cheeseburgers aren't one of them. I choose not to die on cheeseburger hill. Plus, if you drove the 75 miles over here, I assume we have more important things to discuss than cheeseburgers. So, as long as it was tasty, I'd eat it and get over it. His follow up: How many quarters stacked up would it take to equal the height of the Empire State Building? I figured this was a logic/problem solving question of some sort, and now that I've googled it, it is. I said the first thing that popped into my mind: There is a lot of things that I know, but a lot of things that I don't know. One characteristic of a good leader is being able to delegate, so I'm going to find someone who knows the answer and get back to you asap. If you give me 5 minutes and a computer, I could get you the answer now. I think when I email my thank you, I'll answer him creatively-after googling it, turns out it is the true "$64,000 question"-the dollar value of the coins is around $64,000. I found this interaction hilarious! The supervisor of this job is certainly full of spit and vinegar.