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While I should be forgiven for adopting a famous movie title from the 60's I could not help but be reminded of it when attending the presentation and discussion of the paper by Professors Broadbent and Loughlin. It wasn't in regard to their paper or the ensuring discussion. It was that two people (partners in real as well as academic life) should so obviously love what they do and know each other so well that they finish each other's sentences. They have fun while doing research, they have fun while they work togther and they are passionate about what they do.
Loving what you do, being passionate about it and having someone to share that passion, sounds like a recipe for happiness to me?