We, I mean, I, was totally wrong about the need for mousetraps in the house. It's a barbaric practice if you think about it. We, I mean, I can't possibly sleep peacefully knowing our, I mean my, house is built on a foundation of pain and suffering. Also -
No she would never sound like that. That isn't it at all.
Well how would you suggest we go about doing this thing?
You just need to go on about some mundane thing until you hit a level of absurdity, then you take a left turn and you're there.
Fred, you're being a little general. Could you give some specifics?
No, I can't. I didn't actually pay attention. Stuff like toothpaste mashed up on the edge of the sink, or the way toast is good when its warm, and not when it's not.
You're kidding me.
And people read this?
Well there's no proof that they aren't reading it.
So how would you suggest slipping in our subversive message?
Subtlety. Little by little. I think we might want to discourage people from sweeping. They probably have better things to do right?
How does this solve our problem?
Well, it doesn't solve the problem, but it gives us more crumbs to choose from while we work on the problem. Also cats. You can't say enough bad things about cats.
Where do I begin?
I know huh? It's a subject ripe with material.
Bill, Could you please move?
What here? Go ahead.
No it's like a button with a letter on it and I have to hit them in the right order to make the words and your tail is in the way.
No, you don't have to do that Gerald is taking dictation.
Yeah he's like a typing acrobat you should see him. It's an art really. It's a shame he doesn't have much to say, or many opportunities to do this kind of work.
"What does it matter? It's not like anyone reads this anyway."