LRE: Hey Doc.
DOC: Hey to you.
LRE: Work’s busy so I only have a minute to stop in here today.
DOC: You haven’t even been in for weeks.
LRE: Right, sorry. Again; blame work.
DOC: Fine. Whatever.
LRE: Don’t take offense. At least I’m here today, even if it’s only brief.
DOC: Okay. I guess I could just ask one question then.
LRE: How about if I just ask YOU one question?
DOC: I’m not paid to ANSWER questions.
LRE: You’re not paid.
DOC: Ouch, that hurts.
LRE: You don’t really exist so how could you be paid?
DOC: Is that you’re question?
LRE: No. Rhetorical questions aren’t meant to be answered.
DOC: Fine then. Ask your one question.
LRE: Okay. Do you think the stimulus will help?
DOC: Uh… what?
LRE: The additional $1 trillion stimulus that’s been proposed?
DOC: You’re asking a political question?
LRE: Yes. It was suggested by Russell that I ask lots of people: Stopping the Stimulus.
DOC: I can’t even fathom a trillion. What about you?
LRE: I asked you. And I won’t taint your answer with my opinion.
DOC: Why not? You’re never one NOT to share your opinion.
LRE: Right. Maybe I’ll share it later. Maybe I’ll share what I wrote to my congressman and senators another time.
LRE: Maybe the internet has an opinion.
DOC: Oh, okay. I’ll ask them. HEY INTERNET, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE STIMULUS?
LRE: I don’t think you have to shout.