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Two reporters interview each other.
"How do I feel? I feel that your question is trivial, courts sensationalism, and is designed to appeal to appallingly base instincts. Additionally, it demeans my intelligence. Next question."
"I fully expect the third grade to hold plenty of difficulties, but I've had a restful summer and think I'm up to whatever challenges I encounter."
"These 'ordinary working class' types, I think my scout at Oxford must have been one."
Cats on the street discuss the 'emotionally distant' issue.
'The trouble with trickle-down economics is, when it gets down to me, it keeps right on trickling.'
'Let's find out what the man on the doorstep thinks.' '&^%$?(*!'
'What do you think is the most important issue facing America?'
"Do you know the price of a pint of milk?"