These are tough questions, but we are living in tough times. In trying to do my part for the economy, I spent $115 on clothes on Sunday! That may be a pittance to some of you but my money prefers to stay in the warm safety of my wallet, like a creature that hibernates year-round. Still, for the country’s sake, I’m making an effort, and if I win this contest at work I promised my brother I’d buy these. (They’re on sale!)
That led to a conversation about how I don’t understand the stock market and what’s going to happen now:
Adam: no one does!
literally no one knows
it’s like if you were a caveman kindergartener and you said, “what time is it?” someone would hit you on the head with a wooden club and tell you not to ask stupid questions
because no one KNEW what time it was!
i like how they wouldn’t have time yet but they would have kindergarten
cuz, of course
Adam: i think maybe kindergarten was all they had — i mean, fingerpainting was the most advanced art form
me: the rules must have been totally different though
they were pro playing with fire
Adam: you could run with scissors but you had to invent them first