Logan: I feel like we talk about weddings all of the time always, but ha, I would like to talk about them some more.
What is home. Where is home.
Logan: Mike, have you been in a shopping establishment lately? While I was home I went to a Target and wanted to buy every notebook and pencil in the place. I had like, an ache. For school supplies.
Mike: So, Logan, every Friday we sort of scratch our heads and think, “What are we going to talk about for our Friday chat this week? We have chatted all the chats! There are no more chats!” Today we are going to do a grab bag. We each get three questions of whatever nature we want and will take turns asking them. Okay, I’ll start.
I don’t know, that’s basically like the opposite of my experience with talking about my career with my own parents. I’m sure your parents were also supportive of whatever you wanted to do?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Mike: Logan, I just impulse-purchased a flight to S.F. right now. I have no idea where I am staying.
Freestylin’ on salads and Kacey Musgraves.
Logan: I’ve been doing some binge reading on the NSA and privacy and Our Police State. Binge and purge really, because I’ll read a bunch and then I’ll get freaked out and stop and then I’ll revisit, and then I’ll stop. And mostly what this process has left me with is an even greater sense of impending doom than I usually have. E tu????
Ice cream =/= smoothies.
The office of our dreams is the place we’re happy to go to work in every day.
In which we discuss why we’d be terrible at having an intern hanging out with us.
Logan: Wait I’m very very very confused. How have you only watched eight episodes?
Mike: Logan, did you see this op-ed in The Los Angeles Times written by John McCain? Essentially, he wants cable TV to be unbundled—”an a la carte approach to programming rather than the take-it-or-leave-it ultimatum we have today.”
Logan: Hey MIKE! Let’s talk about this week on the site.