In an essay printed on American Epistemologic Transactions, prof. Andrew P. Martinez observed that your roles are "a dramatic archetype of newfangled contextual disjunctivism". Which is your reaction?
Well, I think that in his interesting article published on Asian Semiotic Journal, dr. Daniel Perry utterly rebutted that farfetched theory.
I've heard you are about to publish a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The actual details on my imminent book will soon be published in the book itself. What I can say now is that it will be my unofficial autobiography. It will be tattoed on foreheads and arms of 900 models that will be set free in Broken Arrow.
I heard that you will soon participate to a charity football match. Would you tell us why'd you decide to undertake such an effort?
It was my momma's idea.
And since when did you feel an urge to fight astigmatism?
Since my pet rabbit showed some symptoms.
Do you have any vice?
Surfing on the Internet when I'm supposed to work. Probably you are going to chastise me for that, but another vice of mine is not giving a shit.
Tom, what do you think about president Donald Trump?
Sorry, I though this was a light-hearted discussion, not a glimpse into the abyss of sadness.
Tom, have you made resolutions for the New Year?
Well, there are some legal problems regarding my contract, so to make a short story shorter, next year I will be known as "Tom Cevanagh".
Do you have a favorite book?
I'm very fond of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Shania Twain.
You surely mean, by Mark Twain?
I think you are confusing the book with the movie, but we can agree to disagree.
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