Nick: This is a bad way to be doing my homework. I stare at it for a while, then write ‘Obvious’ when it’s solved.
Alan: I mean, we try not to do that in Pillbox, but this isn’t Pillbox.
Michael: It’s broadbox.
Nick: After I finish the style guide for broadsheet, I should write the guide for broadbox.
Michael: How about you work on Pillbox, or the layout guide.
Nick: So many productive things you want me to do. What is this?
Michael: Or I have algo homework you can do.
Greg: Wait, ‘Fact facts’?
Katie: As opposed to ‘Fictional facts’?
Greg: I think those should be ‘fast facts’
Nick: Aw, this page has ‘fast facts’. Should I circle it and tell them to change it to ‘fact facts’?
Nick: Okay, looking at Graph Jam is more fun than doing homework.
Greg: You’re being teased on the front page.
Nick: What is being teased?
Greg: Katie’s article.
Nick: Oh. I thought it was actually a person. Like ‘The Tartan is making fun of person X’.
(People are filling out surveys)
Doug: What? I don’t understand.
Nick: There are pens over there. You take a pen, take off the cap, put the pen on the paper and start to write the information it asks for.
Greg: Aw, you should have left off the last part.
Nick: Aaaaaaaah… the stroke is missing.
Nick: Who wants ‘A divided government’?
All: Wha…. oh the article.
*Alan walks around Greg*
Greg: Why am I being orbited?
Alan: I am a moon!
Greg: You might be the sun, according to one in five Americans… according to the board ed art.
Nick: Wait… one of five Americans?
Nikunja: What five Americans do *you* know that orbit the earth?