Camping can be a good escape for criminals, even just girls most likely to steal a boat. There isn't much to do when camping, though, except talk. And no matter how many chances you get to talk, you'll inevitably just discuss something you've already talked about in the past.
- L: "No, it won't be like that guy who made a speech at U.C. Berkeley
in 1986 that a famous movie speech was based off of."
R: "I certainly wouldn't want to end up in jail like him in any case."
- L: "Oh, it won't be like that '70s movie with a cult following. That one
that is set in Mexico and features Al."
- L: "There's no way it was worse than the horrible reception that movie
received when it debuted at the Cannes film festival. Besides, the movie
supposedly got better after it was recut... though, this didn't happen until
after the dispute in which the producer/director/actor called a prominent
movie critic fat."
- L: "It was almost like a family event if we were that family from the TV
show in which it was ex-wife versus current wife, a former secretary. We'd
need to dress the part though so we could get a clothing line like the show
- L: "It won't be like that country music star who went on a 2007 tour with a
name that includes a type of footwear."
- L: "Thanks for the commentary. Trust me, I didn't need you to sound like
that guy who once took some flak for a comment about an animal."
R: "Didn't he leave his current job shortly after that incident?"
L: "Yeah. Now I just try to restrict my memory of that guy to the references in the '90s song by the band with a number in its name."
- L: "I'm pretty sure she's a member of that TV race where they look just
R: "I hear there're actually twelve different ones."
- L: "Oh, the uproar won't be like when that foreign actor had a story about
him printed in Time magazine in the 1990s?"
R: "No, how could it compare? The story of him resulted in a Washington Post columnist urging for a boycott of the actor's films, right?"
L: "Yeah, the women's rights groups were afire, too."
- L: "He won't vanish like that magician who many mistook as leader of
a national political party."
R: "I don't understand how such a mistake is even possible."
- L: "Trust me; you won't go missing like that person for whom an
advertising campaign was named. You remember, you had to try to find
this person in the game, but the airline got complaints and the game was
- L: "He was a lot like that guy in the commercials where the company had
this slogan about earning money a certain way."
R: "Wasn't that guy born in the southeast part of Europe?"
L: "Yeah! Of course, his birth was way before he co-founded his theater company, which put on the famous radio performance."
- L: "Oh, come on. You can be more original than saying that famous
catchphrase in the '90s movie in which the color red was used to highlight
specific scenes in the movie, which ended up being related to the
- L: "You can be like that woman who had all those goods shipped to Croatia
and then married the famous singer."
- L: "You can offer a prize like that company offered if someone could
come up with a better way for making predictions."
R: "I wouldn't want to get in trouble for having a history of smoothing, though."
- L: "He said you should read that book by the professor at a North Carolina
R: "I told him I already had. After all, it's about the decline of an industry. How couldn't I?"
L: "I couldn't. I mean those statistics about reading? And the talk about advertising rates? Snooze button."
R: "Well, I liked the discussion of how technology has changed the industry."