Alex Chadwick: How would this conversation go if I were a
woman conducting this interview?
Mary Abbajay (second interview
subject): Oh, we'd get right down and dirty. I
think we'd get --
Stephanie Abbajay: We would probably be --
Mary Abbajay: -- we'd be bonding.
Stephanie Abbajay: Yeah, we'd be bonding.
Mary Abbajay: By now, we would have like finished your sentences
for you and said --
Stephanie Abbajay: We'd be touching each other a lot.
Mary Abbajay: We would have found some common things like
Alex Chadwick: You don't really need too many questions.
Just get people started.
Mary Abbajay: Like, I have friends who gave up cattiness
for Lent, and I said, "Count me out." You know, that's like, I'll
give up chocolate. I'll give up cigarettes -- (inaudible) -- but
I'm not giving up being catty. I mean, what good is there? What
is the point of even conversing for the next six weeks if you're
going to give up cattiness? (Music.)
Alex Chadwick: I forget. What was it I asked?
Wood (third interview subject):
Here I am, this fat, political lesbian, with my little two-year-old,
looking out my window. What a beautiful day. What a beautiful
Fox (fourth interview subject):
And I hope these politicians start doing something about, you know,
stay out of outer space for a while and start cleaning up what we've
got going on around here -- hunger, and people need education.
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