Zach Hill: I’ve never had a driver’s license, never driven a car, so I ride my bike all over town and stuff.
Dick Cheney: It’s not going to blow up.
Hill: No, not really.
Cheney: That was a lie, and you guys bought it in a minute.
Hill: It’s quite the opposite.
Cheney: You watch what you eat, try to exercise on a regular basis.
Hill: Oh, food stamps, dude. I’m definitely not a partier.
Cheney: I walked into the emergency room and passed out.
Hill: That’s another thing about that kind of thing, because I don’t really know.
Cheney: Absolutely. But you still do your job.
Hill: Yeah. Generally I wake up.
Cheney: Nobody disputed that.
Hill: So I started saving all the broken drumsticks and filling garbage bags and not throwing them away.
Cheney: That was a terrible precedent to set.
Hill: Oh, that’s what I prefer, actually.
Cheney: Why? That strikes me as a totally incongruous and contradictory thing to say.
Hill: I feel like I’ve put so much of myself out there in the musical sense that there’s a side of me that really likes having an outlet that’s just kind for me at this point in time, which is when I feel like drawing or painting or making video art or whatever, because I do all that stuff on my own time at home.
Cheney: Intelligence showed conclusively that there was a nuclear reactor there.