Nora Ephron: Thank you so much, thank you. But the short answer to your question is no.
Garrison Keillor: Well, that’s a good question.
Ephron: Exactly! That’s what I’m trying to say to you.
Keillor: I just walked around the city. But I couldn’t.
Ephron: This was back in the day when older women had gray hair.
Keillor: No. So they’re almost the same thing.
Ephron: Yes, yes, several of them.
Keillor: All of my weapons were taken away from me.
Ephron: We really don’t have a clue.
Keillor: Nothing left to the imagination at all. It makes the reader feel sorry for you.
Ephron: No, that would be ludicrous.
Keillor: And I believe that, because it’s true.
Ephron: Going through the divorce was horrible.
Keillor: And nobody wants to live with one.
Ephron: I’m paraphrasing, but I just remember reading it and thinking, oh yes, that is so true.
Keillor: I don’t know. I talk in subjects and verbs, and sort of wind around in concentric circles until I get far enough away from the beginning so that I can call it the end, and it ends.
Ephron: And that’s that.