William F. Buckley Jr: I sometimes call somebody and don’t want to be recognized.
Shamir Bailey: It doesn’t matter if you’re promiscuous or not; just one time, if you’re not protected, you can catch anything.
Buckley: Sure. Well, it’s a converted children’s playroom. Could you please tell me how to execute somebody with electricity?
Bailey: [Laughs] Definitely.
Buckley: I occasionally run into stuff that deeply impresses me.
Bailey: The more vulnerable you are, the better.
Buckley: I’m skeptical. I think that’s a danger.
Bailey: You’re on your chosen path. Everything else is just dirt.
Buckley: Absolutely. But how would the reader know?
Bailey: I don’t like to go to the movie theaters because they’re cold and annoying and I just don’t like movie theaters. You know?
Buckley: Yes, I do. And for that reason it is not easy to command a large public.
Bailey: That’s the first step for me.
Buckley: But that satisfaction is long after the foreplay. What am I going to do next?
Bailey: You’re letting the person know how special the house is, and all that you’ve done in it.
Buckley: On the other hand, don’t ever devote the entire day to doing just that, or the chances are you’ll get bored with it, or simply run out of energy.
Bailey: Yeah, I always wanted a little teacup pig. A bro cave.