Dr. Margaret Mead: Are you making a slave of your wife because you've turned her into a dishwasher instead of buying a dishwasher?
James Murphy: Our goals are different. We’re using different tools.
Mead: You see, when she comes in, you can go out. The outer world takes over.
Murphy: No. Not really. I’m not going to dye my hair.
Mead: That could be dangerous.
Murphy: I just finished the Morrissey autobiography.
Mead: There is, I think, a continuing trend away from it, especially in these "ghettos" that are being built for older people.
Murphy: Everyone thinks they’re correct all the time because their Facebook feed constantly reestablishes that they are.
Mead: They should, in the popular conception, be out of the house.
Murphy: At this moment in history it’s been emptied of meaning.
Mead: At this point, you said, "This is just a fairy story. It did not really happen."
Murphy: I looked at it and almost threw up in my mouth.
Mead: A whole lot.
Murphy: The internet means it doesn’t matter if you fucking live in New York.
Mead: Even when they do, people feel they shouldn't be there.