A Conversation in the Kavanaugh Home Circa January 2018

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A Conversation in the Kavanaugh Home Circa January 2018

Mrs. Kavanaugh: Brett I’m get­ting sick and tired of all this clut­ter, you’ve been promis­ing me you’d get this stuff cleaned out for ages.

Brett Kavanaugh: I know dear but these are all memen­tos of my school days.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: Memen­tos? It’s just a bunch of papers. You don’t need them for anything

Brett Kavanaugh: They don’t take up all that much space, and besides some of this stuff might be use­ful someday.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: USE­FUL? This junk [reaches into a box] When are you going to need a bunch of old cal­en­dars from 1982?

Brett Kavanaugh: You never know dear.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: I’ll give you till the end of the year, I want all this stuff in the recy­cle bin.

Brett Kavanaugh: But dear…

Mrs. Kavanaugh: I’ll tell you what, if you can prove before Christ­mas that any of this junk is actu­ally use­ful, I’ll give you an apol­ogy you’ll never forget.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: Brett I’m getting sick and tired of all this clutter, you’ve been promising me you’d get this stuff cleaned out for ages.

Brett Kavanaugh: I know dear but these are all mementos of my school days.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: Mementos? It’s just a bunch of papers. You don’t need them for anything

Brett Kavanaugh: They don’t take up all that much space, and besides some of this stuff might be useful someday.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: USEFUL?  This junk [reaches into a box]  When are you going to need a bunch of old calendars from 1982?

Brett Kavanaugh: You never know dear.

Mrs. Kavanaugh: I’ll give you till the end of the year, I want all this stuff in the recycle bin.

Brett Kavanaugh: But dear…

Mrs. Kavanaugh: I’ll tell you what, if you can prove before Christmas that any of this junk is actually useful, I’ll give you an apology you’ll never forget.