Matt Jensen: You still drinking coffee?
Clay Jensen: You're still drinking coffee.
Matt Jensen: Yes. I guess we just hope for more for our children.
Clay Jensen: We'll probably live longer, if that helps. If your generation doesn't destroy the planet first.
Matt Jensen: It's too late, I'm afraid.
Clay Jensen: This isn’t a talk, is it?
Matt Jensen: No talk. We’ll communicate through semaphores.
Clay Jensen: I can see how you’d think I’d be the one person in the world to laugh at that, but…
Matt Jensen: Did you shower?
Clay Jensen: I totally showered.
Matt Jensen: I feel it's possible you didn't shower.
Clay Jensen: I didn't shower. Look, I just... I turned the water on just now, and I thought about it all, the whole thing, taking clothes off, dealing with hair, and I just... I couldn't do it. Look, we shower, like... every day, and it's just... a lot.
Matt Jensen: I prefer to leave my lectures in the lecture hall, but, you know... there's actually an important lesson to be learned from a hangover.
Clay Jensen: Don't drink?
Matt Jensen: Sure, but... you'll drink. It happens. The overarching lesson is that actions have consequences. Judging from the way you look, you've probably suffered enough for today.
Clay Jensen: What is that?
Matt Jensen: Hot sauce, horseradish, kale, a raw egg, and, uh, about six other things designed to cure a hangover.
Clay Jensen: Dad, where’s your radio thing?
Matt Jensen: “My radio thing”?
Clay Jensen: That thing you play CDs on when you’re painting or working in the yard or whatever.
Matt Jensen: My boom box.
Clay Jensen: That really what they’re called?
Matt Jensen: They were. I believe now they’re called obsolete.