Q. What’s really bugging you this morning?
A. Not much. Not much at all.
Q. Anything bugging you just a little bit?
A. Well, if you must ask, I suppose there are a couple things.
Q. Like what?
A. We didn’t get a very good turnout at the second round of auditions last night.
Q. Why not?
A. Probably because we haven’t advertised very well. This all came up rather suddenly.
Q. What else is bugging you?
A. Well, my dyslexia is very inconvenient. I’m doing a very important task that involves two separate computers, and saving files in two separate ways on each computer. It’s sort of like dyslexia upon dyslexia. These kinds of tasks take me five times as long to accomplish as the normal human being even if only one dyslexic factor is involved. Now it’s taking twenty-five times as long. It can be discouraging. But you know what’s bugging me the most?
A. The fact that I even am expected to discuss what’s bugging me this morning, rather than what I’m really happy about.
Q. What are you really happy about?
A. My daughter!!
The Questioner is silent.
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