Me: How's it going?
Primo: I left. I'm on my way home.
Primo: I felt so uncomfortable! I didn't want to bother people. Some of them were eating, some of them were listening to music.
Me: I can see that.
Primo: Plus I need a new name tag. The one I have identifies me as a Polka Dot, but in this part of town [full of Stripes], I just want to get my name out.
Me: Uh huh. But we need to figure out how to work a church festival.
Primo: I know. It just feels so awkward.
Me: Bill Proxmire used to stand at the gates of his state's fair and shake hands with everyone who walked in.
Primo: I know.
Me: Maybe we should ask one of your political friends who has already been elected how one works a church festival.
Me: Maybe I need to go with you.
Primo: I think that would be good.
I still hate politics, but I guess if I can't beat them, I should join them.