Primo: It was only $150.
Me: Why can't you just keep your dad's?
Primo: Because I told Jack months ago I would send it to him. But I am really concerned about having to deal with all my parents' stuff without a Mac.
Me: Good grief.
Primo: Only $150.
Me: That is not an "only."
Primo: Oh come on.
Me: Hey! That is an expense the estate can pay.
Primo: I don't know.
Me: This issue would not exist if it were not for your parents. We would have no reason to buy a Mac* if it were not for their estate. And frankly, with all the efforts your parents made to make sure you were disinherited and that you would not be paid for doing anything, I am happy to charge the estate.
Primo: Yeah. Maybe. I have to ship the other one to Jack tomorrow.
Me: Uh huh.
Primo: Hey. Should the estate pay for the shipping?
* There is an ancient Mac in our basement.
** Yes, I want to get rid of it.
*** No, I cannot KonMari Primo into getting rid of his ancient Mac.
Me: We have a Mac in the basement.
Primo: No. That's an old firepower.
Primo: But I do have an old Mac in my office.
Me: OK ENGINEER.