Things do speak. Of course, we create things that speak. In the old days, when people smoked, and you could express things through smoking, I remember you'd be in a faculty meeting and you'd have your styrofoam cup you're clutching, and you'd be smoking and burning holes in the styrofoam cup, and no one yelped even though they were meant to. And you be doing this sort of thing where you put the cigarette out with a squash. When you put the cigarette out with the squash, the squash is still speaking there. It's indicating... Sherlock Holmes would pick up this cup and say, "This person didn't like Amendment 2." And in the old primitive so-called primitive times the world was full of life. Everything