Livestock: moof i like audiobooks sometimes
Moof: yes i do not like them tbhqwyj"l"b
Livestock: well i like laying down and listening to them on headphones as i go to sleep even though i end up losing my place constantly and never finishing them
Moof: i like reading an actual book okay
Livestock: i read books as well but only when prison break is on (because that is as good as a book and i consider it the same as reading a book)
Moof: prison break i think is more than just art it is flawless beauty manifested as light
Livestock: i think prison break is proof that there is a god and that he speaks to us and is with us
Livestock: the depth of that show is deeper than the deepest ocean
Livestock: moof if i was framed for shooting the vice president's brother i trust that you would commit a crime to go to prison and attempt to break me out
Moof: yes of course i would!!
Moof: i am sort of offended you even had to ask
Moof: livestock did you watch tonight's episode
Livestock: i have not watched it yet
Livestock: i trust that it has twists and turns that will leave me staggering to comprehend how such genius could exist amongst us
Moof: yes you will be amazed
Livestock: sometimes i wonder if prison break is based on a true story, because it seems so real
Moof: it really makes me think about government and society and life as a whole you know
Livestock: sometimes it feels like we are all in prison for crimes we did not commit, and we have to break free
Moof: livestock sometimes i wonder if i spend too much time committing crimes so that i can free others from jail, perhaps that is my escape from my own personal jail??
Livestock: moof i wonder if i'll ever truly be free
Livestock: even if i escape the jail of my soul, i will still be on the run
Moof: this is the season 2 of your life
Livestock: i just hope i can keep the intensity going
Natural and supernatural horrors mount on an expedition to an island music festival for the wealthy.
With college finals approaching, it's time once again for Microsoft Word autosummaries of all the old, boring books you were supposed to read.
Moof and Livestock discuss life, love, human nature, and all the most important issues affecting humanity.