"Uh, maybe," we reply, "Which scene?"
"The one where Sarah Connor has that nightmare she's standing outside the fence watching children play when a nuclear bomb explodes," he elaborates.
"Yeah?" we say.
"Then she's hit and she bursts into flames and becomes a burnt skeleton still hanging on to the fence," he tells us.
"What about it?" we ask him.
"That's how I feel every time we leave a patch of shade and step into the sun," he says.
"You spent an entire minute leading us down your train of thought just so you could express that you're hot?"
We all laugh and sweat and laugh.
By the way, it's hot.
Despite this, the three of us (Cydney, Ian and I) decided to walk around the city after seeing Helen off to the airport this morning. We stopped at a burger stand for lunch and then just kept going. For five hours through the heat. We went from Žižkov, where we live, to the giant horse statue (John Zizka of Trocnov and the Chalice) to Old Town to the bottom of Petřín and then back to Žižkov. Then we decided to walk to Tesco. We're all a bit sunburnt, but it was a good day hanging out with a good pal. I only brought my iPod today, so forgive the quality of the pictures.