Colleague: What are you doing?
Me: I’m looking up a president for a student.
Colleague: Can you look up James Madison for me? I’m listening to a book about him and want to see a picture.
Me: Sure. Here you go.
Colleague: He looks nothing like I imagined. I imagined him looking more like an uncle. He seems so kind and gentle in the book.
Me: Madison? Those aren’t adjectives I’ve heard used about him. Great man, sure. But gentle and kind? Nope.
Colleague: And don’t tell me. But I think someone’s going to try and kill him.
Me: Well, you can’t stop worrying. No one killed Madison.
Colleague: Not Madison. I meant Garfield.
Me; Oh. You might want to start worrying again.