Talon on the Street: Wild Card Week

Hello, and welcome to Talon on the Street, where we get the opinions of Oak Park High School. This episode’s question is a wild card, let’s get started:

Interviewer: Okay Matthew, if you were to get rid of any state, what would it be and why?

Matthew Schwartz: I would probably pick California because it’s so liberal.

Interviewer: Expand on that please.

Matthew Schwartz: I don’t think there’s really anything to expand on. It’s just very liberal here in California.

Interviewer: Okay Dylan, would you rather fight one horse sized duck, or 100 duck sized horses?

Dylan Shewring: I would rather fight 100 duck sized horses.

Interviewer: And why?

Dylan Shewring: I just feel like they’re tiny so I could take them on.

Interviewer: Expand on that please.

Dylan Shewring: I feel like the size difference in a horse and a duck is just too much for me. So, one kick of the horse and I’m done, but I feel like i could take on little tiny ducks. 

Interviewer: Okay, okay thank you.

Dylan Shewring: You’re welcome.

Interviewer: Alright Aidan, a penguin walks through a door right now with a sombrero, what does he say, and why is he here?

Aidan Snyder: He says, “What’s good,” and he’s there to just mob if you know what I’m saying.”

Interviewer: Okay Shiri, if you were a pizza delivery woman or man, how would you benefit from scissors?

Shiri Ratoviz: I would use the scissors to cut the pizza in any way the customer would like their pizza cut. And that’s all.

Interviewer: If you were to compare yourself to an animal, what would it be and why?

Student 5: Oh why? A cat, because they’re smart and cool.

Interviewer: If you had a time machine, would you travel to the future, or back to the past?

Student 6: To the future, to see if the world is messed up or not, so I could come back and fix it over time.  

Interviewer: What kid’s movie is scary to you?

Student 7: “Monster House”

Interviewer: Can you expand?

Student 7: I don’t know, very scary, still traumatized till this day.

Interviewer: If I give you $50,000 to start your own business, what would that business be?

Jerry: It would be a charity for the homeless and people that need food, and that would need medical help.

Interviewer: That was very inspiring Jerry, thank you.

Jerry: Thank you.

Interviewer: Josh what’s the funniest thing that’s happened to you recently?

Student 8 (Josh): We were driving and one of my friends fell out of the car window. But he’s okay.

Interviewer: All good?

Student 8 (Josh): yeah all good, but it was very funny. 

Interviewer: If you had to work, but you didn’t need the money, what would you do?

Student 9: I would be a professional nanny. 

Interviewer: Expand on that please.

Student 9: I love kids and teaching.

Interviewer: Okay Ryan, what’s the best feature on the face? Male or female.

Student 10 (Ryan): I like some voluptuous lips.

Interviewer: Can you please explain?

Student 10 (Ryan): I like nice lips. 

Thanks for listening, we will see you next week!