—All ideas come in some measure from misunderstanding, from a misreading of a situation or a text or an intention. Thinking, then, in its purest form, is a type of error – a constant going astray, or wander—
—No. Too broad.
—Some? Really? No.
—There are ideas—
—No. Too vague.
—Ideas come from misunder—
—What? What was wrong with that? What do you want me to say? What on earth would please you?
—Be quiet until you have something interesting to say.