CUSTOMER: Have you been selling a lot of The Road by Cormac McCarthy?
WATERFALL: Well, I only work here one day a week, so I'm not sure. But I do know that it's one of the local book-club books.
CUSTOMER: I've heard lots of high praise for it, but it seems to me like it would be a depressing book.
WATERFALL: Yes, that was my impression. I haven't read it, yet. I'm not a big McCarthy fan, to be honest.
CUSTOMER: Well, that's because he makes you work. He makes you think. You can't be a lazy reader with him.
WATERFALL: No, actually, um ... I'm just not a McCarthy fan.
CUSTOMER (walking out after not having bought anything): Yep, you have to be willing to work if you're going to read Cormac McCarthy.
WATERFALL (after customer is out of range): Whatever. (Grumbling to self.)