The All-Too-Familiar Experience of a Pundit with a Home Office

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3 Responses to The All-Too-Familiar Experience of a Pundit with a Home Office

  1. Jason Bedrick says:

    That’s simultaneously painful and hilarious.

    Jay, have you ever had an experience like this? Perhaps while on a call with a foundation?

    • I’ve been there many times. Once I was on a conference call with John Walton when one of my kids came into the home office to announce loudly that he had to poop faster than I could hit the mute button. And I’ve had several radio interviews with screaming kids barging in. But now they are all grown and I miss them barging in. And the truth is no one really minds having kids interrupt discussions about education. And if they do, forget them.

      How about you?

      • Jason Bedrick says:

        Yes, I recall that story. (It’s why I asked.)

        And although I’m sure this guy was terribly embarrassed, I’m sure most of the viewers sympathized with him. And I bet he’ll lock the door next time.

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