Me: Hmm… going for crabs in a few hours and I just got off from work. It’s not raining, so what to do?
Me *rustles with map* Let’s see… not too familiar with Baltimore, but there must be something in that area I’d like to check off the list.
Me *studies map and consults
Great Oracle the internet*
Siri: You can only ignore me for so long.
Me: Actually, all I have to do is think back to my glorious CIA adventure and I can ignore you quite well.
Siri: Look, we all have days when perhaps we are over confident in our facts. Besides, there was a road there. It’s not my fault the CIA fenced it off.
Me *goes back to studying map*
Siri: And let’s face facts here. You’re going to need me to get wherever you’re going, so you might as well clue me in now.
Me: Until your battery runs down.
Siri: You will recall that on the trip in question I was giving directions, finding places to go, taking pictures, and playing music FOR THE ENTIRE DAY.
Siri: Not to mention I found that great restaurant in Fredericksburg for you.
Me: Also true.
Siri: So where are we going?
Me *types in address*
Siri: Woo hoo! New Mexico here we come!
Me *sigh*: We are not going to New Mexico.
Siri: Sure we are! Look, it’s right there in the address! Turn on this road and head towards New Mexico!
Me: New Mexico. In Baltimore.
Siri: Yep. Right there, ‘N.M.’
Me: N.M. stands for ‘National Monument’, not New Mexico.
Siri: Well it’s certainly feels like it’s 3000 degrees out here, but I always thought New Mexico was less humid.