JASON： It's too hot. I'm not sure I can walk any more.
CHRIS： Oh， c'mon. You're not so old.
I want to go to Monkey Island and look at the monkeys.
JASON： What? They have a monkey island here? Really?
CHRIS： Of course they do.
This is an excellent zoo. They have all kinds of monkeys here.
JASON： Great. Let's go. I love monkeys. That's why I started going out with you.
CHRIS： You're very funny today.
As for me， I've always loved boars and rhinos.
I like their smell. Maybe that's why I chose you.
JASON： I wish we could get some good iced coffee somewhere.
Wouldn't it be great if zoos had Starbucks in them?
Then I could buy you a few espressos and you'd climb over the fence into the lion cage.
I wouldn't have to worry about you any more.
JASON： Hah， hah， hah. Hey， look at that polar bear.
CHRIS： Oh， terrible.
JASON： Yes， I can't believe they have him out in the sun like this. Isn't it too hot?
CHRIS： It's sad. Sometimes I think zoos should treat animals better than they do.
Look at the space they have him in. It isn't enough.
JASON： No. It isn't. They should have him indoors in the air conditioning.
They should give him a nice tank to swim in， and fresh seal meat every day.
They should let him have an iced coffee every couple days.
CHRIS： You're thinking about yourself again. Always so selfish.
JASON： I feel sorry for that bear. Just like him， I'm too hot.
Both he and I--we should be in a nice cold wilderness right now.
We're both sick of southern California.
CHRIS： Do you really want to move away? To Alaska?
JASON： Yes， when I graduate. I will move away from California. That's for sure.
And I will take the bear with me. We will open an iced coffee cafe in Alaska.
He will do tricks for the customers and I will make the coffee.
It will be a great success.
CHRIS： You are a clown， Jason. You are just a clown.
JASON： Thank you. I respect clowns. Thank you very much.
So where is that Monkey Island?
CHRIS： Over this way. Follow me.