Leonard Wieseltier, literary editor of The New Republic, believes that, "Moreover there isn’t a lot you can say about anything consequential in 300 words."
"My name is Christy."
"Do you want to get some mozz sticks?"
"Sure, I'd love to go, if you're there."
"Of course. I thought you knew that."
"Jim, you have to understand this - I like you because you're you, not because I want there to be some perfect you."
"Yes. Of course, yes."
"I can't believe we're doing this."
"I think we have enough."
"They said it might be bad news."
"I think you should do it."
Consequential to me, at least.