Karly approaches her coworker Jason at his desk.
Karly：Hey, Jason! A new art museum just opened downtown. Some of us are going this evening. Do you want to come?
Jason：No, thanks, Karly. I’m not really into art.
Karly：Oh. Why not?
Jason：To be honest, I don’t really see the point of art. It seems like a waste of time.
Karly：You’re kidding, right?
Jason：I just don’t get it. Art doesn’t make sense to me.
Karly：Oh, you’re talking about contemporary art. Some of that is pretty hard for me to appreciate, too. But I think it’s important to keep an open mind about …
Jason：No, no, I mean all kinds of art. Art is useless, isn’t it?
Karly：OK, you’ve just opened a can of worms. How can you say art is useless? Art is a form of beauty!
Jason：Yes, and where does beauty get you? Nowhere. It isn’t practical.
Karly：Well, maybe you misunderstand the purpose of art. It’s a form of self-expression. It reflects life’s truths!
Jason：But what does it get you to do? Nothing.
Karly：Do you expect everything in life to spur you into some sort of action? Haven’t you ever hung a painting on a wall and stepped back to admire it?
Jason：Sure I have. My walls aren’t bare.
to be into something：對…很有興趣、熱衷於、對…很著迷
waste of time：浪費時間
can of worms：棘手的難題、複雜難解的問題
to get = to understand、to take、to cause、to influence（了解、使…達到、促使、使得）