Daniel: Oh, come on, Ultraman!
May: What's up, Bro? What's in the bulletin?
Daniel: It says that there will be a blackout from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in our neighborhood today.
May: Blackout? Even the TV has the limit.
Daniel: (starting at May angrily) Don't you know you will look like a monster in the blackout?
May: Oops, no, Daddy can't watch American Idol, either!
Daniel: That's not the point. Come on, can you imagine that there will be no electricity on such a hot day?
May: Oh, my god! No air-conditioner!
Daniel: OK, since you are the smart one, can you come up with a better plan? So that we won't be baked like cookies here.
May: How about playing Barbie out there in the neighborhood?
Daniel: Barbie? You know, I might be seven, but I'm not a girl.
May: Do you have a better plan?
Daniel: All right, all right.
May: When blackout happened in our community my little brother Daniel couldn't watch his favorite cartoon Ultraman, and my Dad couldn't watch American Idol either. So they would say blackout is a disaster. But for me it's fine. I'd just play out with our dog Barbie. And that is really fun.
limit n. 限度，限制
bulletin n. 公告
bro. = brother
You know I'm seven, but I'm not a girl.