"Oh?" Albus examined her with some interest. "So you would do away with the houses altogether?" He didn't suppose they would worry about things like that to start with, with so few students. It would likely a generation or two before they reached such numbers again. But the four pillars of the school were it's houses, as far as he had ever known. The idea of Hogwarts without them was almost foreign.
"I see," the Professor said thoughtfully. "Its a solid reasonings. It should buy us some international sway, although it may ruffle a few feathers. And I suppose it won't just be the money that follows. Vampires, hags.. I'm sure there are plenty who would like a wand, if the goblins appear to be getting them." But he was thinking out loud... Albus shook his head slightly, turning his attention back to Lilu with faint interest "But you're to work with that department here?"
It seemed a long jump from this blog business, but it was hard to tell.
He nodded. "That sounds sensible. Shall I begin?" Albus considered. His initial reaction was to ask about family - an easy beginner topic of conversation. But that would doubtless lead to the questions being aimed at him and that was something he was keen to avoid.
"What year are you from?" he asked, switching neatly over to Gobbledegook as they neared a moving staircase.