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Jervis:
How'd you scrape your knuckles?



Joseph Rearden:
Shadowboxing a lamppost.


[after a pause]



Joseph Rearden:
I got a little pissed last night.

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Gerda:
If there's anything else you need, just press this button here.



Joseph Rearden:
[smiling] Yeah!



Joseph Rearden:
[after a pause] I'd like a poke.



Gerda:
A poke, Mr. Reardon?



Joseph Rearden:
Yeah, a poke. You know what i mean. How about it, Stretch?



Gerda:
[smiling] I'm afraid I stopped being a woman several years ago.



Joseph Rearden:
Get someone else.



Gerda:
No, that's not possible.



Joseph Rearden:
Why not?



Gerda:
Security obviously.



Joseph Rearden:
I don't have to talk to her.



Gerda:
Well, even if she didn't speak, she would see you.



Joseph Rearden:
Put a bag over her head.



Gerda:
But you would see her.



Joseph Rearden:
Put a bag over my head. I've been in prison for 15 months!

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Sir George Wheeler:
Even the best of politicians have to compromise sometimes.

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Sir George Wheeler:
[to Reardon] I like to study the workings of the criminal mind at close quarters whenever I have the opportunity, so please speak out.

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Slade:
[musing poetically] I'm going home.


[quoting poetry]



Slade:
'Sleep after toil, port after stormy seas, ease after war, death after life does greatly please.'



Joseph Rearden:
[laconically] I don't know about you, Slade; I'm not ready for death. The rest I'll drink to.

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