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manager

The chief executive who knows his strengths and weaknesses as a leader is likely to be far more effective than the one who remains blind to them. He also is on the road to humility -- that priceless attitude of openness to life that can help a manager absorb mistakes, failures, or personal shortcomings.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No manager ever won no ballgames.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The manager administers; the leader innovates. The manager has a short-range view; the leader has a long-range perspective. The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why. The manager has his eye on the bottom line; the leader has his eye on the horizon. The manager accepts the status quo; the leader challenges it.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
For a manager to be perceived as a positive manager, they need a four to one positive to negative contact ratio.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
For peace of mind, we need to resign as general manager of the universe.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The manager with the in basket problem does not yet understand that he must discipline himself to take care of activities that fail to excite him.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A computer will not make a good manager out of a bad manager. It makes a good manager better faster and a bad manager worse faster.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The one word that makes a good manager -- decisiveness.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The greatest manager has a knack for making ballplayers think they are better than they think they are.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A man may be a tough, concentrated, successful money-maker and never contribute to his country anything more than a horrible example. A manager may be tough and practical, squeezing out, while the going is good, the last ounce of profit and dividend, and may leave behind him an exhausted industry and a legacy of industrial hatred. A tough manager may never look outside his own factory walls or be conscious of his partnership in a wider world. I often wonder what strange cud such men sit chewing when their working days are over, and the accumulating riches of the mind have eluded them.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I would rather have a first-class manager running a second-rate business than a second-rate manager running a first-rate business.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A manager is an assistant to his men.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Brian: Obviously you're not happy here. You keep leaving, and fighting with me.
Sammy: You have got to be the worst manager we've ever had. The worst.
Brian: I think this is just an issue we need to explore!
Sammy: You explore it! I'm going back to work.More [10/14/2005 12:10:00]
My manager says, 'Are you sure? You should test-drive it and see how it feels.' I know how it will feel. It will feel like I just wasted $80,000.More [03/17/2006 12:03:00]
“An institutional money manager was not going to make a gamble today to buy it or sell it, I would think, until something concrete comes out or the price moves too high or too low.”More [06/20/2006 12:06:00]
“I would like to think I would rise to the occasion, but it's just interesting to me how powerful human beings can be when pushed to their limit and I really wanted to find it realistically that she could fight back, that she could take the skills she had learned just from being a hotel manager and turn them around and actually escape the situation.”More [10/03/2006 12:10:00]
“Alex Ferguson is the best manager I've ever had at this level. Well, he's the only manager I've actually had at this level. But he's the best manager I've ever had”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“We were all disappointed after the championships and I think we needed this performance. The fans needed it, the players needed it and the manager needed it.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“Obviously, it's important he doesn't get a yellow card, ... But he can't go into the game -- and I'm sure the manager won't ask him to go into the game -- worrying about that yellow card because it could affect his performance.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“It is frustrating to hear the fans criticize the manager so close to the World Cup. As players it is hard for us to take. They are entitled to their views because it costs a lot of money to follow the team everywhere.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“I remember saying after I left that I would love to say goodbye and thank the manager and at least get a handshake.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“Some strong words have been said in the dressing room by the manager and the lads have had to take it because it has been an embarrassment. We will put it right, that is all we can do.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“I think the next England manager should be someone who's going to be right for the job whether he is English or foreign. I think the players would be happy to play under anyone if they are good for the team. But all the talk needs to stop about who's coming in because we need to concentrate on a huge competition.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“We will support the manager until he leaves at the end of the tournament. That's clear for the players.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“I don't think he would have a problem with any place he went to. I think he is an experienced manager and can handle it.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
I don't know how it is now but the assistant stage manager had to understudy several parts. You had to be ready to go on at any time if the actor couldn't make it to the play. I didn't think anything of it.More [11/21/2006 12:11:00]
I never thought I would become an actor. I never gave it a second thought because a long time ago, I was told I wasn't the type. I started as an assistant stage manager. I was Tallulah Bankhead's stage manager for three shows, for example.More [11/21/2006 12:11:00]
“I was modeling with an agency in New York and a manager with the agency introduced himself to me one day and he said he had auditions for someone my age. He asked if I would be interested in doing some.”More [12/03/2006 12:12:00]
Ace Rothstein: [narrating] In Vegas, everybody's gotta watch everybody else. Since the players are looking to beat the casino, the dealers are watching the players. The box men are watching the dealers. The floor men are watching the box men. The pit bosses are watching the floor men. The shift bosses are watching the pit bosses. The casino manager is watching the shift bosses. I'm watching the casino manager. And the eye-in-the-sky is watching us all.More [02/24/2007 12:02:00]
Mikey, DJ interviewer: How do you think this new record compares to your old, classic stuff?
Billy Mack: Oh come on Mikey, you know as well as I do the record's crap. But wouldn't it be great if number one this Christmas wasn't some smug teenager but an old ex-heroin addict searching for a comeback at any price? Those young popsters come Christmas will be stretched out naked with a cute bird balancing on their balls and I'll be stuck in some dingy flat with me manager Joe, ugliest man in the world, fucking miserable because our fucking gamble didn't pay off. So if you believe in Father Christmas, children, like your Uncle Billy does, buy my festering turd of a record. And particularly enjoy the incredible crassness of the moment when we try to squeeze an extra syllable into the fourth line.
Mikey, DJ interviewer: I think you're referring to "If you really love Christmas..."
Billy Mack: "Come on and let it snow". Ouch.
Mikey, DJ interviewer: So, here it is one more time, the dark horse for this year's Christmas number one, "Christmas Is All Around". Thank you, Billy. After this, the news. Is the new prime minister in trouble already?More [04/03/2007 12:04:00]
Indecisive Video Customer: They say so much, but they never tell you if it's any good... are either one of these any good?... Sir?
Randal Graves: What?
Indecisive Video Customer: Are either one of these any good?
Randal Graves: I don't watch movies.
Indecisive Video Customer: Well, have you heard anything about either one of them?
Randal Graves: I find it's best to stay out of other people's affairs.
Indecisive Video Customer: You mean you've haven't heard anybody say anything about either one of these?
Randal Graves: Nope.
Indecisive Video Customer: [Turns around, then shows Randal the same movies] Well, what about these two?
Randal Graves: Oh, they suck.
Indecisive Video Customer: These are the same two movies! You weren't paying any attention!
Randal Graves: No, I wasn't.
Indecisive Video Customer: I don't think your manager would appreciate...
Randal Graves: I don't appreciate your ruse, ma'am.
Indecisive Video Customer: I beg your pardon?
Randal Graves: Your ruse. Your cunning attempt to trick me.
Indecisive Video Customer: I was only pointing out that you weren't paying any attention to what I was saying!
Randal Graves: And I hope it feels good.
Indecisive Video Customer: You hope WHAT feels good?
Randal Graves: I hope it feels so good to be right. There's nothing more exhilarating than pointing out the shortcomings of others, is there?
Indecisive Video Customer: Well, this is the last time I rent here.
Randal Graves: You'll be missed.
Indecisive Video Customer: Screw you!
[leaves]
Randal Graves: [runs to the door] Hey! You're not allowed to rent here anymore!
Jay: [who has been standing outside, and has no idea what's going on] Yeah!More [07/24/2007 12:07:00]
When the guy who is signing your check is in the locker room asking about your family and cares about every minute detail, it sends a message to the coach, to the general manager and that trickles down to the players.More [09/02/2007 12:09:00]
Restaurant Manager: Hey, wait! I think you forgot something.
Harmony Star: Oh, no, mister, it's not me, it's my brother. He does this to me ALL the time. He takes me out, and he says he's got the money, and then we eat, and he says he's gotta go to the bathroom and he sneaks out just before the check comes in! And I'm left there with no money and this stupid look on my face, but I swear it won't happen again, so just let me go this one time, mister, OK?
Restaurant Manager: Do you honestly expect me to believe that?
Harmony Star: I swear, it's true! Oh, hey, look, it's my brother! See? There he is! Hey, Tommy!
[runs away when the manager turns to look]More [10/16/2007 12:10:00]
Mike Damone: Look at you: member of the honor roll, assistant to the assistant manager of the movie theater. I'm tellin' ya, Rat, if this girl can't smell your qualifications, then who needs her, right?More [11/01/2007 12:11:00]
Radio DJ: You're listening to Radio Cosmos, and it is now 5 p.m. Time to join Ruby Rhod and Korben Dallas, the lucky winner of the Gemini Croquette contest. Coming at you live from Fhloston...
DJ Ruby Rhod: Paradise! Ruby Rhod at your service for two hours with lucky Korben and the manager of this supergreen hotel and Miss Gemini Croquette in person and 8,000 other lucksters here to enjoy the priviledge of the unique concert of Miss Plavalaguna!... Bzzzzzz! And now we enter what must be the most beautiful concert hall of all the universe! A perfect replica of the old opera house... but who cares? To my right, a row of ministers, more sinisters then ministers. To my left, Baby Ray, star of stage and screen. He's not gonna get much out of this concert cause he's stone deaf!
Baby Ray: [Signing Autographs] To who?
DJ Ruby Rhod: And here we have Roy Von Baker, king of laser ball. And here the Emporer of Kodar Japhet and his lovely daughter. "I love to sing," she recently confessed to me. By the way, I have a recording of her talented voice.
[Sexual Moans]
DJ Ruby Rhod: I'll play the rest of the song after the concert cause right now it's time for Korben to say the word of the day. Tell me, my man, you happy here in the big world?
Korben Dallas: ...Thrilled.
DJ Ruby Rhod: And now, champagne!
[Takes a glass of champagne]
DJ Ruby Rhod: Commercial! Commercial!... Bzzzzz!More [11/07/2007 12:11:00]
Wendy Christensen: We need to know who was sitting behind you on the rollercoaster.
Erin: Ok, who was sitting behind us on the rollercoaster... Oh! Oh wait, Uh, wasn't it that one guy guy who got voted most likely to become manager of Red Lobster?
Ian McKinley: Oh, no, know what? God, I remember. It was this guy, uh, black cloak, I couldn't see his face, but uh, the ride attendant, did take his sickle, if that's helpful, in any way.More [11/07/2007 12:11:00]
Customer: [to Ed] Excuse me? Look, I ordered one Good Burger with nothing on it.
Ed: That's what I gave you.
Customer: No! You gave me a bun. Just a bun! Look! There's no meat in here.
Ed: But you said you wanted nothing on it.
Customer: Yes, but I expected a meat patty!
Ed: Dude, a meat patty is something. You said "nothing".
[to Fizz]
Ed: Fizz, is a meat patty something or nothing?
Fizz: Uh, something?
Ed: I win!
Customer: That's it! I am reporting your name to the manager!
Ed: The manager already knows my name.
Customer: [while throwing the bun down] And I'll see you in Hell!
[Leaves]
Ed: OK! See you there!More [12/30/2007 12:12:00]
Marty: What are you doing here?
Ultimart Carl: I'm doing a double shift. What does it look like?
Marty: How long have you worked here?
Ultimart Carl: A couple months.
Marty: Is the manager here? Do you have a supervisor?
Ultimart Carl: No. They...
Marty: [Interrupting] How long have they worked here?
Ultimart Carl: I'm not tellin' you.
Marty: Yeah? Where do you live?
Ultimart Carl: I'm not tellin' you that, either.
Marty: Where does your manager live? Who - I used to - Where - W-what are you doing here?
Ultimart Carl: I work here.
Marty: What are you doing here?
Ultimart Carl: I work here.
Marty: And how long have you worked here?
Ultimart Carl: Only a couple months.
Marty: All right, all right. What's done is done. Just forget about the whole thing.More [01/16/2008 12:01:00]
[Michael is working as Carole's manager at a dance hall]
Carole: What are you doin' Michael?
Michael: [dressed as a pimp] I'm gittin' wid' it, Carole! A really zooty cash 'n booty funky and booty razzmattazz!
Carole: [laughs] Well, Zoot, how's about razzatazzin' up a dollar twenty-five cent dance for us?
Michael: All righty! A'righty jazz and hot licks!
[stops an elderly customer]
Michael: Pops, I'd like you to meet and dance with the fourth Andrews Sister!
Customer: The fourth?
Michael: Yeah, because she was black, they kept her in the back.More [03/03/2008 12:03:00]
Dr. Petrov: Well if you like borsch perhaps, but I've eaten better in an oily GALLEY. My wife said to the waiter, "where did this man learn to cook? AFGHANISTAN? So then we went on to the Bolshoi ballet, to see this new girl Gizelle. Well, you remember how BEAUTIFUL she was! Well, she just married a factory manager and...More [04/05/2008 12:04:00]
[Jeff won't answer the phone, Lowell is on the telephone to the manager of the hotel he is at]
Lowell Bergman: I want you to tell him, in this - in these words: "Get on the fucking phone!"
The Hotel Worker: I can't say that.
Lowell Bergman: No, you can. Tell him to get on the fucking phone!
The Hotel Worker: He told me to tell you to "Get on the... fucking phone!"More [04/17/2008 12:04:00]
Samantha James: You and I are gonna be the greatest musical manager team since Jessica Simpson and her father only you and I get to "mreow" and they can't, 'cause it's illegal. I looked it up.More [05/19/2008 12:05:00]
The Bride: [doorbell rings] Hello, can I help you?
Karen Kim: Hello, I'm Karen Kim, I'm the hospitality manager of the hotel. I have a welcome gift from the management.
The Bride: Oh, that's nice. Um... Can you just leave it by the door?
[Karen shoots a hole through the door]More [05/29/2008 12:05:00]
Tom: Listen to this one then; you open a company called the Arse Tickler's Faggot Fan Club. You take an advert in the back page of some gay mag, advertising the latest in arse-intruding dildos, sell it a bit with, er... I dunno, "does what no other dildo can do until now", latest and greatest in sexual technology. Guaranteed results or money back, all that bollocks. These dills cost twenty-five each; a snip for all the pleasure they are going to give the recipients. They send a cheque to the company name, nothing offensive, er, Bobbie's Bits or something, for twenty-five. You put these in the bank for two weeks and let them clear. Now this is the clever bit. Then you send back the cheques for twenty-five pounds from the real company name, Arse Tickler's Faggot Fan Club, saying sorry, we couldn't get the supply from America, they have sold out. Now you see how many of the people cash those cheques; not a single soul, because who wants his bank manager to know he tickles arses when he is not paying in cheques!More [08/06/2008 12:08:00]
Hotel Manager:
I'm the manager of this hotel.



Professor Quail:
I wouldn't brag about it if I were you.

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Mr. Arnold:
I'm stage manager here and this opera's going on tonight even if Frankenstein walks in.

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Mr. Arnold:
My name's Arnold. I'm stage manager here, and this opera is going on tonight even if Frankenstein walks in.

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Rebecca Winstead:
We'd really get further in our act if he wouldn't talk so much.



Myrtle:
Is he in the act with you?



Rebecca Winstead:
I'm the act. He's my manager.



Myrtle:
I bet you would make a better manager than your father.



Rebecca Winstead:
Uncle Harry isn't my father. He's my stepfather. I've been taking care of him ever since my mother died.



Myrtle:
Why, you poor child.



Rebecca Winstead:
I'm not a poor child. I'm very self-reliant. My mother taught me to always be that way.

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Juan Gallardo:
[to Antonio] Well, now as my manager it'll be much easier for you to rob me!

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Danny Reed:
If I'm not the best manager in the business, I'll eat a garage mechanic's shirt!

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Amiot:
[Upon hearing about a thief in the opera house] Call the police at once! This must be stopped!



Vereheres:
Monsieur, I'm afraid the police can't stop that. It's he.



Amiot:
Who?


[VEREHERES begins to make gestures at his nose and chin]



Amiot:
Oh, please. Don't start that nonsense again, Vercheres. At your age, you ought to know that there aren't any ghosts.



Vereheres:
Monsieur, you are skeptical, but I don't like ghosts. I'm a busy man.



Lecours:
What's that?



Amiot:
Oh, our brilliant stage manager insists there's a malicious ghost prowling about the Opera. If anything goes wrong, he thinks this ghost did it!



Vereheres:
Oh, monsieur...


[to LECOURS, again making gestures to his nose and chin]



Vereheres:
He has a long nose, and a big red beard!



Lecours:
You make me nervous!

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Daffy Duck:
[after the manager falls down an almost endless flight of stairs] I guess I showed that overstuffed turnip.



Broken Arms Hotel Manager:
[Appears wearing bandages] WHAT?



Daffy Duck:
Yipe.



Porky Pig:
M-m-me too. Yipe.

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Broken Arms Hotel Manager:
You have insult me! We meet on the field of honor!


[Slaps Daffy with a glove, then hands him a card]



Broken Arms Hotel Manager:
My card.



Daffy Duck:
[Punches holes in card] You've had your coffee ration for this week, Robespierre.


[Hands him the card, now a paper doll chain]



Daffy Duck:
You have insult me! We meet on the field of onion!


[Hits manager with glove with horseshoe inside]



Daffy Duck:
My card, you cad.


[Pastes a piece of fly paper on manager's face]

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[Daffy and Porky are chained up in their room]



Daffy Duck:
I can't stand it. I can't stand it! It's getting me! I'm going stir crazy! Bastille batty! Cooler cuckoo! Look at my prison pallor. I'm as black as a sheet.



Porky Pig:
Gosh, if only B-Bugs Bunny was here.



Daffy Duck:
Yeah! Bugs Bunny, my hero. He can get out of any spot.



Porky Pig:
I saw him in a L-L-Leon Schlesinger cartoon once.



Daffy Duck:
The hunter had him covered...



Porky Pig:
And he g-g-grabbed the gun...



Daffy Duck:
And bang!... the hunter fell. What a guy. Nothing can hold him. He'll get us out of here.


[Daffy picks up the phone]



Daffy Duck:
Hello, Central? Give me Bugs Bunny. Hello, Bugs. This is Daffy.



Bugs Bunny:
[On phone] Eh, what's up, duck?



Daffy Duck:
That palooka manager has got us locked up in the Broken Arms Hotel. We thought you could help us get out.



Bugs Bunny:
Eh, did you try the elevator?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Throw him down the stairs?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Use the sheets?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Swing across on the ropes?



Daffy Duck:
Yes. We tried all those ways.


[the door to the next room opens; Bugs is inside on the phone, chained to a ball as well]



Bugs Bunny:
Ah, don't work, do they?

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[last lines]



Daffy Duck:
[it's a gloomy, snowing day, and Porky and Daffy are prisoners in their hotel room] I can't stand it. I can't stand it, it's getting me. I'm going stir-crazy, bastille batty, cooler cuckoo!


[mix to hotel where Daffy is bound by a leg iron, and Porky as well. The latter is occupying himself writing graffiti on the walls, while Daffy stares into the mirror]



Daffy Duck:
Look at my prison pallor. I'm as black as a sheet!



Porky Pig:
G-gosh, if B-Bugs Bunny was only here.



Daffy Duck:
Yeah, Bugs Bunny. My hero. He can get out of any spot.



Porky Pig:
I saw him in a Leon Schlesinger cartoon once...



Daffy Duck:
The hunter had him covered.



Porky Pig:
And he g-g-grabbed the gun.



Daffy Duck:
And bang! The hunter fell.


[Daffy collapses onto his leg iron to indicate this action]



Daffy Duck:
Whatta guy, nothing can hold him! He'll get us out of here.


[rolls over to a phone and picks it up]



Daffy Duck:
Hello, central? Get me Bugs Bunny. Hello, Bugs? This is Daffy.



Bugs Bunny:
[the sound of carrot chewing over the phone reveals its presence] Eh, what's up, duck?



Daffy Duck:
That palooka manager has got us locked up in the Broken Arms Hotel. We thought you could help us get out.



Bugs Bunny:
Eh, did you try the elevator?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Throw him down the stairs?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Use the sheets?



Daffy Duck:
Yes.



Bugs Bunny:
Swing across on a rope?



Daffy Duck:
Yes. We tried all those ways.



Bugs Bunny:
[the door opens to reveal Bugs in his only monochrome appearance, bound by a leg iron] Ah! Don't work, do they?


[Bugs chews on his carrot as the images irises out]

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Frances Fallon:
Your sister had many friends, but they weren't my friends. I was only the manager of her plant.

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[Mr. Thorpe has offered Derry a job as asst. floor manager and part-time soda jerk]



Fred Derry:
At what salary?



Mr. Thorpe:
Thirty-two fifty per week.



Fred Derry:
Thirty-two fifty. I used to make over four hundred dollars a month in the Air Force.



Mr. Thorpe:
The war is over, Derry.

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Ronald Kornblow:
I see. You want a manager that doesn't steal money. Good day, gentlemen.


[wants to leave]



Prefect of Police Capt. Brizzard:
[holds Kornblow back] Please Monsieur Kornblow do not take offense. You are making a mountain out of a molehill.



Ronald Kornblow:
Well, that's quite a trick. You try that sometime.

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Editor:
Well, now, we must just establish your identity.



David 'Dai Number 9' Jones:
Identity?



Editor:
Oh, purely a formality, of course.



David 'Dai Number 9' Jones:
But I've never had to do that before. They all know me back home, see?



Whimple:
But you must have an identity card, don't you?



David 'Dai Number 9' Jones:
Well, it's behind the teapot at home, with my union card. Best place for them - I might lose them in London.



Editor:
Ah. Heh.


[pause]



Editor:
Edmund?



Whimple:
May I suggest, uh...


[dialing gesture]



Editor:
Ah, exactly. Ring up the manager of the colliery. No doubt he can help us.



Whimple:
Excuse me, sir.


[takes phone and dials 0]



Whimple:
Get, get me...


[pause as he reads the place name again]



Whimple:
Heh heh, ummm, uh, H for hyacinth, A for azalea, F for fuschia...



Editor:
[taking the phone impatiently] Hafoduwchbenceubwllymarchogcoch 1!



David 'Dai Number 9' Jones:
Congratulations, sir!

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Robert 'Bibi' Bonnard:
Your trip, Uncle Desmond-were there many adventures?



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
Well, you know, Bibi: where Desmond's horses trot, no grass will grow.



Jacques Bonnard:
What are you doing in Ottawa? Have you lost your job?



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
No, the sales manager lost his. Bibi, bring us some glasses.



Jacques Bonnard:
What do you mean?



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
He's dead. He has unscrewed his billiard table. So the office sent for me.



Jacques Bonnard:
To offer you the job?



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
Well, an office, a desk, a secretary...



Jacques Bonnard:
And you said yes!



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
No, I said no.



Jacques Bonnard:
You said no? Why?



Uncle Desmond Bonnard:
You should see the secretary.

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