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If sufficient number of management layers are superimposed on top of each other, it can be assured that disaster is not left to chance.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is the reputation of the business that remains intact.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The budget evolved from a management tool into an obstacle to management.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We are now in the third stage of the industrial revolution. The first involved machines which extended human muscle; the second used machines to extend the human nervous system (radio, television, telephones); the third is now utilizing machines which extend the human mind-computers. About half of all service workers (43 percent of the labor force by 2000) will be involved in collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, structuring, storing, or retrieving information... By 1995, 80 percent of all management will be knowledge workers.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Anything that is wasted effort represents wasted time. The best management of our time thus becomes linked inseparably with the best utilization of our efforts.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
All time management begins with planning.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The management of fertility is one of the most important functions of adulthood.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The difference between management and administration(which is what the bureaucrats used to do exclusively) is the difference between choice and rigidity.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The first myth of management is that it exists. The second myth of management is that success equals skill.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The government can destroy wealth but it cannot create wealth, which is the product of labor and management working with creation.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Five daily newspapers arrive in my California driveway. The New York times and the Wall Street Journal are supplemented by three local papers. As for magazines, I read, or at least skim, Business Week, Forbes, The Economist, INC; Industry Week, Fortune. Other subscriptions include Sales and Marketing Management, Modern Health Care, Progressive Grocer, High Tech Business, and Slaon Management Review from MIT. I religiously read Business Tokyo, Asia Week, and Far Eastern Economic Review. I glance at Newsweek and Time ... but I devour the New Republic, Policy Review, Foreign Affairs, The Washington Monthly, and Public Interest. How about books? A dozen or more each month.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Good management is better than good income.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Good management consists in showing average people how to do the work of superior people.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We achieve active mastery over illness and death by delegating all responsibility for their management to physicians, and by exiling the sick and the dying to hospitals. But hospitals serve the convenience of staff not patients: we cannot be properly ill in a hospital, nor die in one decently; we can do so only among those who love and value us. The result is the institutionalized dehumanization of the ill, characteristic of our age.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
When it comes to housework the one thing no book of household management can ever tell you is how to begin. Or maybe I mean why.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Bob Slydell: I'd like to move us right to Peter Gibbons. We had a chance to meet this young man, and boy that's just a straight shooter with upper management written all over him. More [07/25/2005 12:07:00]
Alex Jones: What a bunch of garbage; liberal, democrat, conservative, republican. It's all there to control you! Two sides of the same coin. Two management teams bidding for control, the CEO job of Slavery, Incorporated! The truth is out there in front of you, but they lay out this buffet of lies. I'm sick of it, and I'm not going to take a bite out of it, do you got me?More [10/23/2005 12:10:00]
Bob Wiley: Excuse me Phil, but with these particular symptoms, is Prozac the right choice?
Lily Marvin: You think Prozac is a mistake?
Bob Wiley: Well, with this kind of manic episode, I would think Librium might be a more effective management tool.
Phil: You could be right. I'll rewrite the prescription.More [12/31/2005 12:12:00]
Gen. Mosquera: So you think you can secure for us the services of this man Lacrobat, Mister...?
Lacrobat: Nebucanezzar. Harrison Hindenburg Nebuxanezzar. Personal management of the world's leading international terrorists.More [02/08/2006 12:02:00]
If I had a normal job and had been moving up, I'd be management level now.More [09/07/2006 12:09:00]
Network managers need to be more application-aware. As you move toward service-oriented architectures and Web services, the management changes pretty dramatically, and there isn't the tight coupling between the application and the infrastructure. It's more dynamic, and the network has more impact on the performance of those applications.More [10/31/2006 12:10:00]
Being a publicist is like management in a lot of ways - you're their friend, you're their mother, you're their confidante.More [12/16/2006 12:12:00]
With so much uncertainty about the eventual positioning/future of Liz Claiborne's department store partners (former May Department Stores door closures, potential spin-offs of Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, repositioning of Sears), we would not be surprised to see Liz Claiborne management take a cautious approach to 2006 guidance.More [01/07/2007 12:01:00]
Pippin: I feel like I'm back at the Green Dragon.
Merry: [through a mouthful of food] Mm. Green Dragon.
Pippin: A mug of ale in my hand, putting my feet up on a settle after a hard day's work.
Merry: Only, you've never done a hard day's work.
[They laugh; Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli ride up. Merry stands and gives an exaggerated bow]
Merry: Welcome, my lords, to Isengard!
Gimli: You young rascals! A merry hunt you've led us on, and now we find you... feasting and... and *smoking.*
Pippin: We are sitting on a field of victory enjoying a few well-earned comforts.
[Merry blows a smoke ring]
Pippin: The salted pork is particularly good.
Gimli: [eagerly] Salted pork?
Gandalf: [exasperated] Hobbits.
Merry: We're under orders from Treebeard, who has taken over management of Isengard.
Treebeard: [as they walk toward the tower] Hroom, young master Gandalf! I'm relieved that you've come. Wood and water, stock and stone I can master, but there's a wizard to manage here. Locked his tower.
[Arwen is running into Rivendell and going up to her father]
Arwen: Tell me what you have seen.
Elrond: Arwen?
Arwen: You have the gift of foresight. What did you see?
Elrond: I looked into your future, and I saw death.
Arwen: But there is also life. You saw there was a child, you saw my son.
Elrond: That future is almost gone.
Arwen: But it is not lost.
Elrond: Nothing is certain.
Arwen: Some things are certain. If I leave him now, I will regret it forever.More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Colonel Moon: That'll teach you to lecture me. Get me another anger management therapist.More [03/28/2007 12:03:00]
Naomi: Like that bitch needs to be eating dessert anyway.
Bishop: Naomi... You know, if you ever want counseling in anger management or... alcoholism, I'd be more than glad to do it for you.
Naomi: You'd do that for me? Thank you, I appreciate that. But I think I'd rather you just wash the fucking dishes and and shut the fuck up! Fucking psychobabble-bullshit asshole!More [05/10/2007 12:05:00]
Gordon Gekko: [at the Teldar Paper stockholder's meeting] Well, I appreciate the opportunity you're giving me Mr. Cromwell as the single largest shareholder in Teldar Paper, to speak. Well, ladies and gentlemen we're not here to indulge in fantasy but in political and economic reality. America, America has become a second-rate power. Its trade deficit and its fiscal deficit are at nightmare proportions. Now, in the days of the free market when our country was a top industrial power, there was accountability to the stockholder. The Carnegies, the Mellons, the men that built this great industrial empire, made sure of it because it was their money at stake. Today, management has no stake in the company! All together, these men sitting up here own less than three percent of the company. And where does Mr. Cromwell put his million-dollar salary? Not in Teldar stock; he owns less than one percent. You own the company. That's right, you, the stockholder. And you are all being royally screwed over by these, these bureaucrats, with their luncheons, their hunting and fishing trips, their corporate jets and golden parachutes.
Cromwell: This is an outrage! You're out of line Gekko!
Gordon Gekko: Teldar Paper, Mr. Cromwell, Teldar Paper has 33 different vice presidents each earning over 200 thousand dollars a year. Now, I have spent the last two months analyzing what all these guys do, and I still can't figure it out. One thing I do know is that our paper company lost 110 million dollars last year, and I'll bet that half of that was spent in all the paperwork going back and forth between all these vice presidents. The new law of evolution in corporate America seems to be survival of the unfittest. Well, in my book you either do it right or you get eliminated. In the last seven deals that I've been involved with, there were 2.5 million stockholders who have made a pretax profit of 12 billion dollars. Thank you. I am not a destroyer of companies. I am a liberator of them! The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right, greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms; greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind. And greed, you mark my words, will not only save Teldar Paper, but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA. Thank you very much.More [05/16/2007 12:05:00]
We should do nothing that would weaken NATO. We firmly believe that a stronger European contribution to crisis management can actually strengthen NATO. There is no difference between us on thatMore [08/15/2007 12:08:00]
We have always had a long-term commitment to China and even more so to the development of its Internet industry, Were confident that Yahoo! is putting its resources behind the right management team, which operates according to similar values as we do, and shares the same vision for providing the most essential and relevant services to consumers and businesses.More [08/16/2007 12:08:00]
What we have is a supply chain that is global in nature ... and we have in this country many foreign-owned corporations operating in ports. Our ports are owned by public authorities in the United States. Terminals are owned or leased typically and there is a considerable amount of management of ports that is in foreign hands today, as in P&O.More [10/01/2007 12:10:00]
[Police in Roskilde have exonerated concert management and blamed an unruly audience for the deaths, but in response to reports that a preliminary investigation found the band] morally responsible, ... We feel that we are 'morally responsible' to bring out the truth with regard to what happened that night.More [10/11/2007 12:10:00]
Comissar Razinin:
This anonymous report was sent to me. They're dragging the good name of our country through every cafe and nightclub. Here: How can the Bolshevik cause gain respect among the Muslims if your three representatives Bujlianoff, Iranoff and Kopalski get so drunk that they throw a carpet out of their hotel window and complain to the management that it didn't fly?

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Stanley Kowalski:
She moved to the hotel called Flamingo which is a second class hotel that has the advantages of not interfering with the private and social life of the personalities there. Now the Flamingo is used to all kinds of goings-on. But even the management of the Flamingo was impressed by Dame Blanche. And in fact, they were so impressed that they requested her to turn in her room-key for permanently. And this, this happened a couple of weeks before she showed here... The trouble with Dame Blanche was that she couldn't put on her act any more in Oriel because they got wised up. And after two or three dates, they quit and then she goes on to another one, the same old line, the same old act, and the same old hooey. And as time went by, she became the town character, regarded not just as different but downright loco and nuts. She didn't re. sign temporarily because of her nerves. She was kicked out before the spring term ended. And I hate to tell you the reason that step was taken. A seventeen-year-old kid she got mixed up with - and the boy's dad learned about it and he got in touch with the high-school superintendent. And there was practically a town ordinance passed against her.

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Gaston Binet:
[during a play] Good people of Lacrosse. Now, let me read you a letter from Paris."We, the management of the Prado Ghetta have the pleasure in offering an extended engagement to the Gaston Binet traveling troupe of players... featuring the sensational Scaramouche.


[he falls down a trapdoor]



Andre Moreau:
Did anybody see an unpleasant man with a letter? A letter inviting Scaramouche to Paris? I need hardly say that Scaramouche stays here in Lacrosse!

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McDonald Walling:
The force behind a great company has to be more than the pride of one man; it has to be the pride of thousands. You can't make men work for money alone - you starve their souls when you try it, and you can starve a company to death the same way.



McDonald Walling:
[picking up a small, flimsy table] And that's when we started doing things like this: the KF line. Walt, are your boys proud when they go out and sell this stuff? When they know the finish is going to crack, the veneer split off and the legs come loose?



Loren Phineas Shaw:
Wait a minute, wait a minute. That's priced merchandise - it serves a definite purpose in the profit structure of this company. We're not cheating anyone.



McDonald Walling:
Ourselves!



Loren Phineas Shaw:
At that price, the customer knows exactly what he is going to get.



McDonald Walling:
This!


[flips the table over, and easily tears off one of its legs]



McDonald Walling:
This is what Tredway has come to mean!


[violently throws the leg against the wall]



McDonald Walling:
And what do you suppose the people think of us when they buy it? How do you suppose the men in the factories feel when they make it? What must they think of a management that is willing to stoop to selling this kind of junk in order to add a dime a year to the dividend?

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Cleo:
I came to see you, Mr. York.



Jay Turner:
I don't know why. All I wanted was a room and a bath.



Cleo:
Mr. York, the management only sent you the key.



Jay Turner:
Oh. Thank you.



Cleo:
You're not very nice.



Jay Turner:
Look, miss, I'm just a little old country boy, but I can tell that, whoever you are, you're not the room clerk.

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George Spiggott:
[having gotten Stanley's attention by mentioning a million pounds] Your great-great-great grandfather, Ephraim Moon, sailed to Australia in 1782 on a ship of the Line. Set himself up as an apothecary. The business flourished, and by the time he died it was worth something in the region of 2,000 pounds - a large amount in those days.



Stanley Moon:
Yes...



George Spiggott:
Your great-great-grandfather, Cedric Moon, by skillful management and careful husbandry, increased that sum a hundredfold. This in turn was inherited by your great-grandfather, Desmond Moon, who expanded, diversified, and built up a personal fortune of well over a million pounds!



Stanley Moon:
Oh!... it's a lot of money!



George Spiggott:
A great deal of money, Mister Moon! And this gigantic sum was inherited by your grandfather, Hubert Moon, who returned to London and frittered it away on wine, women, and loose living.



Stanley Moon:
...ermh... where does that leave me, then?



George Spiggott:
Penniless, and on the brink of suicide!


[giggles]

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Captain Peacock:
[walks up to the manageress] Did you notice that I was clicking my fingers, clearing my throat and banging my spoon on the table?



Canteen Manageress:
I did notice it, yeah.



Captain Peacock:
And what message do those actions convey to you?



Canteen Manageress:
Well, when my two-year-old does it, it usually means he needs to go to the potty.



Captain Peacock:
Your truculent behavior has not gone unnoticed and will be reported!



Canteen Manageress:
Good! That's what I hoped. Then perhaps the management will realise that sacking my waiting staff is more trouble than it's worth because I ain't serving.


[pause]



Canteen Manageress:
You'll have to make do with a set menu.



Captain Peacock:
Well, then, may I ask you what is on this set menu, or are you not programmed to give an intelligent response?

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[after the goose's eggs have hatched]



Wilbur:
Congratulations! How many are there?



Goose:
There are seven.



Charlotte:
Seven is a lucky number.



Goose:
Luck has nothing to do with it! It was good management and hard work.



Templeton:
[looking at a solitary unhatched egg] Why didn't, uh, this one hatch?



Goose:
[gloomily] It's a dud, I guess.



Templeton:
What are you going to do with it?



Goose:
[sternly] You can have it! Throw it away and add it to that nasty collection of yours! Be careful - a rotten egg can be a regular stink bomb!



Templeton:
[patting the egg] I know what I'm doing. I handle stuff like this all the time.


[Templeton rolls the egg away]

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Station Manager Harold Ramis:
This is Harold Ramis speaking for the management of Second City Television. SCTV recognizes its responsibility to the community, and condemns the excessive use of explicit sexual material in television today. We do, however, love violence, so parental discretion _is_ advised in viewing the following program. Viewers will note, however, that the attitudes and opinions reflected in this program do not reflect the views of the management of this station, the producers of this program, the writers, the actors, or indeed, anyone in the audience. So if you're thinking of suing or phoning in complaints, don't bother. This program is produced in Argentina and then dubbed into English. Besides, if you're all that sensitive, you just don't have to watch the program! I mean you've got arms, why don't you get up and change the channel? See who's on Merv Griffin, that's about your speed, isn't it? Nothing offensive about old Merv! Take your parental disc...


[Ramis is pulled off the screen by a giant hook]

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Kazihiro:
None of you would last two days in management training.



Hunt Stevenson:
None of us would be dumb enough to stay two days.

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Neal:
I'd like one room for the night.



Del:
If you're upset, maybe we should get separate rooms.



Neal:
You get your own room.



Hotel Clerk:
Will you be paying with credit card?



Neal:
Yes. I have a Visa card... Diner's Club card... and a gasoline card.


[he lays them out - all of them are burned]



Hotel Clerk:
[chuckles] These aren't... these aren't credit cards.



Neal:
Do you take cash?



Hotel Clerk:
Forty-two fifty.



Neal:
[lays money on the table] How about seventeen dollars...



Hotel Clerk:
I can't do that.



Neal:
Please. Have mercy. I've been wearing the same underwear since Tuesday.



Del:
I can vouch for that.



Hotel Clerk:
I don't own the place, I...


[gestures towards the management office behind him]



Neal:
Seventeen dollars...



Neal:
[unstraps wristwatch] ... and a hell of a nice watch?

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Det. Baldwin Jones:
I find out you been lyin' to us, I'll personally come back down here and beat your ass.



Elmo:
[to Sipowicz] You goin' to let him talk to me like that?



Andy:
Well, you know how some guys are. We've been tryin' to get him in an aggression management class.

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Penny:
[in a disciplinary hearing with Farley & a management official] I'm not sure you comprehend the seriousness of this matter.



Richard Farley:
I don't think it's right for you or anyone else to control my private relationships.



Penny:
Do you understand that sexual harassment is against the law? You could be fired!



Richard Farley:
I've worked here for over 9 years. If I lost my job I'd have nothing to live for.



Penny:
That's my point. We want you to stay.



Richard Farley:
I have guns. I'd kill myself. I wouldn't be the only one. Others would go.



Penny:
Rich, are you saying that if you are fired, you would kill me?



Richard Farley:
Yes. Not just you, I'd take others as well.


[Long silence]



Richard Farley:
Excuse me.


[Farley gets up & leaves. Penny is obviously frightened by Richard's threat; she is clearly shaking]

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[pounding a scone]



Ross:
Stupid British snack food.



Chandler:
Did they teach you that in your anger management class?

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Jon Stewart:
First fucker - Michael Brown, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Brown was nominated to the post by President Bush in 2003, and intends to start the job any day now. Any day now.


[audience applauds in agreement]

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[When Jimmy is reluctant to sign a management contract]



Lenny:
Are you crazy? A man in a really nice camper wants to put our song on the radio! Gimme a pen, I'm signin'! You're signin'! We're all signin'!

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Richard Temple:
One should be rewarded on one's merits, not on one's ability to ingratiate oneself with the management. Particularly when the management have difficulty in locating the relative whereabouts of the arse and the elbow.

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Bob Slydell:
I'd like to move us right along to a Peter Gibbons. Now we had a chance to meet this young man, and boy that's just a straight shooter with upper management written all over him.

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Brad Dupree:
...so I'm sure you can understand the need to cut corners around here.



Lester Burnham:
Sure. Times are tight, and you need to free up cash. Gotta spend money to make money.



Brad Dupree:
Exactly.



Lester Burnham:
Like when our editorial director used the company MasterCard to pay for a hooker, and then she used the card number to stay at the St. Regis for, what was it, three months?



Brad Dupree:
That's unsubstantiated gossip.



Lester Burnham:
That's fifty thousand dollars. That's somebody's salary. Somebody who's probably gonna get fired because Craig has to pay women to fuck him!



Brad Dupree:
Jesus. Calm down. Nobody's getting fired yet. That's why we're having everyone write a job description, mapping out in detail how they contribute. That way, management can assess who's valuable and who's...



Lester Burnham:
Expendable.



Brad Dupree:
It's just business.

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[at Bloomingdale's]



Jonathan:
Happy anniversary.



Sara:
When did you get to be so unimaginably romantic?



Jonathan:
I think that it's good luck that we return this year to the scene of the crime.


[pours a paper cup of champagne]



Jonathan:
Cheers.



Sara:
Cheers.



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
Oh, I don't think so, no beverages on the premises, I'm gonna have to ask you to leave.



Jonathan:
Hey, how are you doing? Don't you remember me?



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
Yes I do.



Jonathan:
This is her, This is the girl!



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
Ms. Carbon-copy.



Jonathan:
Yes.



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
I see.



Jonathan:
This is the guy who helped me find you!



Sara:
Oh, hi!



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
If you're not going to purchase anything, please make room for paying customers.



Jonathan:
We do, we want some gloves, some cashmere gloves.


[closing bell rings]



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
Oh, I'm sorry, that would be the closing bell. Perhaps tomorrow...



Sara:
You're not serious...



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
Store hours 10 to 7 except Sundays and holidays.



Jonathan:
He warms up...



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
At the discretion of management or with the possible visit of dignitaries...


[Sara goes behind the counter]



Bloomingdale's Salesman:
No, no, no, no, please, on the other side of the counter! You cannot come back here, this is for authorized personnel only, please stay on your side of the counter, thank you very much!

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[Orin is leaving the Anger Management class and sees some punks trying to pick the lock on his truck]



Orin Boyd:
What am I, a shit magnet?

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Alex Jones:
"You can't fight city hall." "Death and taxes." "Don't talk about politics or religion." This is all the equivalent of enemy propaganda, rolling across the picket line. "Lay down, GI! Lay down, GI!". We saw it all through the 20th Century. And now on the 21st Century, it's time to stand up and realize, that we should NOT allow ourselves to be crammed into this rat maze. We should not SUBMIT to dehumanization. I don't know about you, but I'm concerned with what's happening in this world. I'm concerned with the structure. I'm concerned with the systems of control. Those that control my life, and those that seek to control it EVEN MORE! I want FREEDOM! That's what I want, and that's what YOU should want! It's up to each and every one of us to turn loose of just some of the greed, the hatred, the envy, and yes, the insecurities, because that is the central mode of control, make us feel pathetic, small, so we'll willingly give up our sovereignty, our liberty, our destiny. We have GOT to realize we're being conditioned on a mass scale. Start challenging this corporate slave state! The 21st Century's gonna be a new century! Not the century of slavery, not the century of lies and issues of no significance, of classism and statism, and all the rest of the modes of control... it's gonna be the age of humankind, standing up for something PURE and something RIGHT! What a bunch of garbage, liberal, Democratic, conservative, Republican, it's all there to control you, two sides of the same coin! Two management teams, bidding for control of the CEO job of Slavery Incorporated! The TRUTH is out there in front of you, but they lay out this buffet of LIES! I'm SICK of it, and I'M NOT GONNA TAKE A BITE OUT OF IT! DO YA GOT ME? Resistance is NOT futile, we're gonna win this thing, humankind is too good, WE'RE NOT A BUNCH OF UNDERACHIEVERS, WE'RE GONNA STAND UP, AND WE'RE GONNA BE HUMAN BEINGS! WE'RE GONNA GET FIRED UP ABOUT THE REAL THINGS, THE THINGS THAT MATTER - CREATIVITY, AND THE *DYNAMIC* *HUMAN* *SPIRIT* THAT REFUSES TO *SUBMIT*! WELL THAT'S IT, that's all I've got to say. It's in your court now.

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Static:
[to Hotstreak] I'd get a refund on those Anger management classes if I were you.

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John Q. Archibald:
The hospital is under new management now! Free health care for everyone!

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Lynn McGill:
We met at that memory management lecture?



Chloe:
If you say so.

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David Brent:
I gave a speech only this morning to my staff assuring them that there would not be cutbacks at this branch and there certainly wouldn't be redundancies, so...



Jennifer Taylor-Clark:
Well, why on Earth would you do that?



David Brent:
Why? Oh, don't know. A little word I think's important in management called morale.



Jennifer Taylor-Clark:
Well, surely it's going to be worse for morale in the long run when there ARE redundancies and you've told people that there won't be.


[pause]



David Brent:
They won't remember.

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David Brent:
You've seen me entertain, and raise money, but maybe I'd like to do that in the future for a living you know. Use my humour and my profile to both help and amuse people, you know. And if it's ideas for TV shows, game shows or whatever you want, I'm your man. I'm already exploring the entertainment avenue with my management training, but I'd like to do that on a global scale really. And that's not going 'Ooh, look at me today, I'm entertaining whilst saving lives aren't I brilliant?', it's going 'If you think I'm brilliant, then give generously and help save these guys who are starving, but are also brilliant'-not as entertainers, a lot of them can't even speak English, but you know don't give them their own game show, but save them from dying at least. And then maybe they could do something in their own country, on television or whatever they have, the wireless or I don't know, give them a job on the world service or something.

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David Brent:
They're malleable, and you know that's what I like really, you know. I don't like people who come here: 'Ooh, we did it this way, we did it that way'. I just wanna go do it this way. If you like. If you don't... Team playing-I call it team individuality, it's a new, it's like a management style. Again guilty, unorthodox, sue me.

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Quotes of the month

Eugene Ryabyi The man who is without a tail, horns and hooves, but full of avarice, meanness and cruelty is worse than any devil. [05/19/2020 05:05:18] More


Eugene Ryabyi When you are under quarantine, all seasons become domestic. [05/08/2020 05:05:47] More


Mark Devolt "Choice is the most dangerous tool that man has ever possessed [05/17/2020 02:05:32] More


Vladimir Putin . [05/30/2020 01:05:49] More


Author Unknown "No one made us cruel, we were just shown what we really are." [05/09/2020 02:05:55] More