Four Stages of Boyhood
"He's an old dog."
"Too bad about old Ainsworth. Published and published, but perished all the same."
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"Farnsfield J. Nigelsmythe III. Need One Say More?"
"Tom, young Mr. Moncure here is that Harvard M.B.A. I was telling you about who has a keen sense of depreciation."
"How little we really own, Tom, when you consider all there is to own?"
"Sometimes I feel like all we have left is our top-flight education, our generational wealth, and our secure place in the business-world boys'-club network."
"In this corporation, Mr. Taylor, at this level we do not do shirtsleeves."
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"We need a 'Sopranos' about C.E.O.s."
"At least this damn pullback is pulling back lots of money from the wrong hands."
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"In examining out books, Mr. Mathews promises to use generally accepted accounting principles, if you know what I mean."
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"Sure, I exploited, but I never outsourced."
"The good news is that your sexual harassment expenses are still deductible."
"That's the last dollar I ever earned."