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Hey! I just checked and according to available public data (available, that is, if your cousin runs a giant chain of movie theaters), you have not yet seen Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next.” Seriously?
This is a big mistake, first because it could put me in a funk (and I am, in every sense of the word, the least funky person you know); second, because you have so far missed a film you’ll find yourself wanting everyone else to see.
Of which I’m so certain I hereby commit to refund your entire year’s subscription if I’m wrong — no questions asked. Just say the word and I’ll Paypal you.
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We're not trying to outsmart the smart guys. We're trying to sell bonds to the dumb guys.~alleged remark of the head of a Wall Street mortgage-bond group
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