(1958)

E. P. Dutton, 1958 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
2.75 USD
Pages
96
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.
Editing
Charles Preston
Color
color dustjacket; black and white interior
Dimensions
8 inches wide by 10 1/2 inches tall
Binding
hardcover
Publishing Format
collected edition

Issue Notes

Includes dustjacket

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Phil Interlandi (signed)
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Phil Interlandi (signed)
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

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Care for a merger?
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humor

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Same cartoon that is on the cover.

[Two Presidents] (Table of Contents: 2)

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Reg Hider (signed)
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Business.
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humor

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Doris Matthews (signed)
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I used to carry a briefcase but my sandwiches got mashed.
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humor

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It's a photograph of the little woman... serves as a constant incentive.
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humor

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Dan Brown (signed as Dan Q. Brown)
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When he wants you, he wants you!
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7)

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Dave Hirsch (signed)
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Oh, things are pretty slow around here, Herb. How are you doing these days?
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humor

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Bo Brown (signed)
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I'm worried about Hastings! His elevator came back without him!
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humor

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Gentlemen, Forsythe here has come up with something that may well serve as a model for us all.
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humor

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John Norment (signed as normEnt)
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Mr. Pierpont is out. However, if it's very important, he'll see you.
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Always selling!
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Oh, we haven't any children yet. We just want to see if we want to get involved in all this.
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The way I figure it you have to look money to make money.
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If there's anything you want, just holler.
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humor

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If I was his wife I could sure cut down on some of these expenses.
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Doris Matthews (signed)
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Miss Chisholm will relieve you until that spell of hiccups is over.
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 17)

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Roy Wilson (signed)
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He fought it in court...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 18)

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Bill Harrison (signed)
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All right, dear, I've got you aimed at the bus stop.
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humor

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How long do you think this firm would stay in business if we paid everybody what they are worth?
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Hold it, Ed! It isn't their coffee break -- the place is on fire.
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humor

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Joseph Mirachi (signed as Mirachi)
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We don't want to go too far out. Henry doesn't mind being a suburbanite but he positively won't be an exurbanite.
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humor

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I'd apologize, buy my insurance company doesn't like it.
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 23)

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Reg Hider (signed)
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I can't say anything. She's making it for me.
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humor

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Al Kaufman (signed)
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Remember -- if it doesn't fit, sell style. If it fits, sell comfort. If it's an atrocity, sell price.
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humor

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Do we get an employees' discount?
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Now just couch that in legal phraseology and make three copies.
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Anybody seen that fifty thousand in ones lying around?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 28)

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You'll do all right here, Benson, if you just bear one thing in mind -- the machine has the brains.
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Keywords
computer

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I arranged them alphabetically, like you said -- A, B, C, G, F, D and so on...
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He says he wants one that's all the same color!
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[Dreaming to be President] (Table of Contents: 31)

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Con Suozzi (signed)
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Next time you order gin with a buttermilk chaser, WHISPER it to me!
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Start looking for someone to replace you.
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We're stuck with our old car until George's immediate superior gets a new model.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 35)

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Hold everything! I think I've given you all whooping cough medicine!
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 36)

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It's very late, boys! I've got to get home and drag Junior away from the television set!
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Very good boys -- However, don't you feel that you've made the part where I demand a full investigation of the facts a little to emphatic?
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 38)

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Sorry, gentlemen -- Mr. Simpson says no more callers for today.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 39)

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So it's a family like us -- one crisis after another.
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United Nations

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I take it all back about your not being aggressive enough at the office, dear.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 41)

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Oh, come now, surely one of you can change a dollar.
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[Long Branch Trust Co.] (Table of Contents: 42)

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We're evenly matched. You'd rather play golf than eat, and I'd rather play bridge than cook.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 44)

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I'm always happy when the market goes down. Then I feel pretty good about the stocks I didn't buy with the money I don't have.
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Mind if we go to the office with you? We didn't have the heart to tell her that the schools are closed today.
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When I grow up I want to be a locomotive engineer! They ave a very strong union!
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Don't throw away the sales slips.
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Actually I'm listening to 'The Romance of Helen Trent'.
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Someday, son, this chair will be yours.
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By golly --- it is dacron!
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Of course, we're having a good year -- but what worries me is how are we going to increase these figures next year!
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I'll see you across the barricades!
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And where do you think you're going?
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Morrison, don't be an egghead.
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Gosh, did he get the breaks -- 71 lucky shots in a row.
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golf

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Be smart -- don't put anything in writing.
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cavemen

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Harold couldn't make it tonight.
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It's rather touching the way George tries to keep up with my withdrawals.
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Quit harping at the kid. How long is it since you were promoted.
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He won't see anyone today. Not even me.
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Mr. Hanson, we were wondering if you could rearrange the desks so we'd be sitting boy-girl, boy-girl, boy-girl...
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Must be new on the job!
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[Traveler's Checks Accepted] (Table of Contents: 63)

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Of course you've seen me someplace. I sell you your shoes.
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The way some of you carry on is enough to make a man take matters into his own hands!
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I got the recipe from the Congressional Record on day when a Southern senator was conducting a filibuster.
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Only $27.50? I want to punish him a little more than that.
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Sorry, Mr. Slade, I missed another paragraph. I was admiring your profile.
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Smoke if you like, sir. We just ignore the signs around here.
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I was hoping you could suggest a highly speculative stock that's never failed to pay a dividend.
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Now that looks like something we can afford. It won't do, of course.
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...and they lived in peaceful co-existence ever after.
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[Tiny Garage] (Table of Contents: 73)

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Our generation is a victim of waiting for a depression.
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You're the kind of man we need around here!
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I will not. You put your boss on first.
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Here's a miracle fabric that might interest you.
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Can you direct me to somebody gullible?
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My trouble is, I never know what club to use for a shot like this.
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So long, suckers!!

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I'm new here -- could someone direct me to a nice place to have lunch?
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Mr. Piddleton, here, has cornered five shares of stock and would like to sit in on a board meeting.
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Why, Mr. Whims! I most certainly will not tell him any such thing!
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It's a living.
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Your wife's calling from Wilson's department store and wants to know what size shorts you wear.
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I want a cloth coat!
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Eskimo; igloo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 88)

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Why can't I just give you seven of my oil wells? -- that way I could enjoy the other three.
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No comment, but don't quote me.
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[Wake Up and Live] (Table of Contents: 91)

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There's one card left. Who else don't we like back up north?
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$47.60 for groceries -- I'd like to know where all that food is going.
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Children, stop pestering your father on his day off.
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All this financial chit-chat is Greek to little ol' me.
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Be firm!
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I work hour after hour, night after night, to surprise you, and all you have to say is...'What is it?'
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It's a shame! It has power steering, power brakes, power window lifts, power seats...
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There's been a little misunderstanding about our merger.

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I have no friends... only contacts
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...Oh, just a second, here he comes now!
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You're right, Harris is absent this morning.
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I'm afraid I don't earn enough to dress this casual!
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I don't think its fair Grace should get the ticket when we were all driving!
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What we want to pinpoint is the exact percentage of people who deliberately try to mislead us.
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I've never had any experience but I DO have women's intuition!
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That raise in my pay last week was a mistake.
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You're a banker? What a beautiful way to express one's self.
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Instead of me reading to you while you knit, why don't you knit to me while I read!
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Remember, son -- money doesn't grow on trees; it bubbles up from the ground.
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Arab; oil well

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All I ever get is checks!
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Business administration eh?
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Can we have another tablecloth?
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Stop dawdling!
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Is a straightforward 'No!' the best you can do?
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When will she be replaced by automation?
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It was a dirty trick assigning poor Jackson to study the buying habits of American women -- he just got engaged...
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You know, Dad... someday this will be mine.
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[Television Bookcase] (Table of Contents: 119)

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I'm tired of it all -- drive off a bridge!
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I guess nobody gets ahead without making some enemies.
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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. ["Care for a merger?"]
  3. 2. [Two Presidents]
  4. 3. ["Business."]
  5. 4. ["I used to carry a briefcase but my sandwiches got mashed."]
  6. 5. ["It's a photograph of the little woman... serves as a constant incentive."]
  7. 6. ["When he wants you, he wants you!"]
  8. 7. ["Oh, things are pretty slow around here, Herb. How are you doing these days?"]
  9. 8. ["I'm worried about Hastings! His elevator came back without him!"]
  10. 9. ["Gentlemen, Forsythe here has come up with something that may well serve as a model for us all."]
  11. 10. ["Mr. Pierpont is out. However, if it's very important, he'll see you."]
  12. 11. ["Always selling!"]
  13. 12. ["Oh, we haven't any children yet. We just want to see if we want to get involved in all this."]
  14. 13. ["The way I figure it you have to look money to make money."]
  15. 14. ["If there's anything you want, just holler."]
  16. 15. ["If I was his wife I could sure cut down on some of these expenses."]
  17. 16. ["Miss Chisholm will relieve you until that spell of hiccups is over."]
  18. 17. ["He fought it in court..."]
  19. 18. ["All right, dear, I've got you aimed at the bus stop."]
  20. 19. ["How long do you think this firm would stay in business if we paid everybody what they are worth?"]
  21. 20. ["Hold it, Ed! It isn't their coffee break -- the place is on fire."]
  22. 21. ["We don't want to go too far out. Henry doesn't mind being a suburbanite but he positively won't be an exurbanite."]
  23. 22. ["I'd apologize, buy my insurance company doesn't like it."]
  24. 23. ["I can't say anything. She's making it for me."]
  25. 24. ["Remember -- if it doesn't fit, sell style. If it fits, sell comfort. If it's an atrocity, sell price."]
  26. 25. ["Do we get an employees' discount?"]
  27. 26. ["Now just couch that in legal phraseology and make three copies."]
  28. 27. ["Anybody seen that fifty thousand in ones lying around?"]
  29. 28. ["You'll do all right here, Benson, if you just bear one thing in mind -- the machine has the brains."]
  30. 29. ["I arranged them alphabetically, like you said -- A, B, C, G, F, D and so on..."]
  31. 30. ["He says he wants one that's all the same color!"]
  32. 31. [Dreaming to be President]
  33. 32. ["Next time you order gin with a buttermilk chaser, WHISPER it to me!"]
  34. 33. ["Start looking for someone to replace you."]
  35. 34. ["We're stuck with our old car until George's immediate superior gets a new model."]
  36. 35. ["Hold everything! I think I've given you all whooping cough medicine!"]
  37. 36. ["It's very late, boys! I've got to get home and drag Junior away from the television set!"]
  38. 37. ["Very good boys -- However, don't you feel that you've made the part where I demand a full investigation of the facts a little to emphatic?"]
  39. 38. ["Sorry, gentlemen -- Mr. Simpson says no more callers for today."]
  40. 39. ["So it's a family like us -- one crisis after another."]
  41. 40. ["I take it all back about your not being aggressive enough at the office, dear."]
  42. 41. ["Oh, come now, surely one of you can change a dollar."]
  43. 42. [Long Branch Trust Co.]
  44. 43. ["We're evenly matched. You'd rather play golf than eat, and I'd rather play bridge than cook."]
  45. 44. ["I'm always happy when the market goes down. Then I feel pretty good about the stocks I didn't buy with the money I don't have."]
  46. 45. ["Mind if we go to the office with you? We didn't have the heart to tell her that the schools are closed today."]
  47. 46. ["When I grow up I want to be a locomotive engineer! They ave a very strong union!"]
  48. 47. ["Don't throw away the sales slips."]
  49. 48. ["Actually I'm listening to 'The Romance of Helen Trent'."]
  50. 49. ["Someday, son, this chair will be yours."]
  51. 50. ["By golly --- it is dacron!"]
  52. 51. ["Of course, we're having a good year -- but what worries me is how are we going to increase these figures next year!"]
  53. 52. ["I'll see you across the barricades!"]
  54. 53. ["And where do you think you're going?"]
  55. 54. ["Morrison, don't be an egghead."]
  56. 55. ["Gosh, did he get the breaks -- 71 lucky shots in a row."]
  57. 56. ["Be smart -- don't put anything in writing."]
  58. 57. ["Harold couldn't make it tonight."]
  59. 58. ["It's rather touching the way George tries to keep up with my withdrawals."]
  60. 59. ["Quit harping at the kid. How long is it since you were promoted."]
  61. 60. ["He won't see anyone today. Not even me."]
  62. 61. ["Mr. Hanson, we were wondering if you could rearrange the desks so we'd be sitting boy-girl, boy-girl, boy-girl..."]
  63. 62. ["Must be new on the job!"]
  64. 63. [Traveler's Checks Accepted]
  65. 64. ["Of course you've seen me someplace. I sell you your shoes."]
  66. 65. ["The way some of you carry on is enough to make a man take matters into his own hands!"]
  67. 66. ["I got the recipe from the Congressional Record on day when a Southern senator was conducting a filibuster."]
  68. 67. ["Only $27.50? I want to punish him a little more than that."]
  69. 68. ["Sorry, Mr. Slade, I missed another paragraph. I was admiring your profile."]
  70. 69. ["Smoke if you like, sir. We just ignore the signs around here."]
  71. 70. ["I was hoping you could suggest a highly speculative stock that's never failed to pay a dividend."]
  72. 71. ["Now that looks like something we can afford. It won't do, of course."]
  73. 72. ["...and they lived in peaceful co-existence ever after."]
  74. 73. [Tiny Garage]
  75. 74. ["Our generation is a victim of waiting for a depression."]
  76. 75. ["You're the kind of man we need around here!"]
  77. 76. ["I will not. You put your boss on first."]
  78. 77. ["Here's a miracle fabric that might interest you."]
  79. 78. ["Can you direct me to somebody gullible?"]
  80. 79. ["My trouble is, I never know what club to use for a shot like this."]
  81. 80. ["So long, suckers!!"]
  82. 81. [Hobo riding on a train]
  83. 82. ["I'm new here -- could someone direct me to a nice place to have lunch?"]
  84. 83. ["Mr. Piddleton, here, has cornered five shares of stock and would like to sit in on a board meeting."]
  85. 84. ["Why, Mr. Whims! I most certainly will not tell him any such thing!"]
  86. 85. ["It's a living."]
  87. 86. ["Your wife's calling from Wilson's department store and wants to know what size shorts you wear."]
  88. 87. ["I want a cloth coat!"]
  89. 88. ["Why can't I just give you seven of my oil wells? -- that way I could enjoy the other three."]
  90. 89. [Drive-In Bank]
  91. 90. ["No comment, but don't quote me."]
  92. 91. [Wake Up and Live]
  93. 92. ["There's one card left. Who else don't we like back up north?"]
  94. 93. ["$47.60 for groceries -- I'd like to know where all that food is going."]
  95. 94. ["Children, stop pestering your father on his day off."]
  96. 95. ["All this financial chit-chat is Greek to little ol' me."]
  97. 96. ["Be firm!"]
  98. 97. ["I work hour after hour, night after night, to surprise you, and all you have to say is...'What is it?'"]
  99. 98. ["It's a shame! It has power steering, power brakes, power window lifts, power seats..."]
  100. 99. ["There's been a little misunderstanding about our merger."]
  101. 100. ["I have no friends... only contacts"]
  102. 101. ["...Oh, just a second, here he comes now!"]
  103. 102. ["You're right, Harris is absent this morning."]
  104. 103. ["I'm afraid I don't earn enough to dress this casual!"]
  105. 104. ["I don't think its fair Grace should get the ticket when we were all driving!"]
  106. 105. ["What we want to pinpoint is the exact percentage of people who deliberately try to mislead us."]
  107. 106. ["I've never had any experience but I DO have women's intuition!"]
  108. 107. ["That raise in my pay last week was a mistake."]
  109. 108. ["You're a banker? What a beautiful way to express one's self."]
  110. 109. ["Instead of me reading to you while you knit, why don't you knit to me while I read!"]
  111. 110. ["Remember, son -- money doesn't grow on trees; it bubbles up from the ground."]
  112. 111. ["All I ever get is checks!"]
  113. 112. ["Business administration eh?"]
  114. 113. ["Can we have another tablecloth?"]
  115. 114. ["Stop dawdling!"]
  116. 115. ["Is a straightforward 'No!' the best you can do?"]
  117. 116. ["When will she be replaced by automation?"]
  118. 117. ["It was a dirty trick assigning poor Jackson to study the buying habits of American women -- he just got engaged..."]
  119. 118. ["You know, Dad... someday this will be mine."]
  120. 119. [Television Bookcase]
  121. 120. ["I'm tired of it all -- drive off a bridge!"]
  122. 121. ["I guess nobody gets ahead without making some enemies."]
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