• Casey - As soon as credit cards disappear, everything will start to pick up again.
  • Harry - No way. If anything money will go away. Soon, we'll all be a number in a big computer.
  • Casey - Money go away! Are you crazy, it'll never happen!
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By: James Coburn
Characters: Harry
From: Harry in Your Pocket

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A conversation between professional pickpockets Harry (James Coburn) and Casey (Walter Pidgeon) from the 1973 film Harry in Your Pocket. They were on a ferry from Seattle to Victoria, British Columbia discussing the economy and lowered expectations of how much they were finding in their marks' wallets.

I don’t come to sit and be a part of a caucus where we talk and do nothing. . . I leave you with this: it is time to wake up, get up, step up, or shut up.

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By: Geneva Reed-Veal

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Statement made during a speech by the mother of Sandra Bland, the 28-year-old African-American woman who died in a Texas jail cell last summer. The suspicious death as later ruled a suicide by investigators. Reed-Veal was speaking at the Library of Congress, part of the first symposium of the newly formed Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls.

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Horror film Fender Bender lands on Chiller in June

Chiller and Scream Factory have announced that horror film Fender Bender will premiere on Friday, June 3rd at 9 PM. Written and Directed by Mark Pavia (Stephen King’s The Night Flier), Fender Bender stars Makenzie Vega (The Good Wife), Dre Davis (Pretty Little Liars, Scavenger Killers), Cassidy Freeman (Smallville, Longmire) and Bill Sage (American Psycho, …
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Rich people only like being around rich people. Nobody likes being around poor people, especially poor people. So we try and make the place feel upscale for everyone. That is to say we cater to people who have discretion and judgment and we give them a choice and we are consistent in that.

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By: Steve Wynn

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The Wynn Resorts Chairman and CEO said this during a presentation to investors. The article states Wynn is making the point that he wants to create an "environment" of wealth that draws all kinds of crowds.