Bizarrely, this is a fairly accurate portrayal of what one can expect from a room full of ‘business-minded’ old men.
Equally bizarrely, many people think we need more ‘business-minded’ old men in government.
I suspect it already has led there.
Ann Eiffel is a con artist who is incapable of loving anyone (even her own child), yet Tiffany’s father is convinced she loves him, and is likely relying on her to help him navigate his sudden business troubles.
I would wager the reason Tom finds himself cash-poor is that much of his wealth now resides in Ann’s bank account.
Wait until she learns that Katrina Lagrand is her husband’s pen name… and he killed off Matthew Dupree because he was jealous of the attention his wife was paying tha character.
Is he going to turn out to be ‘gone’ like Dilbert’s dad?
That is, not actually dead, just at a 24-hour all-you-can-eat buffet and refusing to go home because, technically, he hasn’t eaten all he can?
“And I would have gotten away with it, if not for you meddling, er… dad…”
Imitation is the sincerest form of plagiarism…
If a third try is ordered, staple the cover sheet to the T.A.’s forehead (at a 45 degree angle, of course) .
That’s only because we so often act like swine
Virtually every living thing on Earth is sentient (including tasty plants and critters)… but not sapient, so they’re all fair game!