Looks more like ethical people who take a stand are targeted for their views, thus ensuring ethics don’t stand in the way of building the company’s portfolio.
Yes, but theirs is couched in terms of, is it ethical to be honest with the client if that honesty will have a negative effect on sales and (gasp) executive bonuses?
You know, Pink, you’ve made even Bucky’s logic look logical today.
“We come in peace from the Land of Disproportions. I’ll need two beds end to end, and my sister will need a crib.”
“Psst, Constance, stop staring at the painter. Forget that he looks like a gargoyle, and pretend to be interested in the weeds in the courtyard.”
“You have five digits on your left hand, and so do I. See? We do have something in common (in addition to a great affinity for your family’s wealth).
“Why yes, I am toting a couple of handfuls, but I don’t why that makes you want to grin like a village idiot.
“You look like honest ladies, but my nose is a tellin’ me there’s something fishy goin’ on around here.”
“It appears Aunt Bessie left all her worldly goods to you two young ladies. Lizzie gets the calico cat, which is currently pregnant, and Julia gets one-eyed Lewey.”
“Beam me up, Scottie. The only decent thing on the menu is fish ‘n chips, and the politicians are loonier than the Kardashians.”