MM: Hey buddy, excuse me!
TW: Yeah yeah...
MM: Can I get you over here for a second? I have...
TW: Hold your horses, man. I'm busier than a set of jumper cables at a Puerto Rican wedding, man.
WAITRESS: I need a Mai Tai, a Brandy Alexander and a draught, light.
TW: Yeah yeah yeah...
MM: I could use another one though.
I don't usually do this.
It's just that...
I'm in the music business.
You ever get anybody in here from...
TW: Yeah well.
Things are tough all over, man.
What else is new?
MM: Yeah...
Today my company made me do a disco record.
I mean, it's just...
As I said, I don't usually do this.
I'd really like another one, if that's all right.
You don't mind pennies, do you?
TW: Oh, we can always use pennies.
MM: Oh, fantastic.
Wait... (the sound of a shitload of pennies being thrown on the counter)
MM: I think I eh... I think I got enough there for a double.
TW: I think you got enough there for a funeral.


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