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She thought that he wanted money and the company wanted controlling interest. So they are going to buy up the remaining shares and sell them at once to drive the price down.
It looks like he’s borrowed against the value so he’ll have to sell.
And the repeated refrain of “push the little daisies and make em come up” is, if not annoying, certainly infectious (in many senses of the word).
He was released from the hospital–he looked for her there but remembered the trip to the Met. Glancy bought another suit there too (actually he split the seat of it).
She is enraged already saying that Miss Moneybags (and now we know why they call her that) and Mr Vogel pretending they didn’t know what bus was what. It’s until the doctor thinks he’s strong enough to…. has been dressing like a student and spying on the teachers. There’s some talk of Augustus Montague Toplady and how he could have stayed out of jail. Gibbs, who normally doesn’t read and proscribed openings is reading the entire Constitution and homeroom won’t end until he does.
Bast barely says anything but JR is on a roll: he got him the briefcase and that alarm clock (which runs backwards) and the business cards (which Simon pointed out I’ve been missing the typo on) and “I’ll call up that Virginia and fix it up where you get her to take telephone calls at the cafet…” (302).
JR is also going on about the kind of massive tax breaks he (and Bast) will be able to declare.
JR is more about money and sex, and the internet doesn’t have many pictures of either, right. When we left off, JR was trying to persuade Bast to help him out some more.