commanding view of Washington, D.C. as he listens to a
OLDER MAN (L.T.)
I don't know how much longer we can
hold out, Mr. Dean.
I don't know, either, L.T. Maybe
Well that's why I'm here, Mr. Dean.
'Cause you're a labor lawyer.
Last night, Larry Spinks, he works
the Steel Press, he goes to a bar
with his wife Rosalie to have a
glass of chianti 'cause it's his
birthday, and these two guys, these
Guido mother-fuckers, they jump him
when he goes to the bathroom.
I'm sorry, Mr. Dean. But Larry's in
St. Lukes now, so I'm a little--I'm
unless we take Bellmoth's offer,
it'll only get worse.
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