Synopsis: Charles Eames gives a lecture accompanied by a slide show discussing how certain kinds of items, such as a bolt of cloth, a keg of nails, or a ream of paper, are the kinds of goods that people lay great store in.
Director(s): Ray Eames
7 min

I'll have to report you to the FAA.

Stacey, do you know when the first

commercial flight went smokeless?

- No.

- 1973.

And did you know that in 1969,

when smoking was allowed

on all flights,

- we put a man on the moon?

- I had no idea.


You know what that is?

That's a remnant of a better time,

but they welded it shut.

And it starts with ashtrays,

and it ends with all of our precious

freedoms being stripped away.

I remember back in the day

when you got on a plane

and you knew

you were in for a good time.

- A little smoking, a little drinking.

- Yeah.

And the stewardesses.

Stacey, you come from a proud tradition

of blazing hot stewardesses.

And now you can't do one damn thing

without someone reporting you to

the Department of Homeland Security.

- Am I right?

- That's right.

- You listen to Don.

- I had to take my pants off

and nibble my Old Spice

down to three ounces

just to get on the plane, Stacey.

They made me throw out

my mouthwash.

I had to give up my bath jellies.

They made me breastfeed

some old man.

That's what I'm talking about.

But we don't have to take it, Stacey.

Like Henry David Thoreau

and Rosa Parks

and David Lee Roth

when he left Van Halen,

we can say, "Enough. Enough injustice."

And when you and I are old and gray,

we can look back on this

and remember when we were

and we smoked one,

we smoked one for America.


You motherfucker.

Nice work. Nice work.

Who are you?

I'm Don Ready, and I got the goods.

This is some killer kush.

Nun pops her head out and says,

"Shit. Guess I got to gargle."

Poor Don. It's like everything he does

is to make him forget about 'Querque.

Takes a lot of pain to sell cars

the way that man does.

- You're here from Selleck Motors?

- No, but my dad is.

You're supposed to put the name of the

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