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Jeez, das ist schrecklich.
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Das ist das Bl<42>deste.
Ich kann nicht --
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Das ist ein Unterschied von einer Stunde.
Hier ist eine andere Zeitzone.
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Mist. Das ist unglaublich.
Wie konnte das passieren?
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Okay. Nun.
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Okay. Geschafft.
Und jetzt?
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Okay. Hab' es. Okay.
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Zieh es hoch.
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Okay, now let's get your...
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Vor einigen Jahren wollten wir...
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Aktivisten bei ihren Anti-Unternehmens
Aktivit<EFBFBD>ten unterst<73>tzen.
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Da h<>rten wir etwas <20>ber die
Internetseite rtmark.com
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WIr gingen dorthin und sie...
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gaben uns eine Internet-Domain --
gwbush.com --
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und fragten uns, ob wir eine
kritische Webseite
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<EFBFBD>ber George Bush machen w<>rden.
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Die richtige Domain von
Georg Bush war georgewbush.com.
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Das war 1999,
w<EFBFBD>hrend der Kampagne
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vor seiner Wahl zur ersten
Pr<EFBFBD>sidentschaft.
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Wir waren uns nicht sicher
was wir tun sollten.
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Wir schauten uns also Bushs
Webseite an.
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Es stellte sich heraus, dass
sie voll von Heucheleich war.
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Zum Beispiel bezeichnete er
sich selbst als der
"Der umweltfreundliche Gouverneur von Texas".
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Aber als wir uns seine Bilanz genauer
anschauten, stellten wir fest,
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dass er den am st<73>rksten verschmutzten
Bundesstaat des Landes geschaffen hat,
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weil er die Gesetze f<>r eine
saubere Luft entsch<63>rft hat.
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Und ich sch<63>tze, genau das
macht er nun auf internationaler
Ebene.
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Also dachten wir
"Nun, aus dieser Art von Heuchelei
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# TODO
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we can easily poke fun at
by making a satire website."
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Wir machten eine Webseite
die exakt so aussah wie die von Bush
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bis auf ein paar wichtige Unterschiede.
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# TODO
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Wie ein Photo --
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#TODO: Formulierung
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das anstatt ihm und seiner Frau vor
dem Capitol in Texas,
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# TODO: Formulierung
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ihn zeigte, wie er mit den Finger
auf schwarze Menschen zeigt.
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Dies schien ihm ein wenig
<EFBFBD>rgerlich zu machen.
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Also versuchte die Buch Kampagne
unsere Seite zu schliessen,
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indem sie uns eine
Unterlassungserkl<EFBFBD>rung schickten
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und bei der Bundes-Wahl-Kommission
Klage einrichten.
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Doch wir hielten stand
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und schalteten die Medien ein.
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Die <i>New York Times</i>
schrieb sofort einen Artikel,
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und es gab eine Menge anderer
Artikel.
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Ein Reporter der diese Artikel
gelesen hat,
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fragte Bush auf einer Pressekonferenz
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"Es gibt diese Webseite --
gwbush.com -- Was denken sie dar<61>ber?"
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Es war <20>berall pr<70>sent.
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Eine Menge Menschen lasen dar<61>ber.
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Auch ein Typ der die Internet-Domain
gatt.org besass.
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GATT ist das
Allgemeine Zoll- und Handelsabkommen
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und es ist die der
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and it's the predecessor agreement
to the World Trade Organization.
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Und er sagte,
Wenn ihr das f<>r Bush getan habt,
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dann k<>nnt es es genauso
f<EFBFBD>r die WTO machen."
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Die WTO ist so etwas wie die
Vereinten Nationen des Kommerzes,
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Eine Anh<6E>ufung von allen
diesen L<>ndern der Welt...
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# TODO: Abgleich Film
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die hin und wieder zusammenkommen
um <20>ber Handelspolitik zu diskutieren,
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# TODO: Formulierung
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wie genau G<>ter durch die Welt
und verkauft werden.
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Ich bin mir sicher, die
urspr<EFBFBD>ngliche Absicht der WTO
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den Entwicklungsl<73>ndern zu helfen,
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so dass die Weltgemeinschaft
ihnen hilft, der Armut zu entkommen.
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Was sie eigentlich taten -
sie erlaubten gro<72>en Firmen
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in diese L<>nder zu gehen und
die Menschen noch mehr auszubeuten,
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so dass Amerikaner noch
wohlhabender wurden
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und die Menschen in diesen L<>ndern
weiterhin um das <20>berleben
k<EFBFBD>mpfen mussten.
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# TODO: Inhaltlich richtig?
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Ich denke das macht einigen Menschen
einen Strich durch ihre Rechnungen.
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Also versuchte ich mich zu
erinnern, wo Sal lebt.
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#TODO
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Das ist ein wenig kompliziert.
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It's a little bit complicated. There's, like,
this snaking road up over the hills.
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Und wo ist Sal?
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Sal ist ein Freund den ich in
San Diego getroffen habe.
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Er zog nach L.A. um in der
Filmindustrie zu arbeiten,
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# TODO
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and that's why now he does,
actually, costuming professionally.
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Er macht Sachen wie
merkw<EFBFBD>rdige Anz<6E>ge
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aus allen erdenklichen Materialien.
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Ich wusste also wen ich anrufen
kann, als ich ein Kost<73>m brauchte.
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Ja, das ist es.
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I'll maybe bring him his mail, actually,
as long as we're at it here.
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# TODO
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- Ja, -- Ich mag es nicht.
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- Okay.
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Es sieht zu sehr nach Sex Zeug aus
anstatt -- es sieht nicht sehr modern aus.
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# TODO
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Remember, this is the future.
This isn't about, like, straps and stuff.
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That's like dungeons and torture
in the past.
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Das Kost<73>m ist des Managers
Freizeitanzug.
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Die Idee ist, dass Hank Hardy Unruh,
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ein Vertreter der
Welthandels Organisation,
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# TODO
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is going to go and wear
this breakaway business suit
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that's gonna be pulled off of him
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during the middle
of the keynote address to the conference.
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And then a big inflatable phallus
is going to emerge from this golden suit,
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and on the end of it is a TV screen
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that he uses
to manage sweatshops remotely.
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Der Grund f<>r unsere EInladung ist...
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...unsere Webseite gatt.org.
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Die gatt.org-Seite sieht genauso
wie die der WTO aus,
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nur dass sie kritisch mit der
WTO umgeht.
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# TODO: Inhalt
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Die meisten Menschen die
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Most people, though,
who find gatt.org
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by searching
for the World Trade Organization...
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will go without reading it
and will send us e-mail directly.
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Eine Menge Menschen stellten uns
merkw<EFBFBD>rdige Fragen <20>ber Tarife und Handel,
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und wir versuchen ihnen so
korrekt zu antworten, wie wir k<>nnen.
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Und gelegentlich kommen Einladungen
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von offiziellen und fast-ofiziellen
Organisation
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die um Stellungnamen oder
die Teilnahme an einer Konferenz bitten.
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Sie denken also tats<74>chlich,
dass sie mit der WTO reden.
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Wir gaben ihnen was wir dachten,
das sie wollten --
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# TODO
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which is the opinions of the WTO--
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as accurately
as we can represent them.
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# TODO; Inhaltlich
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Wei<EFBFBD>t du was ich denke...?
Eigentlich
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You know what I'm thinking,
actually, looking at this...
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das k<>nnte ein Rei<65>verschluss sein.
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Yeah! Yeah, yeah.
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# TODO: Inhaltlich
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Er macht ihn einfach auf und
zieht gleichzeitig dran.
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- Das k<>nnte sehr gut werden.
- Denn...
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#TODO: Inhatllich
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damit es aus dem Klettverschluss springt
ist es vielleicht nicht stark genug
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und dann m<>sste er es ziehen.
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Was uns den Mut dazu gab
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nach Tampere mit diesem
total absurden Anzug zu gehen,
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das wir bereits in Salzburg waren
um dort
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die Welthandes Organisation auf
einer Konferenz zu vertreten.
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Unser dortiger Repr<70>sentant --
der selbe Typ der nun
Hank Hardy Unruh spielt --
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war dort Dr. Andreas Bichlbauer.
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And he gave a lecture that focused
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on basically doing away with
all customs in the name of free trade,
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like getting rid of the <i>siesta</i>
in Spain and Italy
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so that business hours
could be the same.
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In Italy, on the other hand,
you have a totally different situation,
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in which sleep is...done during
the day as much as at night almost.
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And allowing people to sell their votes
over the Internet to the highest bidder
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so that the barriers to free trade
and things like votes were out of the way.
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One possible solution is being tested
in the field of American politics
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to streamline the grotesquely
inefficient system of elections.
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Vote-auction.com, in turn,
employs only four people
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to transmit not merely information,
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but actual money
directly to the consuming voter.
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It's a--a forum for people voluntarily
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to offer their vote to the highest bidder.
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And despite giving what we thought
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was a lecture that would immediately
get us booed off stage
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or get Bichlbauer
maybe even thrown in jail
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because people would figure out
he was an impostor,
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the exact opposite happened.
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Everybody was super polite.
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It didn't seem like everybody even noticed
that what he said was so absurd.
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Well, so far...
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...we thought Bichlbauer
would be very extreme
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and people would react to it
and we'd get shut down,
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and nothing of the sort happened.
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So...this time we just have to really
push it and make it totally extreme.
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I mean, we keep trying
to push things further
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to try to really clarify the positions
of the WTO to make them very legible.
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It's one back,
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but this--this is good.
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<i>Andy.</i>
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It has a terrible siren.
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I have to check the Web
when we get upstairs.
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Oh, my God. What are we
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gonna do about this--
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we gotta watch the Patrick video.
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It's weird stuff, isn't it?
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That's one way of putting it.
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It's really a problem.
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It seems about the weirdest
I've seen from him ever, I think.
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It looks pretty good on this.
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Yeah, it's all right.
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What we have here is that we have
our cyber Andy here
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who's going to be wearing the suit.
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And I'm going to be showing
all the different ways
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in which the Management Leisure Suit
can be useful in industry today
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and maximize leisure potential.
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Sometimes I don't think they know
what the hell to expect out of me.
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What I'll come up with...
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is frequently not exactly
what they had in mind,
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but it's...you know,
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it fits in perfectly with what they're--
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what they're going to do.