Well, boss. I guess this is the part where I should tell you to go to hell. Except you’re already here.
We’re people, not parts of people. Even with what little they gave us, these are our lives. No one gets to just turn you off.[to Ms. Casey]
My mother was an atheist. She used to say that there was good news and bad news about hell. The good news is, hell is just the product of a morbid human imagination. The bad news is, whatever humans can imagine, they can usually create.
A department like yours can go so good or so bad. You know what makes the difference? The people.[to Mark]
Watch now on:
Our job is to taste free air. Your so-called boss may own the clock that taunts you from the wall. But, my friends, the hour is yours.[reading The You You Are]