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] Hugh, I loved your speech on abortion. It was really gorgeous.
: Have you been able to find time for the survey in regard to the declining attendance in England's churches? Michael Rimmer
: Yes, we have. Priest
: We've tried everything, you know... cutthroat bingo, hallucinogens in the wafers, neon lights for the graveyards, chapels on wheels, fifty-fifty drawings after communion... Michael Rimmer
: Really? Priest
: [grabbing hold of his vestments
] And these clothes are a bit out-of-date for the 1960s. Michael Rimmer
: Yes, well, we've done a great deal of research on the results of our religious polls and I believe we have discovered the true root of the problem. Priest
: What would that be? Michael Rimmer
: God. Priest
: I had a nasty suspicion it was that. Michael Rimmer
: It's just that people have a hard time believing in Him. So, get rid of the God and you'll do just fine. Priest
: Interesting. Sort of an "Our Father who *might be* in heaven"... Michael Rimmer
: Yes, very good.
: [after seeing Fromage faint
] What's the matter with Fromage? Pumer
: Oh, these recent sex surveys have him worn out.
: I've got the Olympic Heats tomorrow. Michael Rimmer
: I've got the Olympic Heats tonight.
: Don't worry Tom, we'll supply the tears.
: Peter, I was just jotting down a few reasons why you might want to leave IOP and come over to us at the Fairburn Organisation.
[hands over cheque
] Peter Niss
: Oh yes, I see, that's very well put. Yes, I particularly like the noughts.