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: [Looking at Dali's "The Enigma of William Tell"
] If I believed in God, I would call that blasphemous.
: His failure to arrive must be seen as a dissension! Rosey
: It must be seen as... Bauer
: ...his inability to tell time.
: Bauer, will you begin? Bauer
: [Bauer hops on to the table and pointS to each person before he speaks
] Knock, knock. Andre Breton
: Who is there? Bauer
: The King of England. Rosey
: Yes, out of curiosity. Andre Breton
: No, lacks style. Aragon
: No, I wasn't expecting you. Yoyotte
: Erm... yes, but in silence. Salvador Dali
: [to Yayotte
] What is going on? Yoyotte
: I have no idea. Waiter
: [to Bauer on the table
] Oi, down!
: [Knocks on table before each person speaks
] Velázquez? Andre Breton
: No, dull evening predicted. Bauer
] No, too classical. Aragon
] No, monarch flatterer. Yoyotte
] Erm... yes, but in silence. Aragon
: You always say that. Andre Breton
] What does Dalí think? Salvador Dali
: [Knock, knock
] Yes, of course, Velázquez. Hmph! Andre Breton
: Dalí's reasoning? Salvador Dali
: I would like his autograph. Aragon
: That answer is not radical. Andre Breton
: No, it is amusing. Breton recognizes humour.