Gas Station Attendant: I can't take a credit card.
Charlie Hughes: Why?
Gas Station Attendant: They have an encounter for the investigation.
Charlie Hughes: Listen idiot, this is a VIP card.
Gas Station Attendant: Look Jack, I...
Charlie Hughes: No wait a minute, Charles Hughes, not Jack. Did I say my name was Jack?
Gas Station Attendant: Jack, I don't particularly like being called an idiot.
Charlie Hughes: Wait a minute, wait a minute, my name is not Jack. It's Charles Hughes!
Gas Station Attendant: I don't care if your named was Rockefeller, nine dollars and twenty three cents.
Charlie Hughes: No no, not Rockefeller. Hughes, Charles Hughes, do you know what that means? You see that sign up there? I own two percent of that sign. That sign licenses you to sell gasoline. On Monday morning, that sign no longer licenses you to sell gasoline, because I own two percent of that sign, which means I own two percent of you. I don't want my two percent of you, so I'm going to get rid of it now! You understand what I mean? I hope you do, because there's a great big gasoline station down the road, selling great big gas to great big people, maybe you can get a job there fixing flats understand?
Gas Station Attendant: Nine dollars and twenty three cents, cash!
Charlie Hughes: Aha. Here's ten, Big Shot. Keep the change, because you're gonna need it! Remember the name? Hughes!
Gas Station Attendant: Hughes. Charles Hughes. Mr. Hughes? Screw you!