Beth: Mr James, you are not going to fly around the world in a hot air balloon?
Jimmy James: Oh, yes I am.
Dave Nelson: With whom ?
Jimmy James: All by myself.
Dave Nelson: When ?
Jimmy James: Today.
Dave Nelson: Why ?
Jimmy James: Because it's there.
Dave Nelson: What's there ?
Jimmy James: What's where ?
Bill McNeal: Who's on first ?
Jimmy James: I don't know.
Bill McNeal: Third base!
Bill McNeal: Jim, a practical question at this juncture, if I may ?
Jimmy James: Go ahead.
Bill McNeal: Thank you. Hasn't this been done before? I mean, it seems like every year another billionaire is trying to fly around the world in a balloon.
Jimmy James: Well, why the hell do you think I'm doing this? I mean, the peer pressure among billionaires is incredibly intense. Bill Gates practically called me a nancy boy.
Dave Nelson: You pick a fine time to do some work.
Matthew Brock: I'm not really working. I'm so nervous I'm just hitting keys randomly.
Dave Nelson: Well, be careful you don't accidentally write something.
Dave Nelson: You're chewing tobacco?
Bill McNeal: I'm giving up smoking, not nicotine.
Dave Nelson: Chewing tobacco is just as dangerous as smoking.
Bill McNeal: To my gums, not my lungs. Just trying to mix it up a little.
Bill McNeal: Worried about the big chief, little chief?
Dave Nelson: Uh, yeah, yeah, Bill, I am kind of worried about it. I mean, there's a fine line between eccentricity and downright, suicidal foolhardiness.
Bill McNeal: I know. I walked that line every Saturday night.
Dave Nelson: [puzzled] What?