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You seemed to be pretty sure of what you wanted.
Dan and I wanted more or less the same thing, I think.
There's something I want to show you.
I don't think so.
You don't even know what it is.
I know, but nevertheless-
You only live once.
I'm not sure that's been proved.
The courthouse. What can happen? Who's gonna miss you?
I've seen it.
No, I haven't been inside.
See now, you don't know. I want to show you.
Will you come?
No, I can't, Chad; What?
You'll promise to see it?
When I go into town again.
There's a model of damn near the whole county laid out. It's huge. Guess what it's called, the whole model-
I can't guess, I really don't think-
We been talking six years to get Washington to give it to us.
The mounds that are left?
It'll just take fifteen minutes to see the damn model and understand what's happening-
No, I'm sure. You can feel it. We're an anachronism. Squint your eyes and you can already see girls water-skiing over the tops of Hawthorn trees. Restaurants with dance bands. It's all changing. The lake has become the fact, hasn't it?
And you'll own a lot of the shoreline, won't you?
Good piece. I could show you if we-
Come on, really-
Down from Memphis.See, we're sitting on the lake and the interchange.
So you're right in the middle of it.
You got the place we want to build on- What would you say about giving us a lease.
Oh, that could mean a lot more.
With passing under it. See, we're sitting on the lake and the interchange.
All first-class stuff.
A barber sh—ah, beauty parlor. A uh—the clubs, the little
—with clubs ...
No, you hit the damn ball, the little setup for a—
Tennis court, too, but those—oh, shit. Golf! Little golf—
No, that's kids, that's toys— Chip and putt! Chip and putt.
Never heard of it.
—I'd dig up the green; they'd
kick me off the—but I'm going to! Hell! Go out chipping
and putting; get me a pair of the shorts and the socks and
the cap and those gloves they wear— Chip and putt with
the pros, man. Lee Trevino's.
You'll be terrific.
You know what we get? Three percent. On every dollar
That's amazing. That's a lot.
Of everything except food. One percent on food and drink
. . . that's the deal they're offering us.
You will be rich. That's what I find so profound about
politics; the grace notes of that kind of power. The signing
of an energy bill in Washington transforms rural areas
into resorts—field hands into busboys.
They shall beat their plowshares into Pontiacs.
. . . I . . . got six acres all my own. For a house. On an
island. I got an island—it will be. Out a little bit on the
lake. Looks right across to it. Be able to sit on the lawn and
watch people drive up off there to the motel—say that's
another ten bucks. That guy over there's havin' himself a
beer, that's two cents!—
You'll get a kick out of it.
I'll give it to you . . . Anything
you want, it's yours. I'll sign it over. You're the only thing
I ever saw I really wanted.
I want you to-
-Chad- Get lost.
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