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Ben 10 Drift 2 Everything? Sit down. I’m not one of your modern husbands, Chin up, stiff upper lip and all that sort of stuff, Always ready to discuss things sensibly. There isn’t anything to discuss. I don’t need your consent. We’re divorced. Have been for two years I don’t recognize the divorce. You agreed to it. I was wrong. You’re my wife. Not only because somebody said a few words over us, But because of all we meant to each other for eight years. You can’t change all that with more words, legal or otherwise. They want you on the telephone, Mr. Hutcheson. Go away. You want me to quit the paper, okay. I’ll get another job, something.. I don’t want you to quit. I had to go back today. Tomorrow, it’s over. It’s right that you should go back. It’s where you belong. You’re the best newspaperman in the world. I don’t want to change that. I never did. It’s your whole life, and for you, it’s right. But I’ve got a right to a life too, and you can’t give it to me. Can he? Maybe. Can you be the same with him as you were with me? Is it that easy? Do you love him? No, you don’t. Not the same way. Maybe love isn’t enough to make a marriage work. Please, Mr. Hutcheson. I’m sorry to bother you again, but it’s your office. Mr. Allen. He said if you won’t come to the phone than to come back to the paper. I’m sorry, sir. Yes? What? Yanked what story? Willebrandt’s story on Sally Gardiner. Well, it was pulled by our advertising department. It seems Mr. Andrew Wharton, president of Wharton’s department store, Was Sally’s caviar ticket. Right. Right. Composing room. One column head one bank on this weather report. Yes? Jake? On Willebrandt’s story, Sally Gardiner? Yeah. Hold it, but don’t kill it. You worry about every story in our paper, Mr. Fenway? It just seemed to me this was libelous material. We got a hundred stories in this issue. Check ’em all for libel? No, sir. Or any of them? No, sir. I see. You’re a selfappointed censor only on stories involving big advertisers. I was trying to protect us. Us or you or Mr. Wharton, and for how much? He denies this story.


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