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Sam: What do you say, Norm?
Norm: Any cheap, tawdry thing that'll get me a beer.
-- Cheers, Birth, Death, Love and Rice
Sam: What do you say to a beer, Normie?
Norm: Hiya, sailor. New in town?
-- Cheers, Woody Goes Belly Up
Norm: [coming in from the rain] Evening, everybody.
All: Norm! (Norman.)
Sam: Still pouring, Norm?
Norm: That's funny, I was about to ask you the same thing.
-- Cheers, Diane's Nightmare
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Sam: What's going on, Normie?
Norm: My birthday, Sammy. Give me a beer, stick a candle in
it, and I'll blow out my liver.
-- Cheers, Where Have All the Floorboards Gone
Woody: Hey, Mr. P. How goes the search for Mr. Clavin?
Norm: Not as well as the search for Mr. Donut.
Found him every couple of blocks.
-- Cheers, Head Over Hill
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Sam: What's new, Norm?
Norm: Most of my wife.
-- Cheers, The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One
Coach: Beer, Norm?
Norm: Naah, I'd probably just drink it.
-- Cheers, Now Pitching, Sam Malone
Coach: What's doing, Norm?
Norm: Well, science is seeking a cure for thirst. I happen
to be the guinea pig.
-- Cheers, Let Me Count the Ways
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Show respect for age. Drink good Scotch for a change.
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Sleep -- the most beautiful experience in life -- except drink.
-- W.C. Fields
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SMOKING IS NOW ALLOWED !!!
Anyone wishing to smoke, however, must file, in triplicate, the
U.S. government Environmental Impact Narrative Statement (EINS),
describing in detail the type of combustion proposed, impact on
the environment, and anticipated opposition. Statements must be
filed 30 days in advance.
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Smoking is one of the leading causes of statistics.
-- Fletcher Knebel
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Smoking is, as far as I'm concerned, the entire point of being an adult.
-- Fran Lebowitz
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Smoking Prohibited. Absolutely no ifs, ands, or butts.
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So, is the glass half empty, half full, or just twice as
large as it needs to be?