“How’d they get them?”
“You know f****in’ well what. Who handed them over?”
“I have no idea.”
“You little p***k. I made you. Do you hear me? I MADE you! You wouldn’t have a pot to piss in if it wasn’t for me. Who did it?”
“How the hell would I know?”
“Listen to me now, and listen carefully. I am NOT going down for this monumental f*** up. I am not taking the fall. All eyes are on me now but let me tell you I’ll take every last one of you with me. D’ya hear! D’YA HEAR ME?”
“F*** off for yourself you f***in’ egit. Didn’t cover your tracks, did you? The first rule of business – cover your arse. Don’t blame me for your stupidity.”
“I know where the bodies are buried. I’ll tell them everything.”
“I’d like to see you prove it.”
“I f****** will.”
“And how? Do you think I was stupid enough to leave a trail? You’re a joke. That’s what you are. You served your function. Bring it on and see what happens.”
“They’re camped outside my door. My wife can’t bring the kids to school! They-”
“Ask me do I care. You made your bed now f*** off and don’t call me again!
“I’ll end you. I WILL!”
“You’re all wind and piss like a young crow.”
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Honesty refers to a facet of moral character and connotes positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness and straightforwardness along with the absence of lying, cheating or theft. Honesty is revered in many cultures and religions. Honesty means being truthful, trustworthy, loyal, fair and sincere. Honesty also means straight forward conduct.(Wikipedia)