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At a dinner party you should never discuss…

 

[music]

 

RELIGION

 

>> Raoul Bhaneja: Probably not that different than from how you feel about Israel sometimes.

 

>>Michael Rubenfeld: Excuse me?

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: You’re going to tell me you’ve never felt anything like that? An unexpected blush of pride. 

 

POLITICS

 

>> Karen Glove: You’re young and not a liberal, you got no heart. And if you’re old and not conservative…

 

>> Raoul Bhaneja/Karen Glave: You got no brain!

 

[laughs]

 

MONEY

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: Cheers. 

 

>> All: Cheers.

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: So, how many?

 

>>Michael Rubenfeld: What?

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: Of her paintings.

 

>>Birgitte Solem: That’s my husband always talking numbers.

 

>>Birgitte Solem: The root verb can mean beat but it could also mean leave. So it could be saying if your wife doesn’t listen, leave her.  Not beat her. 

 

“It’s terrific and turbulent.”

- The New York Times

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: You don’t need to patronize me.

 

>>Michael Rubenfeld: You’ve been patronizing me this whole conversation. I think you can bear with being patronized just a little bit. 

 

>> Karen Glave: Isaac!

 

>>Michael Rubenfeld: What?

 

>> Karen Glave: Stop it!

 

“Riveting! Get ready to gasp!”

- NY1

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: Wiping Israel into the Mediterranean.  How do you feel then?

 

>>Michael Rubenfeld: Outraged. Like anybody else.

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: Not everybody’s outraged. A lot of folks like hearing that. 

 

>>Raoul Bhaneja: We are going to have a wonderful evening. 

 

DISGRACED

 

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MIRVISH

 

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