Scene 1: George and Jerry are at the diner having lunch. Jerry eats his sandwich while George stares blankly at the coffee in front of ... I don't approve of ... How could you not ap
George and Jerry are at the diner having lunch. Jerry eats his sandwich while George stares blankly at the coffee in front of him. George: I don't approve of coffee. Jerry: How could you not approve of coffee? George: Well it's not so much coffee it's that whole Juan Valdez thing. Talk about cruelty to animals. Jerry: Cruelty to animals? They make coffee out of beans... beans don't have feelings. George: It's not the beans it's the donkey. Jerry: The donkey? George: Yah, have you noticed on the coffee package that Juan Valdez's mule doesn't look very happy? Jerry: I don't want to know how you can tell when a mule is happy... Hang on a second, you drink coffee all the time. George: I am in to passive resistance. I enlighten others as to the ills of our society hoping that they will do something about it. This is my niche in life.