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Director of Branding: What's wrong with the covers?
Director of Directors: Nothing's wrong with the covers - they weren't covered enough in these segments, that's what's wrong. The Hitler Channel audience is our audience, and these Hitler covers were barely shown on screen.
Director of Meatpacking: I don't read the magazine, but I do look at the covers, and I can tell you that the core of our brand is Adolf Hitler.
Goodnone: Could you do that one more time? [Referring to the way the Director of Meatpacking cups his hand to press all five fingertips together, a common non-verbal means of emphasis in Corporate Standard]
Director of Meatpacking: Core of our brand. [Cupping and shaking his hand]
[Author's note: another non-verbal means of communication often found in Corporate Standard English is the Blank Stare, a method of demonstrating innocence which, if exchanged between two parties (as it was here between the Director of Branding and the Director of Public Affairs) often leads into the highly involved ritual entitled the Blame Game.]