1. The maître d’ stops by to say hello to McDermott, then notices we don’t have our complimentary Bellinis, and runs off before any of us can stop him. I’m not sure how McDermott knows Alain so well—maybe Cecelia?—and it slightly pisses me off but I decide to even up the score a little bit by showing everyone my new business card. I pull it out of my gazelleskin wallet (Barney’s, $850) and slap it on the table, waiting for reactions.

  2. I’m still tranced out on Montgomery’s card—the classy coloring, the thickness, the lettering, the print—and I suddenly raise a fist as if to strike out at Craig and scream, my voice booming, “No one wants the fucking red snapper pizza! A pizza should be yeasty and slightly bready and have a cheesy crust! The crusts here are too fucking thin because the shithead chef who cooks here overbakes everything! The pizza is dried out and brittle!”

  3. I flossed too hard this morning and I can still taste the coppery residue of swallowed blood in the back of my throat. I used Listerine afterwards and my mouth feels like it’s on fire but I manage a smile to no one as I step out of the elevator, brushing past a hung-over Wittenborn, swinging my new black leather attaché case from Bottega Veneta.

  4. Patrick Bateman would call that outfit hideous

  5. I spent two hours at the gym today and can now complete two hundred abdominal crunches in less than three minutes.

  6. We all lean over and inspect David’s card and Price quietly says, “That’s really nice.”

  7. I’m in the men’s room, staring at myself in the mirror—tan and haircut perfect—checking out my teeth which are completely straight and white and gleaming.

  8. this is healthy debate, and I see what you’re saying about intimidation, but I do think that’s kind of the point. would a polite note be better? most likely. I’m not saying this is the best approach, but I do think you may be blowing it a little out of proportion.

  9. I’m still tranced out on Montgomery’s card—the classy coloring, the thickness, the lettering, the print—and I suddenly raise a fist as if to strike out at Craig and scream, my voice booming, “No one wants the fucking red snapper pizza! A pizza should be yeasty and slightly bready and have a cheesy crust! The crusts here are too fucking thin because the shithead chef who cooks here overbakes everything! The pizza is dried out and brittle!”

  10. I feel heady, ravenous, pumped up, as if I’d just worked out and endorphins are flooding my nervous system, or just embraced that first line of cocaine, inhaled the first puff of a fine cigar, sipped that first glass of Cristal.

  11. I’m wearing a four-button double-breasted wool and silk suit, a cotton shirt with a button-down collar by Valentino Couture, a patterned silk tie by Armani and cap-toed leather slipons by Allen-Edmonds.

  12. Before leaving my office for the meeting I take two Valium, wash them down with a Perrier and then use a scruffing cleanser on my face with premoistened cotton balls, afterwards applying a moisturizer.

  13. I pass by a mirror hung over the bar as I’m led to our table and check out my reflection—the mousse looks good.

  14. All I seem to want to do now is work out, lifting weights, mostly, and secure reservations at new restaurants I’ve already been to, then cancel them.

  15. I used to go to an LA fitness where the showers didn’t have curtains and the guy across from me kept eying me while I showered. While I was getting dressed after he came up to me and handed me his business card and said I had a nice cock and that I should call him sometime. Right in front of everyone else getting dressed. I appreciated the compliment but it was kind of embarrassing how he did it, i feel like it made it seem like I was cruising when I was not.

  16. I pick up Montgomery’s card and actually finger it, for the sensation the card gives off to the pads of my fingers.

  17. “But here’s some words everyone remembers… from Huey Lewis & The News!” 🎶”I want a new drug”🎶

  18. Huey also recorded two songs for the movie Back to the Future, which both went Number One, “The Power of Love” and “Back in Time,” delightful extras, not footnotes, in what has been shaping up into a legendary career.

  19. I’ve been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke.

  20. “Hi. Pat Bateman,” I say, offering my hand, noticing my reflection in a mirror hung on the wall—and smiling at how good I look.

  21. I’m in the men’s room, staring at myself in the mirror—tan and haircut perfect—checking out my teeth which are completely straight and white and gleaming.

  22. I flossed too hard this morning and I can still taste the coppery residue of swallowed blood in the back of my throat. I used Listerine afterwards and my mouth feels like it’s on fire but I manage a smile to no one as I step out of the elevator, brushing past a hung-over Wittenborn, swinging my new black leather attaché case from Bottega Veneta.

  23. Here's the official answe from page 30-something of the EO/GM documentation.

  24. I pick up Montgomery’s card and actually finger it, for the sensation the card gives off to the pads of my fingers.

  25. “New card.” I try to act casual about it but I’m smiling proudly. “What do you think?”

  26. The maître d’ stops by to say hello to McDermott, then notices we don’t have our complimentary Bellinis, and runs off before any of us can stop him. I’m not sure how McDermott knows Alain so well—maybe Cecelia?—and it slightly pisses me off but I decide to even up the score a little bit by showing everyone my new business card. I pull it out of my gazelleskin wallet (Barney’s, $850) and slap it on the table, waiting for reactions.

  27. Fun fact patrick bateman has 3 movies where he become bateman with featuring jonker

  28. On the way back to my apartment I stop at D’Agostino’s, where for dinner I buy two large bottles of Perrier, a six-pack of Coke Classic, a head of arugula, five medium-sized kiwis, a bottle of tarragon balsamic vinegar, a tin of crême fraiche, a carton of microwave tapas, a box of tofu and a white-chocolate candy bar I pick up at the checkout counter.

  29. Why did they name Bruce Wayne Patrick Bateman ? Are they stupid ?

  30. As I set the platter down I catch a glimpse of my reflection on the surface of the table. My skin seems darker because of the candlelight and I notice how good the haircut I got at Gio’s last Wednesday looks. I make myself another drink. I worry about the sodium level in the soy sauce.

  31. I pass by a mirror hung over the bar as I’m led to our table and check out my reflection—the mousse looks good.

  32. We all lean over and inspect David’s card and Price quietly says, “That’s really nice.”

  33. I’m wearing a tick-weave wool suit with a windowpane overplaid, a cotton shirt by Luciano Barbera, a tie by Luciano Barbera, shoes from Cole-Haan and nonprescription glasses by Bausch & Lomb.

  34. I've seen this dude's comments a couple times and every time he is confidently stating incorrect info (or claiming to know things which he cannot know) while being super condescending to everyone else.

  35. We all lean over and inspect David’s card and Price quietly says, “That’s really nice.”

  36. I think they discussed it either here or on BoardGameGeek. The only problem with 3D printing a die cutter die is the plastic isn't strong enough to cut the sheets. You need a hard, sharp metal. In Rachel's video she discusses the card cutting die.

  37. The maître d’ stops by to say hello to McDermott, then notices we don’t have our complimentary Bellinis, and runs off before any of us can stop him. I’m not sure how McDermott knows Alain so well—maybe Cecelia?—and it slightly pisses me off but I decide to even up the score a little bit by showing everyone my new business card. I pull it out of my gazelleskin wallet (Barney’s, $850) and slap it on the table, waiting for reactions.

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