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124,004.  I worked in clubs.  You passed the hat.  The hat wouldn’t come back.  (Comedy & Club & Hat)  Comedy Legends s1e3: Joan Rivers, Sky Arts 2019 

 

 

29,935.  To be an Englishman is to belong to the most exclusive club there is.  (England & Club)  Ogden Nash, England Expects

 

 

35,812.  Well, we know what they want.  They want more for themselves and less for everybody else.  But I’ll tell you what they don’t want.  They don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking.  They don’t want well-informed well-educated people capable of critical thinking.  They’re not interested in that ... They don’t want people who are smart enough to sit around the kitchen table and figure out how badly they’re getting fucked by a system that threw them overboard thirty fucking years ago.  They don’t want that.  Do you know what they want?  They want obedient workers.  Obedient workers.  People who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork, and just dumb enough to passively accept all these increasingly shittier jobs with the lower pay, the longer hours, the reduced benefits, the end of overtime and the vanishing pension that disappears the minute you go to collect it.  And now they’re coming for your social security money.  They want your fucking retirement money.  They want it back so they can give it to their criminal friends on Wall Street.  And do you know something – they’ll get it.  They’ll get it all from you sooner or later ’cause they own this fucking place.  It’s a big club.  And you ain’t in it!  You and I are not in the big club!  By the way, it’s the same big club they use to beat you over the head with all day long when they tell you what to believe ... what to think and what to buy.  The table is tilted, folks.  The game is rigged.  And nobody seems to notice.  Nobody seems to care.  Good honest hard-working people …  and these are people of modest means – who continue to elect these rich cocksuckers who don’t give a fuck about them.  They don’t give a fuck about you.  They don’t give a fuck about you.  They don’t care about you.  At all.  At all.  At all.  (Dissent & Criticism & Control & Capitalism & Work & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Trade Union & United States of America & New World Order & Club & Money & Social Security & Class & Working Class & Rule & Oppression & Opposition & Equality & Rights)  George Carlin, Who Really Controls America

 

 

42,987.  Working men’s clubs had been inspired by the gentlemen’s clubs.  (Alcohol & Club)  The Rules of Drinking: Timeshift BBC 2012

 

42,988.  The working man would go home to have his tea with his family, and then off to the club.  (Alcohol & Club)  ibid.

 

 

44,487.  I sent the club a wire stating: Please accept my resignation.  I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member.  Groucho Marx, cited Groucho & Me 1959

 

 

44,488.  I have a mind to join a club and beat you over the head with it.  Groucho Marx

 

 

44,489.  Two cops came to see – a Captain and a Sergeant – and they said, Mr Russo, we’re sorry if you got hurt that night in the raid but we’re here to tell you if you want to keep the club open it’s going to take two thousand dollars a month ... They burnt me down.  (Club & Nightclub)  Aaron Russo, interview Alex Jones, the Electric Theatre Chicago

 

 

44,490.  The Heritage Club Founded 1776 With Liberty and Justice for All:  Members Only.  Trading Places 1983 starring Dan Aykroyd & Eddie Murphy & Jamie Lee Curtis & Denholm Elliott & Ralph Bellamy & Don Ameche & Paul Gleason & Kristin Holby & Frank Oz et al, director John Landis

 

 

44,497.  The world, as a rule, does not live on beaches and in country clubs.  F Scott Fitzgerald

 

 

44,498.  I didn’t want really to be involved in a normal soccer club.  Eric Cantona

 

 

74,672.  My club.  My club today.  (GBH Films & Mafia & Club)  Rob the Mob 2014 starring Michael Pitt & Andy Garcia & Nina Arianda & Ray Romano & Griffin Dunne & Michael Rispoli & Frank Whaley & Burt Young & Yul Vasquez & Samira Wiley & Bill Raymond & Adam Trese et al, director Raymond de Felitta, second robbery

 

 

74,979.  Welcome to my little Hell Fire Club.  (Gothic & Club)  Dorian Gray 2009 starring Ben Barnes & Colin Firth & Ben Chaplin & Rachel Hurd-Wood & Johnny Harris & Rebecca Hall & Emilia Fox & Fiona Shaw & Maryan d’Abo & Caroline Goodall et al, director Oliver Parker, Harry

 

 

83,649.  Oscar, Toby and I are founding members of the Finer Things Club.  (Office & Club)  The Office US: Branch Wars s4e10, Pam

 

83,650.  Besides having sex with men, I would say the Finer Things Club is the gayest thing about me.  (Office & Club)  ibid.  Oscar

 

83,651.  The Finer Things Club is the most exclusive club in this office.  Naturally, it’s where I need to be.  (Office & Club)  ibid.  Andy

 

 

83,827.  Andy:  Oh, there’s an inner circle.  Oh yeah.

 

Jim:  There is no inner circle.  Deangelo just prefers to delegate a few things to a few guys.

 

Kevin:  Jim only says that because he’s in the inner circle.  I also say that because I am also in the inner circle.  Did you get that, Ma?  Your boy, Kevin Malone, is IN the inner circle!  Which doesn’t exist.  (Office & Club)  The Office US: Inner Circle s7e24     

 

 

96,246.  The political infighting surrounding Brendan Ingle did not interfere with the development of the St Thomas Centre in Newman Road, Wincobank.  Its full title was The St Thomas School of Boxing – now changed to the St Thomas Club for Boys and Girls ...

 

Come into the hall and see for yourself.  There is no escaping its 1930 look, although work is constantly going on to improve facilities; a new shower here, an improved heating system there, all installed as the funds come to hand.  As you enter the hall, a plain construction, the eye is immediately drawn to the posters and newspaper cuttings on the walls, the ring at the far end.  One notice has been up since the opening: BOXING CAN DAMAGE YOUR HEALTH.  Punchbags are dotted all over the place, as are other pieces of training equipment.  Any night of the week or at the popular Sunday morning session you will find boxers of all colours, ages and shapes, going through the time-honoured poses – but there are very few poseurs.  Basic gear, basic facilities but an atmosphere beyond price.  It’s alive with hope where really there should be none, and alive with music to produce the caring, friendly atmosphere typical of its founder.  (Boxing & Atmosphere & Club)  Peter Markie, Club with a Health Warning     

 

 

96,247.  Lou Stillman, the grouchy, outspoken man who owned the place – and rarely appeared there without a loaded .38-calibre pistol beneath his suit jacket – presided over his gym on the first floor by announcing through a public address system which fighters were about to spar: ‘Now in Ring 1, Rocky Graziano.’  Journalist Harold Conrad recalls that Stillman was an entertaining master of ceremonies: ‘He would do all the introducing and announcing – and he had a pretty good routine.’  (Boxing & Club)  Ronald K Fried, Stillman's Gym

 

96,248.  Stillman sold his gym in 1959.  Facing the press, Stillman was less than nostalgic.  ‘There’s no more tough guys around, not enough slums,’ he told The New York Times which reported the closing of Stillman’s Gym on its front page.  (Boxing & Club)  ibid.

 

 

96,251.  But the designation on the exterior – ‘Joe Frazier’s Gym’ – is a good clue that this place is no candidate for the wrecker’s ball.  It is, in fact, a kind of boxing landmark, a gym where fighters have been training since 1968, when Cloverlay Inc bought the gym for him.  Smokin’ Joe used it well: he became the world champion and, on retiring in 1976 (there was a one-fight comeback, a draw against Jumbo Cummings, in 1981), bought the gym from Cloverlay for $75,000.  (Boxing & Club)  Phil Berger, The Basis of the Bloodline    

 

 

32,125.  Do you work in a strip club?  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Work & Club & Nightclub)  Prince Philip to female sea cadet

 

 

40,201.  I’d like to play for an Italian club, like Barcelona.  (Football & Club)  Mark Draper

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