Brewster's Millions (1985): Spending More Money

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The clip spending more money from Brewster's Millions (1985) Spike, you know what I'd like you to do? Chok...
The clip spending more money from Brewster's Millions (1985) Spike, you know what I'd like you to do? Choke this guy. Come on, asshole. I'll give you a line on anything. Baseball, basketball, football, ponies. Come on with me. I gotta get my messages. My name is Dr Jason. I'd like to draw your attention to this area here. This is the Arabian desert. It is as dry as a bone. Ice water can cost you as much as $5 a glass. This is the North Pole. It's an ice floe. Floating throughout this region are many icebergs, and nobody owns them. They're PDls public domain icebergs. I think you're beginning to recognise how simple this idea is. Now. I would like to go there and select a good-size iceberg,... ..dig out a chamber from its rear,... ..drop in two 20,000-horsepower diesel engines,... ..and sail Brewster's Berg Number One to Mecca. What do you think, sir? I don't know what to think. Hello. Yes? What? It went up? Well, sell it. Don't sell it. You buy when it's like that. Great idea. What's your name? Luther. I want to bet on every long shot in every race, over 50-1, this week at Aqueduct. For the week? Yeah, I can cover it. How much would it take to do this? Oh, no. It melts and he knows it. We would experience a loss of only 18% on the entire trip. Hey! Think of what that means to all those thirsty Arab farmers. What thirsty Arab farmers? There aren't any. There's no farmers in the desert, Monty! Well, I think that's unfair. "Loyola vs Notre Dame?" In a field-hockey game? This is fabulous! You went to Loyola. You gotta be kidding. I wanna bet $50,000 that Loyola wins. $50,000 on Loyola over Notre Dame and $5,000 on every long shot for the week. You are down. It's field hockey! If I gave you $1 million for this, would that be enough? $1 million. That would be great, sir.