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Harry: Yeah, it's great, I was just walking by and I thought it was you and there it is, it's you! Harry: I work with a small firm and we do political consulting.
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Harry: I miss you already, huh, I miss you already. (Harry climbs to reach for something at the back-seat) Sally: There's a...there's a map on the huh... (Harry spits pits out but the window was shut) Harry: I'll roll down the window. Sally: The story of my life isn't even going to get us out of Chicago I mean nothing's happened to me yet.
Harry: Sure you do, a fleeting thought that jumps in and out of the transient of your mind. Sally: And you think that makes you a better person. Harry: Than live with the man you've had the greatest sex of you life with, and just because he owns a bar and that is all he does. And so had any woman in her right mind, woman are very practical, even Ingrid Bergman which is why she gets on the plane at the end of the movie.
Sally: It just so happens that I have had plenty of good sex. Sally realises what she had done, walks carefully with a tilted head towards the table.) Harry: With whom?