Moments ago a couple of bruisers from marketing showed up. They're a bit clumsy, they told me. Sometimes they break things--and with that, a pair of scissors they carried accidentally ripped through a priceless velvet Elvis (the one with a tear rolling down his cheek).
Joke's on them: I was already working on this week's pitch for Hot off the Grill, our weekly email newsletter, and the portrait belongs to Schutze, I think.
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