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BLAKE (to Levene): And your name is “you’re wanting.”

Fact-check: Inaccurate. The line is, “And your name is your Wanting.” He’s not implying that anyone’s name is “you are wanting,” as that makes no sense and is not a good zinger, which incidentally comprise Blake’s priorities, in reverse-order. Blake is referring to Moss’s envy and excuses, his lack of killer instinct and skill as a salesman. Or, in the parlance of not really anybody anymore, his “wanting”. “Your”, not “you’re”. INACCURATE.

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