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Bell Curve



A clause you drafted resolves a dispute between Capulet, Corp. and Montague, Inc., but your senior attorney takes the credit. On your way home, three weird ladies give you a tattered copy of Macbeth to read for advice on how to reach the top.


The tax work that you did for Orcrest Toothpaste saves the company more than in any fiscal year. When asked how you discovered such a huge deduction due to paper clip loss, you laugh and say it had nothing to do with the 1:8 scale paperclip Eiffel tower in your backyard.


You made partner and jet set from major capital to major capital to negotiate contract terms with your clients' business partners...right after this caviar.


With the money you made defending Sixth Seal Oil from hostile corporate takeovers, you buy your own amusement park, featuring a stadium to stage your own Pokémon battles. Caught 'em all.