meetingnoun

  • ja集会、会議、大会
  • enan assembly or coming together of people, usually for a specific purpose

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I get up early. I go to bed early, I get up early.
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I like to putter in the mornings.
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I like to read the newspaper. I like to have coffee.
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I like to have breakfast with my kids before they go to school.
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So I have my kind of— Puttering time is very important to me.
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And so that's why I set my first meeting for 10:00.
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I like to do my high IQ meetings before lunch.
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Like, anything that's gonna be really mentally challenging, that's a 10:00 meeting.
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'Cause by 5PM, I'm like, "I can't think about that today.
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Let's try this again tomorrow at 10 AM."
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Do we add a velvet-voiced drunkard to our caroling group?
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Or do we lose miserably like a bunch of miserable losers?
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I say we do it, and I'm the boss.
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Therefore, meeting adjourned.
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I can't believe you're even considering this, Captain.
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The guy's a criminal!
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Barely.
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It was public intoxication.
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All he did was pee on a couple of snowmen.
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And 1 regular man.
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I hate meetings.
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Nobody likes meetings, except the people who bring the donuts
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and the people who love to talk about their kids!
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Because when you sit in a meeting, you waste half the meeting.
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"So how was your weekend? How's your day?
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Why didn't they get the right kind of donuts?
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I'm tired of donuts. We should get cupcakes."
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All this nonsense that has nothing to do with getting the job done.
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I'll see your situation and I'll raise you a situation.
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Your company is losing clients left and right.
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You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
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And you are going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
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So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
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So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
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I think I just have to wait out you.
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Hey, she's a girl.
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No girls allowed at Train Club meetings.
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Come on, let her stay.
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She's cool.
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Yeah, bringing the number of cool people in this room to one.
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Mr. Bing's office.
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No, I'm sorry.
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He's in a meeting right now.
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I'm not in a meeting.
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I'm right...
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Will he know what this is in reference to?
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And he has your number?
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Alright, I'll see that he gets the message.
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Bye-bye.
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What?
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Ross says hi.
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Ah.
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I'm here!
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I'm here, I'm here.
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You can start the meeting now.
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The meeting is over, you're late.
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You missed roll call and the tutorial on using the new copiers.
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Six years, and no matter how hard I try, I still can't get you to understand the importance of being punctual.
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Maybe you should just give up and accept me for who I am?
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No, I will break you.
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- Right now. - Oh.
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Got a little client meeting at Shanny O'Gannigan's tonight.
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It shouldn't go all night long.
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So if you'd like me to, I could swing by your house so the baby can experience a strong male presence.
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No?
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Nothing?
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Okay.
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Have fun working.
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You're on a body now giving advice to a guy —
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- who has said he doesn't really believe in climate change, - Who?
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and there's a lot of people out there who kinda think you shouldn't be doing that.
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They'd like you to walk away from that.
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What would you say to them?
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Well, I think that first of all,
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I'm just on 2 advisory councils where the format consists of going around the room
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and asking people's opinion on things,
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and so there's like a meeting every month or 2.
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That's the sum total of my contribution.
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Google's vision of the web is this kind of structured algorithmic thing that they're the hub for.
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Facebook wants to take their social view of the web and be the hub for it.
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And those 2 are gonna increasingly butt heads,
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and Google is probably back there now kind of having a meeting in a war room
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somewhere talking about this.
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And when you look at the reaction to the recent Fed rate hike, what did you learn from that?
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Sure.
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Well, it's very interesting that since the meeting,
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I mean, basically, long-term interest rates have gone straight down.
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And, ultimately, what kills an economic expansion is not old age,
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but it's the Fed getting involved and raising interest rates too much
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and knocking some kind of a delicate situation over into recession.
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It's literally called The Carnival of Doom.
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Maybe it's a coincidence?
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I went there before this meeting to check it out.
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It is just like I imagined it.
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And I Googled The Carnival of Doom.
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- Ditto. - Yeah, same.
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Okay, we all did, we're not dumb.
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But the point is The Carnival of Doom has no social media presence.
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Nothing at all, no website, no Wikipedia.
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Nothing, nada, zip!
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All right, when you have a meeting, are you early, on time, or late?
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- Always on time if not early. - Yeah.
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- I'm early. - Yeah.
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I'm early.
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I'm earlier.
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- Well, I don't know about that. - Yeah.