The “American Dream” is clear. It’s catching something from a t-shirt cannon. …What exactly is the “Indian Dream”? Is it just the concept of upward mobility?
Yeah, you know, the truth is that when you hear about this – whether it’s the Indian Dream or the Chinese Dream – they’re all really just the American Dream. The American Dream was the idea that you will do better than your parents.
We franchised it!
But it is like a supernova. Just as it’s catching on everywhere else, it’s imploding here at home.
[laughing] …Why does every analogy you use have to be so appallingly negative?
This is HBO, isn’t it?
We’re testing the limits.
That’s right…it’s not TV. It’s appallingly negative.#It's not TV it's HBO GO #It's not TV it's YouTube #It's not TV it's BitTorrent
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Mass Noun: noun with the syntactic property that any quantity of it is treated as an undifferentiated unit. In English, they cannot be directly modified by a numeral without specifying units (e.g., 500 pounds of kindling).
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