Cosmo: Pollution. Crime. Drugs, poverty, disease, hunger, despair–we throw gobs of money at them and problems only get worse. Why is that? Because money’s most powerful ability is to allow bad people to continue doing bad things at the expense of those who don’t have it.
Martin Bishop: I agree. Now who did you say you were working for?
Cosmo: Oh, that’s just my day job.

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