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You are free to work on that... (18.20)

Dollar Bill: How the fuck could Taylor just do this unilaterally?

Bobby: There was a co-conspirator.

Orrin: A co-signer anyway. Mafee.

Dollar Bill: I am gonna grind his bones to make my bread.

Bobby: You are free to work on that. Meanwhile, I gotta put moonlight between me and Victor.

Orrin: The deal is ironclad. This thing can be prosecuted. And will be. It's a Darrell Dunkenstein Griffith slam dunk.

A line from Fe Fi Fo Fum, a historical quatrain (or sometimes couplet) famous for its use in the classic English fairy tale "Jack and the Beanstalk". The poem, as given in Joseph Jacobs' 1890 rendition, is as follows:

I smell the blood of an Englishman,
Be he alive, or be he dead
I'll grind his bones to make my bread.

Though the rhyme is tetrametric, it follows no consistent metrical foot; however, the respective verses correspond roughly to monosyllabic tetrameter, dactylic tetrameter, trochaic tetrameter, and iambic tetrameter. The poem has historically made use of assonant half rhyme.

Darrell Steven Griffith (born June 16, 1958), also known by his nickname Dr. Dunkenstein, is an American former basketball player who spent his entire professional career with the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association.