That’s not how it works, it’s different, the men are arranged around a table, it’s judgement day and the news is not as expected, a twit found the funding and made a movie about the commencement of the Vietnam war, it’s released the same day as the men with canes and worn walks have to attend a special hearing of the heavenly commission, the life they lived is being weighed up. On account of the authority they yielded, they are seen as high value persons.
Everyone is treated the same, whether your a made man or not!, Tony adds with a half smile, and points at each one of them; you all had a hand in this man made mess, so what do you have to say for yourselves. An old man opens his mouth when his dentures fall out, his jaw continues shaking as he tries to put the dentures back in. The old geezer sitting next to him says “why don’t you try super glue, that way they’ll never fall out!”
This is serious says big Tony, there is only so much; a room load outside awaits the decision, the minions of these once powerful men.
So what have you to say about yourselves?
Old Alfred turns to George, “I told you we should never have got rid of Kennedy!”
What’s Kennedy got to do with this asks Tony, who is the Heavenly district attorney, he senses an even bigger scalp.
“Kennedy, a peace loving Irish dumb ass, what does he know about business except for his Father who bought it for him!”