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It's a line from the 1987 film RoboCop. Spoken by an executive of a weapons manufacturer immediately following the death of his colleague at a failed demo of their new mechanized law enforcement robot. The character exemplifies the callous, dog-eat-dog mentality popular amongst business execs in the 80’s. It borders on sociopathic — similar to the nature in which Patrick Bateman speaks in American Psycho.
Cox: Too bad about Kinney, huh?
(Kinney shot to death by mech minutes ago)
Morton: *shrug* That's life in the big city.
by Proto Following Chomo January 23, 2021
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