Fisher-Price Office
 East Aurora, NY
 1954

Mr. Dillon: All right, people.  We need ideas pronto.   


Johnson: Sir, I have an idea that will change this company.


Mr. Dillon: I'm listening.


Johnson: It came to me in a dream last night, sir.  People are going to love it!


Mr. Dillon: Spit it out, Johnson!


Johnson: Right now, the most boring place for kids is the bathtub.


Mr. Dillon: Go on.


Johnson: My idea is a toy designed for the bathtub: a rubber duck.


Mr. Dillon: A toy duck? That sounds kind of…lame, Johnson.


Johnson: But it's a yellow rubber duck sir.


Mr. Dillon: I see.


Johnson: And it squeaks…


Mr. Dillon: Uh huh…

Johnson: And it… floats?


Mr. Dillon: Dammit, Johnson I need more!


Johnson (pauses): And if you try to sink it, it comes back up again!


Mr. Dillon (slamming the table): Goddammit Johnson that's why we keep you around. A floating, yellow, squeaking, rubber duck.  Johnson, you're a fucking genius.  We'll sell millions! 


Voice in the back of the room: What about a cube that's a puzzle?


Mr. Dillon: You're fucking fired, Rubik.