The infamous “I drink your milkshake!” is, in part, a real quote. Paul Thomas Anderson found the metaphor in congressional transcripts from the 1920’s Teapot Dome scandal, in which New Mexico Republican Senator Albert Fall was convicted of accepting bribes for oil drilling rights to various lands. According to Anderson, “I think it was Albert Fall, who was asked to describe drainage before Congress. And his way of describing it was, ‘If you have a milkshake and I have a milkshake, and my straw reaches across the room …’ I’m sure I embellished it and changed it around and made it more Plainview. But Fall used the word milkshake, and I thought it was so great. It was mad to see that word among all this official testimony and terminology - a fucking milkshake. I get so happy every time I hear that word.”

The infamous “I drink your milkshake!” is, in part, a real quote. Paul Thomas Anderson found the metaphor in congressional transcripts from the 1920’s Teapot Dome scandal, in which New Mexico Republican Senator Albert Fall was convicted of accepting bribes for oil drilling rights to various lands. According to Anderson, “I think it was Albert Fall, who was asked to describe drainage before Congress. And his way of describing it was, ‘If you have a milkshake and I have a milkshake, and my straw reaches across the room …’ I’m sure I embellished it and changed it around and made it more Plainview. But Fall used the word milkshake, and I thought it was so great. It was mad to see that word among all this official testimony and terminology - a fucking milkshake. I get so happy every time I hear that word.”

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real american hero

real american hero

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naaaaw
shercock-sassycum:

I love how he is just stuffin’ his face while destroying this guy’s soul.

shercock-sassycum:

I love how he is just stuffin’ his face while destroying this guy’s soul.

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