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STAGE MANAGER: Thank you girls, thank you. Poor Cassie. She says it's dull for her, living in the World Golf Village....
STAGE MANAGER: That's her mom over there, talking on the phone. She's a nurse, works the night shift. Let's give a little listen.
CASSIE'S MOM: She walks through her house, phone in hand.... Oh, no, I wouldn't move. First of all, I love the house. I feel very safe here; it's very beautiful, the people are kind. Anyway, I couldn't get what I paid for my house. I spent $250,000 for it. Why would anybody pay me $250,000 for my house when they could buy the same house, but brand new, for the same money. Buying this house was probably the biggest financial mistake of....
STAGE MANAGER: You get the idea. Thank you for your candor, Ms. Fitzgerald, thanks very much indeed. In the interest of balance, let me introduce you to Mr. Jim Davidson, a developer of the World Golf Village, one of its founders, matter of fact.
JIM DAVIDSON: He walks through his office, phone in hand.... nine years of work before we even broke ground, and now it's bigger and better, literally, than we ever could have imagined it. Our signage, our entrance treatments, our lighting, our eight-foot-wide sidewalks, they're being copied all over North America. At eight feet, you can bike on 'em, you can walk on 'em as a family, you....
STAGE MANAGER: Thank you, Jim. We'll get back to you if we need you. Seven o'clock. Look at the dusk light. I ask you, Ever seen a more beautiful sky? Johnny Haire should be getting home about now. Took a slide from work—he's in pest control, a route supervisor—and caught himself a freezerful of sand trout and croaker today.
JOHNNY HAIRE: Got me a red bass, too.
STAGE MANAGER: How big?
JOHNNY HAIRE: Look at her, Pop! Twenty-seven inches.