Beautiful Dialogue from Clint Eastwoods "A Perfect World"
Sally Gerber:The idea is that an understanding of the particular behavioral case histories should, in parole situations, help the subject to avoid habitual traps and, in penal escape situations could, conversely, identify those self-same traps as an aid to apprehension.
Chief Red Garnett:In the first place, Miss Gerber.
Sally Gerber:Sally, please.
Chief Red Garnett:In the first place, Sally, it ain't a 'penal escape situation.' It's a manhunt. Fancy words in a circle don't help much.
Sally Gerber:And what does?
Chief Red Garnett:A nose like a Blue Tick, a medulla with an antenna and a helluva lot of coffee.