paul and walter (4) we can ride it out
WALTER: I've worked for the family for over 35 years. I'm like a son to them. They're there for me, they wouldn't kick me .
PAUL: Still, there's obviously something's that's troubling you. What are you thinking about right now?
WALTER: Oh, that's right. You're the fellow who wants me to say whatever .
PAUL: Well, , I don't have enough information to go on.
WALTER: Ok. The Donaldsons had a son, James. We were in the war together, helping people who were us. Those ingrates. It just thinking about it.
PAUL: Isn't it always like that? In a war, I mean.
WALTER: I guess so. It's kind of disappointing. Anyway, when James and I got back to the States, I and he brought me into the company. If I'd him as much over here as we did for each other over there, he might still be around.
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PAUL: He's not anymore? What happened to him?
WALTER: He drove too fast. He was in an accident.
PAUL: he died, in a car crash? You couldn't really have prevented that, could you?
WALTER: I guess not. But it still broke my heart.
PAUL: But you're suggesting that his death actually between you and James' family.
WALTER: It did, . They knew I'd done right by James. I wasn't to happened to him. And it taught me a lot, too. You see a family go through a loss like that, you know they can handle a crisis where no one's life .
PAUL: That's good to know, very reassuring. It sounds to me like you're going to . But having said that, the crisis is on all of you as we speak.
WALTER: It's not that big a deal. It will before you know it. These things always do. We just have to wait it out.