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'''Dean:''' Breaker, breaker 1-9, this is 67, the Midnight Rider. Looking for the 4-1-1 on my Alice in Wonderland.
:''Dean is speaking in the shorthand used by CB radio users. "Breaker, breaker 1-9" indicates Dean is about to broadcast on Channel 19 which is known as the trucker channel. "67, the Midnight Rider" is Dean's handle or name, referencing the year of the [[Impala]] 1967 and the song [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight_Rider "Midnight Rider"] by the Allman Brothers Band. "411" means information. “Alice in Wonderland” is someone who is lost."
Later we also hear:<br>
'''Felix:''' Breaker, breaker Midnight Rider, Felix the Cat here.
'''Donna:''' You sure? I mean, the Bible doesn't have much good to say about them. 'But the Pharisees and the lawyers rejected God’s purpose for themselves, not having been baptized by John.'
:''This quote [http://www.biblehub.com/luke/7-30.htm
is from the book of Luke 7:30] in the Christian New Testament.''
'''Sam:''' So you sell them people?<br>
'''Clegg:''' I sell them people other people won't miss. And because I do that, I save lives. If my customers didn't have me, then all those hungry, hungry hippos would be out there, huntin' and killin'. And you couldn't stop them. No one could. You should be thanking me.
:''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungry_Hungry_Hippos Hungry Hungry Hippos] is a table top game where players use plastic hippos to collect
- or "eat" - marbles.