MILITARY POLICEMAN: Your computers are ready.
MARK: Wait. What? They are?
MILITARY POLICEMAN: We’ve set you up in a room right down the hall. Network access and everything.
MARK: It’s been two weeks!
MILITARY POLICEMAN: We apologize for the delay.
MARK: No, no, no you don’t understand. It’s only been two weeks!
MAX: What Mark is trying to say is that two weeks seems like a remarkable turnaround time.
MARK: You guys remember when we tried to requisition a printer for that missile system documentation in ’96?
MAX: Oh yeah! We had to send in a printed justification of why we needed to print out documentation for our project.
DOC: Only we didn’t have a printer, so we had to borrow the printer the guys in the anti-missile system project down the hall were using.
SALLY: …but they approved your request, right?
MARK: No, we were “using unassigned government equipment in an unauthorized manner.”
DOC: Fortunately they decided not to shoot us.