Gibbs' banter with the press usually teetered somewhere between antagonistic and playful—when not managing to be both at once.
Gibbs said the decision was part of what he called a “routine” review of such clearances.
“We could take him to the gym and drop a weight on his head,” Gibbs allegedly told Morlock.
Gibbs knows the people in the pressroom are posturing before they raise their hands.
Doyle also pressed Gibbs for the name of the person at HASC who raised questions about his article.
In all, a financial tribute of thirty-seven pounds three and fourpence was paid to the memory of the late Mr. Gibbs.
It is a little startling to read some more that Mr. Gibbs has to say.
He took her, Gibbs following, to a small reception room, where they could be by themselves.
I see Crockett and Gibbs, two of the committee, with the fellows.
This thing, said Gibbs the discoverer, is made out in the name of Richard Jones!