Howard Kurtz examines the nasty narratives, pitting Mr. Ineffectual against Mr. moneybags.
So in this telling, Mr. Ineffectual is running against Mr. moneybags.
Left alone with Mr. moneybags he says to him: 'Five hundred roubles, if you please!'
Crabtree scowls; moneybags pooh-poohs; but Nature is too strong for them, and the children play on.
Mr. moneybags in the front pew has got a strangle hold on the parson.
And they used another argument, one which experience told them would prove convincing: they jingled their moneybags.
They are accessible only in their moneybags, and rather than risk a riot they would vote for the destruction of Moloch's temple.
Christian pocketed the moneybags, promised the greatest carefulness, and set out on his way.
"Okay, Mr. moneybags," said the young official as the captain left.
You really want to talk with me because you regret that my sermon was interrupted by Mr. moneybags.