Jacobson: This is what they reported. This is all from the commission report.
Slate: Right, but in the way that you drew it, because you show Clinton speaking these words, it seems to give his story more weight.
Colón: That wasn't intentional. Anything that was in a balloon, which actually means that it's a quote, is directly from the commission report.
Jacobson: Oh, yeah, we didn't create any of those. Any dialogue for a prominent person—anyone in the administration, anyone in previous administrations—were exact quotes.
Slate: How many decades put together have you been working in this industry?
Colón: Let's see, I've been at it—
Jacobson: He has counted them.
Colón: —I've been at it for over 45 years.
Jacobson: I think it would have been a good idea.
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