What Does A 'Nice' Conversation With Carl Icahn Look Like?

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Only Tim Cook can say but early guesses include:

a. He doesn't call you a "crying little Jewish boy"
b. He doesn't liken you to the kids he used to beat up in Queens
c. He doesn't refer to you as "This [your name here] guy"
d. He doesn't tell you he's never coming on your show again
e. He doesn't bring up Max Mayer
f. He doesn't let you know he "...wouldn’t invest with you if you were the last man on earth
g. He doesn't tell you he was told he can say whatever he "god damn wants to say"

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