Richard Lloyd: I have an aura. You move me from place to place like the blocks of a pyramid.
James Lee Burke: If this is an honorable cause, then shouldn’t all of us participate in it?
Lloyd: [Irritated] If I told you, it wouldn’t be a surprise.
Burke: I’ve been stealing from antiquity.
Lloyd: That’s a bit underhanded.
Burke: Well, how bad does it have to get before it gets bad?
Lloyd: I’m a great believer in a kind of magical power that we have.
Burke: [Laughs] We have to believe it.
Lloyd: I've got like 400 pages of vignettes. France should send me a thank-you note.
Burke: It works every time, and the theft of funds is just enormous.
Lloyd: [Voice shifting into high-pitched tone of resignation] I need additional income.
Burke: Then over the sand dunes comes this truck, with the lifeguards on it and the paramedics and the guy in the yellow bikini.
Lloyd: But the thing is, you have to pick your battles.
Burke: A friend of mine who was a seminarian said something I’ve never heard anyone else express.