How many times do you think Google's coitus king Eric Schmidt has ominously said "It's our money now"? At least once! And it was to Bob Woodward.

From a TIME Q&A:

Eric Schmidt, who was CEO of Google at the time, was [at my home] for dinner with my wife [Elsa Walsh]. And we had known Schmidt for some time. I said to him, ‘It’s going to be on your tombstone: “I killed newspapers.”’ And he said, ‘No, I love newspapers.’ And I said, ‘But you’re taking all of our money!’ And he said, like a good CEO, ‘It’s our money now.’

Funny stuff. At least they were [at his home] and not [somewhere else].

[h/t Heidi Moore]