Pull out your euphemism glossaries, folks, because we've got a Viagra story for you. Former Pfizer salesman Jamie Reidy is close to making a deal to adapt his book Hard Sell into a movie. The book took a look (I've been reading a lot of Dr. Seuss, can you tell?) at Reidy's life as a real-life Wally within the drug giant's sales force. Although, I always get suspicious when someone claims, as Reidy does, that he is "on the verge" of the deal. That phrasology translates in my mind as "I don't actually have anything lined up but I'm hoping that some shameless self-promotion will generate interest" to me. Then again I'm pessimistic by nature. Anyway, if the movie does get made the possibilities for review headlines are endless.  "Hard Sell not hard to avoid." "Do not see Hard Sell if you have a heart condition." Any others?
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