Malone's Cones
From The Office

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00:00 - 03:31
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Kevin asks Oscar questions about how he can use the money received from a loan, and Oscar states that it would be fraud if he didn't use it for the stated purpose. Kevin visits the bank to get a loan for his ice cream store, but he is turned down because his business plan is not convincing.

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