Live from London, number crunchin'
This line has two meanings:
- Bronson performs in London and leaves the show with so much money that he has to solve complex calculations just to find how much money he actually earned.
- Not only is Bronson overseas all the time, but he is also talking about the advantage that the London Stock Exchange — tying in with “number crunchin'” — has compared to other major stock exchanges; When the LSE opens the Tokyo Stock Exchange is near closing, and when the LSE is wrapping up, the New York Stock Exchange is opening.
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