Бустрофедон (bustrofedon) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Dilbert phrase

Hello! English is not my first language, and I have some trouble in understanding fast speech sometimes. Can anyone tell me what does Dilbert say in this short clip "Software License":

http://www.babelgum.com/browser.php#play/SEARCH_SIMILAR,clipID:3016998,includeClip:true,order:MOST_RELEVANT/0,3016998

I was able to decipher the following:

"Aahhh... Software License... 'By opening this package you agree you will not make copies or export to this bodignation(?) and you will submit the script searches in your home...'"
"Yeah, right..."
"Frankly, both of us would've been happier if you had just walked away..."

Obviously I didn't recognize the first sentence correctly. Could you possibly help me with it?

And a more stupid question: what is the jest of this joke here? Who is that woman and what is she going to do?

Thanks!
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