Garibaldi: What do you mean, a hundred credits?
Mailman: I mean, more than ninety nine, less than a hundred and one. What, you got a hearing problem, or a math problem? Look, I can't get into conceptual arguments with you, I've got people waiting.
Garibaldi: That's three times the delivery charge for package this size.
Mailman: That was before we had a revolution around here. Now, in my little corner of Earth Force, the mail still gets delivered. If I've got to use trapdoors, alien transports and back channels to get the mail in and out of here, then that's what I'll do, because that's my job. Neither rain, nor snow, nor meteors, nor alien invasion nor ..
Garibaldi: Look, this is extortion.
Mailman: It's business. You see, when my costs go up, I have to pass that along to the consumer. That's... that's you. Just in case that's another one of those concepts you got a problem with.