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Cora changed the tune made by Sophie and Alex, so Sophie didn't like it and Alex convincing Sophie for not to interrupt Cora's decision. Colin is Cora's friend.

Because behind all her Buddhism-in-a-thong philosophy what she cares about is seats filled and units sold. Nothing's gonna make her your pal any more than years with Colin made him mine.

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The key to understand this is understanding what mine means. The sentence is made up of two clauses. The first clause is

Nothing's gonna make her your pal

The second clause is

any more than years with Colin made him mine.

You can now see that mine in the second clause corresponds to your pal in the first, so mine is possessive pronoun which stands in for my pal.

So the second clause really means

any more than years with Colin made him my pal.

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Nothing's gonna make her your pal any more than years with Colin made him mine.

means

Nothing's gonna make her your pal any more than years with Colin made him my pal.

The use of "mine" repeats the previous idea, but applied to "me".

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