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Subject: The Unequal Rules of the Anti-Trump Blame Game
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Subject: The Unequal Rules of the Anti-Trump Blame Game
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:07:13 -0000 (UTC)
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In a memorable scene from the 1986 blockbuster Crocodile Dundee, Paul 
Hogan and his reporter girlfriend are taking a nighttime "walkabout" in 
Manhattan when a thug suddenly steps from the shadow and demands their 
money.  Warned that the intruder is brandishing a knife, the cool-as-a-
cucumber Dundee says, in his broad Australian accent, "That's nawt a 
nyfe!"  Then, whipping out his own larger, sharper one, he states, 
"That's a nyfe!"

His quip got a big laugh from the audience