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There is certainly some deep meaning behind this guy's words. If he were ever to ask someone to borrow a cup of sugar, he was probably actually insinuating that totalitarian dictatorships are dangerous. We're not quite sure how to make that connection in this particular case, but... we're sure it's in there somehow.

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