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Vincent - Like they got a army and everything, but even though they're in Italy, it's called the Swiss Guard.
Jules - Did you say the Swiss Guard?
Vincent - Hey, I don't stutter.
Jules - Now, how come it ain't the Roman Guard?
Vincent - I don't know. Maybe it's got something to do with the metric system.
Jules - I don't know about that, but if I was in Rome and somebody told me the army was called the Swiss Guard, I'd ask some follow-up questions.
Vincent - Well, I ain't worried about it.
Jules - It ain't a matter of bein' worried about it, it's just a matter of makin' sense. See, there's a reason that countries all have different names. It's so people can tell where they are at any given time. Now, you go mixin' up armies or guards or whatever, then people are bound to get confused about where they are. Like, if I was to go to Poland, I damn sure wouldn't expect to see no German Guard there, you see what I'm saying?
Vincent - Maybe you would if you were there during World War II.
Jules - What's World War II got to do with anything?
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