Harper : Children don't drink wine.
Ben : In France and other countries, children drink small amounts of wine all the time. It's a digestive. It's not crack.
Nai : What's crack?
Ben : Crack is a crystallized, highly addictive derivative of the stimulant cocaine. In the mid-1980s, it accelerated the decimation of inner-city neighborhoods. Crackheads, some of them kids just like you guys, were killing each other over nothing, over their Nikes.
Nai : They killed each other for Nike? The Greek winged-goddess of victory?
Ben : Go talk to them. We got time.
Bo : Ask her what she thinks of the working people creating an armed revolution against the exploiting classes and their state structures?
Ben : Well, Marxists can be just as genocidal as capitalists.
Bo : Or weather or not she's a dialectical materialist and accords primacy to the class struggle?
Ben : Avoid Marxism. Or telling her you're a Trotskyite.
Bo : Trotskyist. Only a Stalinist would call a Trotskyist a Trotskyite. And I'm not a Trotskyist anymore. I'm a Maoist.
Ben : Right. I forgot, sorry.