English Bob: Well there's a dignity royalty. A majesty that precludes the likelihood of assassination. Now if you were to point a pistol at a king or a queen your hands would shakes as though palsied.
Barber: Oh I wouldn't point no pistol at nobody sir.
English Bob: Well that's a wise policy, as wise policy. But if you did. I can assure you, if you did, that the sight of royalty would cause you to dismiss all thoughts of bloodshed and you would stand... how shall I put it? In awe. Now, a president... well I mean... why not shoot the president.
English Bob is discussing the assassination of President Garfield with the barber. The barber gives Bob a strange look as he concludes his remarks. Bob laughs.