Hector: Can you believe James? All evening, he tried to tell me how this country would be better if we had no social classes. He's out of his mind.
Sophia: He was just trying to get a rise out of you. We all know that the two of you don't see eye to eye.
Hector: He thinks that just because he comes from a working-class background, he can criticize anyone who is middle class or upper class. I just can't stand his holier-than- thou attitude.
Sophia: He knows you, and he knows which buttons to push to get you worked up. I don't think he was serious when he said he thought class warfare was a good idea.
Hector: Well, he was downright insulting. He talks as though we have no sense of social responsibility. We do our share for the poor. What more does he want from me?
海克特：嗯，他彻底冒犯我了。按照他的意思，我们就像毫无社会责任感似的 。我们为穷人做了不少事了 。他还想让我们怎么样？
Sophia: I think he has a chip on his shoulder, because his parents are blue collar and he now lives in a white-collar world. He feels he has to stand up for the marginalized people in our society.
Hector: Okay, but does that mean I have to allow him to insult me under my own roof?
Sophia: Of course not. Next week, we’re having dinner at their house.