Originally posted by Captain Katanga
In the scene in LC before 'Fedora' puts his hat on young Indy he says, "You lost today kid, but it doesn't mean you have to like it". Does that line make any sense?
It is a manly way of saying, "You played against the varsity today, did credibly, and I know how you feel. If I was more given to being in touch with my emotions I would have given you a hug rather than a hat."
See tough guys cannot really express sympathy. They can however hand over hats or perhaps punch you in the shoulder.
He spoke to him as an equal and gave him a conciliation prize.
[Edited by Broomhandle Davis on 07-08-2002 at 09:58 AM]