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FOOD SERVICES | Staff Reporter, Australia
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Grill'd owner wants to resolve the dispute with Paul Hogan over a burger

Simon Crowe suggests that Hogan come to one of his restaurants and sit down over a burger to resolve the matter.

According to Sydney Morning Herald, the owner of burger chain is bemused by the fact that entertainment legend Paul Hogan is suing him for using a version of the classic line, "That's not a knife, THAT's a knife". Crowe believes the line from the 30-year-old movie is now so famous that it's become part of the language.

He added, "These things enter the public domain and they're part of the Australian vernacular. I don't know why he's doing it."

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