|Hi, does 'you of anyone' mean the same as 'you of all people'? Does X of any ... always mean the same as X of all ... when used like the below, this time of any ones, this place of any ones, etc.?|
Sarah: You can't make these decisions without consulting me.
Johnny: He asked me for help, Sarah.
Johnny: It's the kind of help that Walt would have given him.
Sarah: Johnny, you of anyone, should know that nothing good ever happens here.
('Big Top,' Dead Zone)