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Quote of the Day: Born on the Fourth of July

Mrs. Kovic: [enters the room, beaming] Ronnie, Ronnie, you’re doing the right thing! Communism has to be stopped! It’s God’s will that you go, and I’m proud of you.

[gently pats his shoulder]

Mrs. Kovic: Just be careful, that’s all.

[pause]

Ron Kovic: Don’t you know what it means to me to be a Marine, Dad? Ever since I was a kid I’ve wanted this – I’ve wanted to serve my country – and I want to go. I want to go to Vietnam – and I’ll die there if I have to.

Happy 56th birthday to Tom Cruise!!!

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Quote of the Day: Born On the Fourth of July

Mrs. Kovic: [enters the room, beaming] Ronnie, Ronnie, you’re doing the right thing! Communism has to be stopped! It’s God’s will that you go, and I’m proud of you.
[gently pats his shoulder]
Mrs. Kovic: Just be careful, that’s all.
[pause]
Ron Kovic: Don’t you know what it means to me to be a Marine, Dad? Ever since I was a kid I’ve wanted this – I’ve wanted to serve my country – and I want to go. I want to go to Vietnam – and I’ll die there if I have to.

Happy 55th birthday to Tom Cruise!!!

 

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Quote of the Day: Top Gun

Maverick: [spots Charlie for the first time] She’s lost that loving feeling.
Goose: She’s lo… No she hasn’t.
Maverick: Yes, she has.
Goose: She’s not lost that lo…
Maverick: Goose, she’s lost it, man.
Goose: Come on!
Goose: [to himself] Aw sh… I hate it when she does that.

Daily Trivia – 4/20/12

Question: What big-screen whodunit was promoted with the line: “It’s not just a game anymore”?


Last Question: What Brat Packer served as best man when Tom Cruise got hitched to Mimi Rogers?

Answer: Emilio Estevez

Emilio Estevez was the best man for The Outsiders co-star Tom Cruise when Cruise married actress Mimi Rogers on May 9, 1987. Cruise and Rogers were divorced on February 4, 1990. They weren’t together very log. But they were together long enough for Rogers to introduce Cruise to Scientology.