I just saw this tweet from my friend, the Rush of Madison on WIBA, Vicki McKenna:
The new Top Gun had better be teeming with toxic masculinity or I’m not watching. https://t.co/e5zmuRftH0
— Vicki McKenna (@VickiMcKenna) July 19, 2019
A smarter radio commentatrix is not to be found.
So, I admit. I look forward to the new Top Gun, even though I am deeply suspicious of these sorts of things.
How many sequels live up to the originals?
I read that some people think that the movie caves into the ChiComs because the original patches on Maverick’s jacket were changed: no more Taiwan. Fluctus in simpulo?
I can in no way take credit for this, but an informed source points out that Maverick earned the Silver Star, probably for his gallantry and intrepidity in the face of enemy action in the last movie, which reflected great credit upon himself and was in keeping … You get it. pic.twitter.com/j4Ea63ubRO
— David B. Larter (@DavidLarter) July 19, 2019
Full Dress Blue with large medals. One wonders about what sort of ceremony this is. Official visit? Change of command?
BTW.. “Maverick”, great call sign, no?