One of the first things you learn in military academy is never to tell a general when he has a chicken on his head.[on proper Axis Etiquette]
I’ve had victories and I’ve had losses. And I’ve learned that it’s the losses that require us to be brave.
I love you. But you will learn, it isn’t our precious virus that makes you. It isn’t who you kill or who you screw. It’s the heartbreaks. The bigger, the better. I know better than any of us.
A turn here, a turn there, and it goes on for years. Becomes something else. I’m sorry, you know, for the man I became, the father I was. I hope you got the strength to learn from that. And I hope you got no doubts how much I loved you, son. And you’re better than me. If I had been stronger, I would have been more like you. Hell, son, if everyone was stronger, they’d be more like you.