DANNY BRUCE: The red haired,potantastic red haire,who do you see being the most dominant in your lifetime?
JOHNNY DORGAN: I think the answer would be, I mean, my wife and I are both very lucky, very lucky to have been born into this country.
The great majority of us are born into our families and that’s not to say we don’t have a couple of other family members or kids that are not lucky.
So, you know, we just hope to be blessed with a great life and be able to help our families do the best that they can for our country.
And it’s so rewarding.
And, you have to appreciate, there’s always more opportunity, and I mean that’s just how it goes.
But, you are fortunate.
DANY BRUCHES: It’s just not the same as when you were born and raised.
It’s different, but it’s also the same.
You’re born to a family, you’re born with a set of circumstances, and the only way you can get to that set of circumstance is to make a big mistake.
You have to make some hard choices, make a huge mistake, and then you’re gonna have to deal with it.
And you have a lot of choices to make.
But you’re not a kid anymore, are you?
You’re an adult.
JOHNSON: Well, yeah, it’s just different.
I mean there’s no doubt about that.
You know, it doesn’t feel the same when I was a kid.
You can’t do a big thing, you can’t get the money, you’ve got to make sacrifices, you got to do the things that are hard.
And that’s all you can do.
And then, when I’m older, and when I think about what I’ve been able to accomplish and what I’m able to do now, you’ll have to be patient and wait, because there’s a lot to do, a lot more opportunities.
But it doesn ‘t feel the way it did when I got here.
BRU CHESTER: You just kind of have to keep going and keep going, keep on.
You got to keep on believing that you can make it.
You gotta believe in yourself.
DANIEL: I know that, too.
BRYAN: I do.
JOE DERRICK: You gotta keep believing in yourself, and you gotta believe that you’re worth it, and it’s not about what other people are doing.
It ‘s about what you believe.
And when you get up every day and do what you want to do and you get to know people, you gotta do it because that’s what you love to do.
You don ‘ t want to be like, oh, well, you should just keep doing what you’re doing.
You need to get the respect.
You ‘re going to get your way.
And so, it ‘s all about your work.
And I feel like when you put the work in, you get it done.
You get it all.
And if you’re honest, it will get done.
DANS: And you know what, Dan, I’m happy that you’ve been doing that.
And now I’m just so proud of you and your hard work.
BRADY DANLEY: Thank you.
And we love you.
I wish you the best.
DANA CROCKER: Thanks for having us, Dana. Dans.