Quotes from the Movie The Guardian

Ya know, there never was anyone else Mag's.

Ben Randall

When the heck did we get old?

Ben Randall

Your wife left you. Your best friend is dead. You sound like a damn country song. If you had a dog, he'd be run over by now.

Maggie McGlone

Like hell, Ben, you're a bigamist. You've been married to the coast guard all along. Now gimme that shoulder. Prolly swollen out of socket tryin to prove you was still nineteen.

Maggie McGlone

Like hell, Ben, you're a bigamist. You've been married to the coast guard all along. Now gimme that shoulder. Prolly swollen out of socket tryin to prove you was still nineteen.

Maggie McGlone

Hell, I've always been old Ben. Ya' know what though, I don't mind. I mean if my muscles ache, it's because I've used 'em. It's hard for me to walk up them steps now, its 'cuz I walked up 'em every night to lay next to a man who loved me. I got a few wrinkles here and there, but I've layed under thousands of skies with sunny days. I look and feel this way, well cuz I drank and I smoked. I lived and I loved, danced, sang, sweat and screwed my way thorough a pretty damn good life if you ask me. Getting old ain't bad Ben. Getting old, that's earned. Retrieved from "http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/The_Guardian"

Maggie McGlone

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