Seen the movie? Here's the synopsis and if you haven't seen, please do, cause I think it fits: Robin Williams shakes up 1965 Saigon in the role the critics agree he was born to play - irreverent, non-conformist deejay Adrian Cronauer. Imported by the army for an early a.m. radio show, Cronauer blasts the formerly staid, sanitized airways with a constant barrage of rapid-fire humour and the hippiest tunes from back home. The G.I.s love him - but the top brass is outraged!
Sometimes I feel abit like Adrian (Aaaadrrrriiiiaaaaannnnnn! - but that's another movie). The 'old system' hates deviating from what's 'normal' but there's a tremendous cry from those in the trenches that scream, "Please, keep going, we need this!" When Adrian is about to call it quits, we runs into a bunch of troops stuck on the road and he sees their faces and through a series of funny interactions he realizes that no matter what the status-quo says, he must keep going, he must keep doing what he's doing because it's touching so many lives that otherwise would not be touched.
See the movie in the light of what we are in now... "You'll laugh, you'll cry, it'll move you." :-)