So you’ve probably seen the name Tom Cruise (#11 FCAL) in the headlines lately.  He apparently had a meltdown onset, as some of his crew on the latest “Mission Impossible” movie stood too close to one another, breaking onset Covid rules.  Tom’s rant, which can actually be heard online, is quite long, and provides an interesting perspective into the mind of a fiery #11 whose values have been stepped on.

“I’m on the phone with every $%# studio at night, insurance companies, producers, and they’re looking at us and using us to make their movies. We are creating thousands of jobs you $#%$!”  Cruise continues on by screaming, “That’s it! No apologies. You can tell it to the people that are losing their $#%& homes because our industry is shut down. It’s not going to put food on their table or pay for their college education!”  After going on for some time, Cruise calms down a bit and states, “All the way down the line. And I care about you guys, but if you’re not going to help me you’re gone. OK? Do you see that stick? How many metres is that?”

Tom kinda sounds like a school teacher giving a math lesson, doesn’t he?  No surprise there, him being the “Educator” FCAL.  Now remember, we’ve written extensively in articles past how Mr. Cruise is not your “typical” #11.  To be brief, Tom is both dyslexic and left handed, which makes for a Left brain dominant individual to be much more Right brain in nature and persona (remember this is a short summary).  Also, notice how Tom seemingly taps into his dominant Animate feelings after he calms down a bit, and says, “I care about you guys.”

Tom Cruise cares about his ego.  He also does care about people losing their jobs.  He also cares for his cast.  Tom cares a lot more than people think for just about everything.  He is an impassioned individual who approaches life with intense fervor, seeking meaning in life (which no doubt lead him into Scientology, for better or worse).  When Tom’s Left brain “saw” the rules broken, and his dominant Animate “saw” how breaking those rules would affect the jobs and lives of hundreds of people, he exploded with intense energy (Front brain), yelling and “educating” his audience for some 20 or so minutes in an oration that, though expletive-filled, actually contained some substance.

Granted, Cruise lost his cool, and will be the brunt of Hollywood jokes for months (or years) to come  Remember when he jumped on the couch years ago on Oprah (#9 FCAR), declaring his love for Katie Holmes?  Or how about when he broke his rib in 2018 doing a building-jump stunt, got up, and kept running?  Yeah, Cruise is passionate for just about everything.

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