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Apr 22
The adage goes. "Where there's a winner, thus must also be a loser." No, that's incorrect. There are never any losers in life, only winners. This false dichotomy has been with us for millennia and has been the flaw that has resulted in countess man-made disasters and concomitant losses of untold lives. Out superficial values in all sectors are fraught with this erroneous assumption from grade-school play ground games to runs for the presidency, and everything in between. Winners only have to be true to themselves. Whether they come in first or last is immaterial;Β Β the important point is they ran the race They tried their best. That's what winners do. Never forget it.

TOD HOWARD HAWKS
TOD HOWARD HAWKS
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TOD HOWARD HAWKS  77/M/Boulder, CO
(77/M/Boulder, CO)   
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   TOD HOWARD HAWKS and Elizabeth J
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