"I feel a responsibility. I better make sure that everybody knows who these guys were, what these guys did."

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"I used to catch them and put them in jars."

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"I wanted to apologize to the people who were inside the bank."

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"I've got pictures of you in the shop when you were in the bassinet."

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"You told me you were so tired that you had fallen asleep at a red light."

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"Here in the States, I don't even know how to talk to people..."

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"When Moises Rivas was hired, I was assigned to train him."

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"I see a group of boys walking towards me, and I knew something was going to happen."

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"I said, 'This is not telephone discussion.'"

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"We didn't know he was sick..."

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"We were wearing big, stinky, heavy gear."

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"I can't believe it's been 10 years."

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"If you need me to hold your hand, I'm there."

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"Being married is like having a color television set..."

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"It was very easy to be patient with him."

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"My partners and I would come to the hospital every chance we got. "

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"We used to go up to the torch."

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"When you have a 19- or 20-year-old who wants to die, that is totally heartbreaking."

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"He's the reason I'm here. "

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"We walked everyday from sunup to sunset."

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"I remember feeling helpless."

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"I got a reputation as the straightest guy around."

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"When I was growing up, the emphasis was on being able to get a job."

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"At three years of age, you just started playing..."

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"What are some of your dreams?"

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"How did you feel at such a young age to have such a big sickness?"

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"I remember many months with no lights."

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"At my mother's wake, someone said, 'Johnny, your teacher's here.'"

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"The lights went up, the music went off, and you could hear a pin drop."

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"I lost myself on Wall Street."

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"One night, when I was leaving the house, I realized I was being followed..."

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"I received a letter in the mail from the Boy Scouts..."

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"This medal was very precious to my parents."

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"We'd go to our hangout, which was Dubrow's Cafeteria."

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"I didn't even think twice."

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"We didn't really hit it off that first day."

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"In my old school, I never went to class."

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"Does it bother you to think of home?"

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"I always have a notecard in my pocket that tells me what the date is."

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"The doctors were amazed that he lived as long as he lived..."

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"The students wouldn't speak to me..."

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"When Thomson hit the home run, my pals and I were in school."

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"It was just happenstance that he happened to be there."

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"He's always been on my mind ever since then..."

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"This tall, dark fellow was singing. He had these shades on. I was like, 'Look at this guy.'"

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"He employed performers that the other agents would never use."

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"We got to the World Trade Center in a matter of minutes."

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"He was a meticulous man."

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"I was very strict because I was afraid kids would discover I was gay."

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"He never said anything good about my writing."

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"When you told me someday you're gonna be an NBA referee, I said, ‘Yeah, of course’."

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"It was Christine's first trip in an airplane."

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"All of my friends know me to be outspoken..."

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"I called his name into the phone over and over..."

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"I was in Brooklyn, New York teaching the third grade."

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"We were together for 22 years..."

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"So, I get to ask you the questions today..."

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"I thought he was the goofiest guy I had ever met..."

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