"He wasn't the biggest guy, but people reacted to him like he was giant."

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"I thought it was karma for what I had done. "

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"I'd like to be remembered as the cowboy that could ride, run, and jump with anybody in the world."

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"She attracted people wherever she went."

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"I'm always perfectly free to be me."

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"In his pockets he always kept a handkerchief and a penknife."

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"Have you ever felt you wanted to quit?"

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"She was one of these women who would grab a rattlesnake by the tail and snap its head off."

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"I think I could have done another 31 years."

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"When I look back, I do realize that I was a little bit too tough."

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"Have me and Mom ever extremely disappointed you?"

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"When I was thirteen, I mapped out my life..."

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"A lot of people don't know where one family starts and the other one ends."

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"How did you meet Dad?"

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"What were you thinking when I was born?"

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"The door slid aside and there she stood -- the prettiest girl I had ever seen."

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"I learned from her, and that's why I can pass it on to you guys."

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"I knew the top ten on the radio and I could do my nails, but I didn't even know how to cook."

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"There's a Little League baseball field called Brian Calvin Korbon Field."

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"It changed me from the moment my children came onto this earth."

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"We used to put out a hurricane section..."

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"He did all his typing with his two fingers..."

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"I was eighteen years old, and I had a fake ID..."

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"He was a short-order cook..."

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"We go around and we bless the hands of all the people who work in the hospital."

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"You followed my footsteps and I thought it was great."

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"What has happened to the human voice?"

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"It sounds like you were the black sheep."

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"As he's walking away, I'm like, 'Hey, you forgot something...'"

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"I turned on all the tricks that I knew..."

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"The pilot told us over the PA, 'It's going to be the roughest landing you've ever experienced.'"

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"My aunt started telling us that my Mom had this disease..."

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"The saddest day of my life was the day my father died."

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"The jobs change; managers change; I still stay there."

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"If we're going anywhere, we're going down the aisle, because I'm too tired, too sick, and too sore to do any other damn thing."

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"Do you remember when your parents said you had to get married?"

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"Do you have any advice for me on being a father?"

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"I was typing, and he kept looking at my legs."

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"What are the most important lessons that you've learned thus far in life? Granted, I know you're only twelve."

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"The way I think it really should be is that the child should stay in one house. Let the parents do the moving."

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"I have a 16-year-old heart, a 33-year-old mind, and a 73-year-old body."

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"Money money money money. Everyone spends money for oneself."

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"We used to go to the Savoy Ballroom every Saturday and stay there until Monday morning."

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"Poppy used to say, 'Don't ever let me find out that you took one rubber band from the five-and-dime."

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