"You said, 'Well, I have a medical condition that I probably should share with you.'"

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"It was hard not to be mom."

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"How do you think you are different because your dad and I got divorced? "

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"So I get a call from a local funeral home..."

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"He chose to volunteer and go back for a second tour."

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"You want to go over to your ex-husband's for Thanksgiving?"

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"We were about as close as people that don't speak the same language can be."

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"All I saw were soldiers with rifles, and machine-gun fire coming at me."

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"My day starts at about four o'clock..."

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"Every scar in my leg has something to do with you."

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"I lost myself on Wall Street."

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"I should have died at age 19."

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"All I wanted to do was get revenge."

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"As if high school is not hard enough..."

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"Pues era muy pelionera yo."

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"I came into the topless bar that you were bouncing."

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"The last picture she saw was one of me."

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"Most of my interaction with people was the worst moment of their life. "

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"When we go on the fires, people treat you different."

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"I have spent a lot of years just hiding from it."

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"When I came in 1966, nobody knew about who a Sikh was."

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"As a little baby you were always jumping."

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

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"We saw, on the side of the road, a guy with a prosthetic leg."

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

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"I've been the grandson of the postmaster, the nephew of the postmaster, the son of the postmaster, and the husband of the postmaster."

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"This medal was very precious to my parents."

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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 worked harder than I have ever thought of working."

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"My basketball teammates were my first babysitters."

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"I started playing basketball and opportunities just opened up for me."

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"I remember a private swim club..."

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"I went home that first night, and I was like, 'What am I doing?'"

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"They asked me to blow 'Taps' for all who died in the war."

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

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"Dennis will roll with the best of them."

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"When he was growing up, he was living in South Texas..."

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"I didn't even think twice."

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"There was nothing more that I wanted to do than to protect you."

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"My mind is so damaged."

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"I was looking at everyone else, going, 'Why aren't we like that?'"

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"We were prepared for people to be unhappy, but we couldn't believe our eyes."

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"Nos dijo, 'Quiero que caminen sin zapatos porque los perros son muy buenos en detectar las pisadas'."

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"The school buses were already lined up to take the kids home."

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"What is your legacy?"

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"I felt like a walking star in the hallway."

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"I'd heard lines like this before, but this time it was different."

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"What was it like becoming a parent to my sister and I overnight?"

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"You said that you were in the wrong body, that you should be a man."

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"Do you remember your first day being a teacher?"

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"I've never seen you turn anybody away."

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"I saw a flash of ankle and I went smack dab into the wall."

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

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"I looked in those big green eyes, and I was a done deal."

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"What happened on that day is tattooed on your soul."

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"He was a strong, fit kid. So I really didn't think anything was seriously wrong."

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"I am happier now without my voice than I've ever been with my voice."

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"At my house, only one person got the mail, and that was my mother."

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