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    george w
    dale earnhardt
    clint eastwood
    lane frost
    duc dowg

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    Robin Weddell

    for putting up with me for 13+ years.


    [Edited by otto on 01-22-2005 at 06:53 AM]
    R2B4BTU

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    My mother,all tho she no longer here on earth she has and
    will allways be in my heart and thoughts forever.

    She manage to raise six kids on her own,she held two jobs
    and even tho you could look and see she was tried she would
    reach down deep and find the time do the family thing.

    Even now,me being a man in todays world and the money I bring home,I'm still amaze of how she was able to get the job done.

    I miss that lady!



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    I try to conduct my life in a manner that allows me to be my own hero. I have found that you have to be able to look at yourself as a point of inspiration before you can look at another individual.
    Installs, Changeouts, & Heat Stroke.....not necessarily in that order

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    Cant say I have one hero but here are a few. John Wayne "The Duke", "W" , Ronald Reagen, ALL the men and women in the armed forces who have sacrificed their well being and lives to preserve and protect our liberties and our way of life. The men and women who serve in our police, fire, emt, hospitals to save the lives of the innocent. The men and women who have given their lives over to the Lord in service and denied their own lives. To me a hero is someone who sacrifices themselves for the sake of another wether it be their life, their safety, or their time and caring. The hero list is not necessarily in order.
    Saddle Up!

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    These guys overcame incredible odds to return to the top of their game. Don't give up and great thing will happen.
    Not here for a long time, just a good time

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    Originally posted by simpleman
    My mother,all tho she no longer here on earth she has and
    will allways be in my heart and thoughts forever.

    She manage to raise six kids on her own,she held two jobs
    and even tho you could look and see she was tried she would
    reach down deep and find the time do the family thing.

    Even now,me being a man in todays world and the money I bring home,I'm still amaze of how she was able to get the job done.

    I miss that lady!


    I must also say that my mom is the tops. Dad left when the going got tough and I never knew him.But, Mom was the ****. She got a job and got us out of the welfare area and is still to this day an example for me.

    Thanks Mom for giving me something to look forward to............
    R2B4BTU

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    I have a few,

    #1 Mom
    #2 Grandpa
    #3 Granny
    #4 Uncle

    Thay are the ones I always looked up to. I have to put mom on top because she did like Ottos and got us out of welfare and gave us a decent life. We didn't have muce but we had all we needed.

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    I only have a few. My uncle who served as a Navy corpsman with the Marines in Vietnam. To this day he's not said a word about his experiences there. I can't imagine the horror his eyes have seen.

    And another uncle who was a combat engineer when they stormed the beaches of Normandy.

    And Ronald Reagan.

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    William Hung of American Idol.

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    Jesus
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    Robert Kennedy
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    John Lennon
    Mother Theresa
    "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten". --Benjamin Franklin
    "Don't argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". --Mark Twain
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    That would be Jesus!

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    After thinking about this I must say my 9 year old son is tops on my list !! His mother told me she was prego when I was almost 19 and my life was going no where fast except maybe to jail . Growing up without a father around I did not want that to happen to a kid of mine so I starightened my act up and got real with my life for him . When he was 6 months old I found out his mother was shooting up dope so I took him and have had him since . He has been my insperation and the force behind me wanting to succeed in this world !! Being a single dad of a 6 month old @ the age of 19 made me become a man real quick .

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