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The doorman of the Kilmarnock was six foot two. He wore a pale blue uniform, and white gloves made his hands look enormous. He opened the door of the Yellow taxi as gently as an old maid stroking a cat.Johnny Dalmas got out and turned to the red-haired driver. Show More Summary
You'll find us rough, sir, but you'll find us ready. - Charles Dickens, David Copperfield
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Consider how much time is squandered awaiting an event or recovering from one which took place. That amount may far exceed the time for the event itself.
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When I was in The Bahamas last week, I did a radio interview and a newspaper interview with some really smart, passionate people. You can hear the radio show here and see the two newspaper articles here and here.
James Taylor: "Carolina In My Mind." Francis Cabrel: "Petite Marie." Dave Van Ronk: "Cocaine Blues." Duke Ellington Orchestra: "Take the A Train."
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It's easy to lose motivation when we run up against obstacles in our road to success. Take a few moments to recharge your batteries by reading these motivating words of wisdom.
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For starters, don’t call yourself an expert.
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Gretchen Meyer drifted for a while, but her early experiences ultimately took her back to nature.
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