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You're a Rat and You're a Quitter

This one is just too hilarious (and human) to pass up. Okay, it's a story about a rat, but this guy (or gal) sure reminds me of us. DNAinfo noted ...


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The 'Loser' Roster on the U.S. Women's Soccer Team

The U.S. Women's Soccer Team won the 2015 World Cup, uniting the country (at least for a few moments) on a tickertape parade in New York City. But ...


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The World's Hardest Race

None of the 40 runners who attempted to finish the 100-mile Barkley Marathons in the mountains of eastern Tennessee completed the race, the first time ...


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61-year-old Sheep Herder Wins the Australian Ultramarathon

In 1983, Australia hosted its ultramarathon, a 573.7 mile foot race from Sydney to Melbourne. This is a race that takes days to run, and professionals ...


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In the Wake of a Drive-by Shooting, Neighbors Lose Hope

In his book Hope Is Contagious, pastor and former pro football player Ken Hutcherson shares his personal journey of facing a terminal illness. In the ...


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Why Actor Patrick Swayze's Marriage Succeeded

Actor Patrick Swayze, who died in September 2009 of pancreatic cancer, wrote a memoir with his wife Lisa Niemi, and said this:

The one thing I realized ...

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Little Boy Just Wants to Go Home

My friend Linda, who teaches first grade, told me about an interaction she had with one of her students on the first day of school. Accustomed to going ...


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Marathon Runner Chooses to Endure

I once ran in the New York City Marathon. The first half of that race is a party. You're swept along by 28,000 runners, crowds lining the streets, and ...


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"Cinderella Man": Remember Who You Are

Cinderella Man tells the true story of boxing legend James J. Braddock (Russell Crowe), who made an incredible comeback during the Great Depression. Injured ...


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Persistent Wife Saves Influential Book

A writer in his 50s had written a manuscript for a book, and had sent it to several publishers without success. He grew so discouraged that he threw the ...


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