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"My Father taught me how to be a man -- and not by instilling in me a sense of machismo or an agenda of dominance. He taught me that a real man doesn't take, he gives; he doesn't use force, he uses logic; doesn't play the role of trouble-maker, but rather, trouble-shooter; and most importantly, a real man is defined by what's in his heart, not his pants."
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The Lottery Ticket
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This story of Ivan Dmitritch's wife bought a lottery ticket. Ivan dream of winning seventy five thousand dollars. He look at the first part of the ticket it match the first line. I guess he kept dreaming about it. Ivan didn't look at the second part of the ticket. Ivan imagine of things his wife could be doing with the money. But he kept on dreaming. I like this story because there was suspense of waiting to see. The theme is that you have to look at the ticket all the way. Also don't count on something that you haven't won.
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