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Offline Andrew A.

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The Tillman Story
« on: September 01, 2010, 08:23:14 AM »
Looks like a good one.  I am currently really enjoying Jon Krakauer's book about his life and death, Where Men Win Glory.  At least to my sensibilities, words like hero and role-model are overused these days yet to me Tillman certainly embodied those terms -- not because he joined the military but because of how he lived his life even before that.

http://tillmanstory.com/site/

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