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GM's view: They were and are heroes

7:15 PM, Sep. 10, 2013
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My father used to say you can tell a man's character by what he turns up when offered a job: his nose or his sleeves. Today, I am just grateful to the thousands who were not even offered a job, but rather rolled up their sleeves and headed into the burning buildings to save lives.

Heroes do not come easy to me. You see, to many people a hero is an athlete, an actor or a singer. To me, a hero is not something you are born to be, but rather something you learn through life. A hero is the person who puts himself last and all others first. A hero is someone who would never call himself or herself a hero, but in that same ...

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