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|LOSE LOVE LOSE The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost. — |
Chesterton It's the good loser who finally loses out. -Kin Hubbard Lose an hour in
the morning, and you will spend all day looking for it. -Richard Whately Many a ...
|“It's th' good loser that finally loses out.” “It's no disgrace t' be poor, but it might as |
well be.”30 Bob's close friends often commented on his ability to be wry, funny,
serious, and hopeful at the same time. You can find people like that on the street
|Kin Hubbard had an even sharper edge, as he showed in his "sayings" of Abe |
Martin first published in the News: It's th' good loser that finally loses out. We're all
purty much alike when we git out o' town. Mr. Lemmie Peters, whose graduation ...
|It's going to be fun to watch and see how long the meek can keep the earth after |
they inherit it. It's the good loser who finally loses out. Kindness goes a long ways
lots of times when it ought to stay at home. Laugh and the world laughs with you.
|good loser. There's no value in walking down the hall and having guys look at |
you and say, That son of a bitch, he's a good loser. ... But there's a difference
between being a rotten loser and being mean to your dog and kids when you
lose, and being dishonorable when you are losing. ... It's the best business in the
world. ... And, finally, I have added some helpful footnotes god doesn't trade
|Coach Newman "could take men who were not too talented in football and make |
stars out of them, except he couldn't do it ... hopelessly won or hopelessly lost,
you know, when they put the substitutes in, and finally the water boy, and then me
." Nixon said years later that above all else, Coach Newman taught him a
valuable lesson that he applied to his political career: "You know who a good
loser is? It's somebody who hates to lose and who gets up and comes back and
|From renowned Newbery-winning author Jerry Spinelli comes an incredible story about how not fitting in might just lead to an incredible life.|
|The Good Loser, by E. Richard Schayer "That's the boy! ... It's awfully good of you |
to take such an interest in my lonely little boy. ... "A good loser?" repeated Billy's
mother, questioningly. " How to lose gracefully — in life or just in the game. ... "
Half the game is out-guessing the other fellow, catching him out of position, and
slipping one down the court where he ... Say, Bill," he said finally, as they took
their places, "one of the worst things a young player can do is to get the swelled
|It's awfully good of you to take such an interest in my lonely little boy.” “Not at ... “A |
good loser?" repeated Billy's mother, questioningly. “How to lose gracefully—in
life or just in the game.” “ I'm afraid you .... “How's the character-building working
out? ... Say, Bill," he said finally, as they took their places, "one of the worst things
a young player can do is to get the swelled ead and think he can beat the world.
|Iguess it's luck for our peace of mind that she's going ack home to-morrow, isn't it|
?” “Did I seem to you to lose my head P" “You—well, no. Only you looked as ...
Somebody'll do it, and make a big thin out of it, but you're not the man. You ack ...
So I don't know what did happen, but I do know that Ed Macklin is a retty good
loser." “IP wondered if ... Ten or fifteen minutes of valua le time is_ wasted, and
finally John is taken home without my having had a chance even to look at his