I live by the ten percent rule. Save one, you save a thousand.
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Everybody round you pretendin that they your partner, let you have a problem they won't even help you out
Why accept failure when success is free?
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Never break or fold, that's what it takes to be major.
Loves a battlefield it's not a one night stand.
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If you associate yourself with peer pressure or complacency, you're destined for failure.
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