Mr brooks

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Oh God,

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God grant me the serenity
to accept the things…

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I cannot change…

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— Why do you fight it so hard, Earl?

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…courage to change the
things that I can…

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— Come on!

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— You have been a good boy for a long time.

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— You know you want to do this.

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…and wisdom…

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…wisdom to know the difference…

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Taking, as He did, this sinful world

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as it is, not as I would have it.

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Trusting that He will make all things
right, If I surrender to His will,

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that I may be reasonably
happy in this life

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and supremely happy with
Him forever in the next.

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Amen.

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I could go on and on

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about what a great guy here Earl is,

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how he gives so freely
of his time and his money.

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Even how he… believes in
how he cuts his toenails.

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Let's get Earl up here and speak for himself.

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Ladies and gentlemen,

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I give you a businessman,
philanthropist, a very dear friend,

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and the Portland Chamber of Commerce

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Man of the Year,

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Mr. Earl Brooks!

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Thank you all

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very much.

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First thing I'd like
to say is that I —

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I don't even know how I cut my toenails.

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20 years ago,

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when I started the Brook's box factories,

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I never dreamed I would —

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I never dreamed that I would one
day be standing here…

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Did you see
Sis Wallace's dress?

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You could see her nipples,

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at her age!

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Wow, she cannot keep those things hidden.

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The only thing that would have
made this evening more perfect…

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is if Jane had been here.

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Emma, she called to
congratulate me, right?

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She has midterms coming up.

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I think she's dropping out.

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Let's see.

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Nothing she does is
wrong with you, is it?

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Well,

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she missed a good party.

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It's not like it's not set up.

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You already know how to
bypass the alarms,

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