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April 23, 2004
"All the gold in the world has no significance. That which is lasting are the thoughtful acts which we do for our fellow man."

¯ Adolfo Prieto
(1867-1945, Humanitarian)
April 23, 2004
I've watched Pat play football since his freshman year at ASU. Pat was the most genuine and unique person. He was always beating to a different drum. I will never forget what Pat has done for our country. TRUE HERO!
April 23, 2004
Pat said that he had to pay something back after what happened in 9-11. He also once said that he had to do something with his life. He did all that and more. God Bless Pat Tillman, a true American hero.
April 23, 2004
I've been a life long Dallas Cowboys fan. A huge Emmitt Smith fan, and when he signed with the Cardinals my wife asked me if I wanted a Cardinal Jersey of Emmitt Smith. I told her if she bought me one I would contemplate the Couch or Divorce as an answer. Today I find out Tillman passed away. I will be buying one Cardinal uniform: Pat Tillman's. I will never wear it, not out of disrespect for the Cardinals, but out of knowing I'm not dignified enough to wear the number of such an awesome patriot. I'm humbled to live in the same State as the Man raised here. The loss can never be replaced. God be with the Tillman Family and his wonderful wife.
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