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John F Kennedy - Martin Luther King - William Shakespeare - Virgil - Thomas Carlyle - Hands on a Hard Body 1997 - Where Dreams Go To Die: Gary Robbins and the Barkley Marathons 2017 - They Shoot Horses Don't They 1969 - Mandy TV - Winston Churchill - Cesar Chavez - 

 

 

34,289.  A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.  Ideas have endurance without death.  (Kennedy & Idea & Endurance)  John F Kennedy, February 1963

 

 

136,210.  We shall match your capacity to inflict suffering with our capacity to endure suffering.  We shall meet your physical force with soul force.  Do to us what you will, and we shall continue to love you.  We cannot in all good conscience obey your unjust laws, because noncooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good.  Throw us in jail, and we shall still love you.  Bomb our homes and threaten our children, and we shall still love you.  Send your hooded perpetrators of violence into our community at the midnight hour and beat us and leave us half dead, and we shall still love you.  But be ye assured that we will wear you down by our capacity to suffer. (Black People & Civil Rights & Activism & Protest & Demonstration & Endurance & Suffering & South)  Martin Luther King, essay Loving Your Enemies     

 

 

71,283.  Men must endure

Their going hence even as their coming hither.  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear V ii 9-10, Edgar                          

 

 

71,284.  Every calamity is to be overcome by endurance.  Virgil

 

 

71,285.  Endurance is patience concentrated.  (Endurance & Patience)  Thomas Carlyle

 

 

106,914.  It’s a contest they say of stamina but it’s who can maintain their sanity the longest.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  Hands on a Hard Body, 1997

 

106,915.  These people stand beside the truck with their hand on it and the last one to take their hand off wins the truck.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.

 

106,916.  The mosquitoes started biting me.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.    

 

106,917.  Mystical kind of experience.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.

 

106,918.  I’m going to be here till I pass out.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.

 

106,919.  I know the Lord was giving her the strength during that time.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.

 

106,920.  He was hearing voices or something.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.  

 

106,921.  It’s going to go down to whoever loses their mind.  (Endurance & Competition & Texas)  ibid.

 

 

120,299.  What are the Barkley marathons?  Where dreams go to die.  (Endurance & Run)  Where Dreams Go To Die: Gary Robbins and the Barkley Marathons, 2017, opening sequence  

 

120,300.  5 loops each summer between 20 and 30 miles climbing over 60,000 feet … 60 hours to complete the entire thing … Only 15 have ever finished the Barkley marathons.  (Endurance & Run)  ibid.

 

120,301.  ‘True success is not the absence of failure.  It is the refusal to surrender.’  (Endurance & Run)  ibid.  Lazarus Lake, Barkley race director

 

120,302.  In 2016 I was offered the opportunity of a lifetime: I had been given special permission to document my dear friend Gary Robbins’ dream of attempting the Barkley marathons.  (Endurance & Run)  ibid.

 

120,303.  The Barkley is the ultimate challenge both physically and mentally.  (Endurance & Run)  ibid.

 

120,304.  ‘I’m defeated, frustrated, and I was so close.’  (Endurance & Run)  ibid.  Gary

 

 

21,056.  Yeah.  Thirty-one.  What do I need?  A note from my mother.  (GBH Films & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  They Shoot Horses Don't They? 1969 starring Jane Fonda & Michael Sarrazin & Susannah York & Gig Young & Red Buttons & Bonnie Bedelia & Bruce Dern & Allyn Ann McLerie & Robert Fields & Michael Conrad et al, director Sydney Pollack, opening scene   

 

21,057.  Ya you, come here.  What’s your name, cowboy?   You got a partner, ain’t ya?  (GBH Films & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  organiser

 

21,058.  Welcome to the dance of destiny, ladies and gentlemen.  (GBH Films & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  announcer

 

21,059.  You in movies too?  (GBH Films & Film & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  her to him

 

21,060.  Hot dogs.  Hot dogs.  Get your hot dogs.  (GBH Films & Dance & Food & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  seller

 

21,061.  There are thirty-two separate pieces of shrapnel still embedded in Harry’s body.  Thirty-two ... I really mean that sincerely, folks, from the bottom of my heart.  (GBH Films & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  dude in tux

 

21,062.  Nature’s little miracle – Christ!  What’s the use of having a kid unless you got enough dough to take care of it.  You intend to keep it?  Yeah, why not drop another sucker in this mess?  (GBH Films & Children & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  her to pregnant contestant

 

21,063.  You know the rules – no fights on the floor.  (GBH Films & Rules & Fight & Dance & Endurance & Competition)  ibid.  bouncer

 

 

135,758.  Lola: What are you reading?  

 

Mandy: The Guinness Book of Records.  (Work & Working Class & Job & Endurance & Competition & Ambition & Country & Western)  Mandy II: Mandy Bloody Blower, at the nailbar

 

135,759.  These people are gods: they’ve done something with their lives … I’m not a record breaker.  But I am a line-dancer though.  I’m going to win the local line-dancing endurance competition.  Practicing?  I’ve done twenty-two hours straight through.  I’ve got a secret … [inaudible] … nappies …  (Work & Working Class & Job & Endurance & Competition & Ambition & Country & Western)   ibid. 

 

135,760.  Mandy: I heard you’d gone to the Peak District tot start a new life.  I heard you’d got a hot-tub.

 

Susan Blower: I did.  But it’s all gone to shit … It’s all gone.  I want to make it up to you.  (Work & Working Class & Job & Competition & Endurance & Ambition & Country & Western)  ibid.  

 

135,761.  Lola: Step 1: Gaze into the eyes of the voodoo head.  Step 2: Name you foe.  Step 3: Tell the head what you want – and you must be specific.  

 

Mandy: I want to be the last one standing at the local line-dancing endurance competition.  (Work & Working Class & Job & Endurance & Ambition & Competition & Voodoo & Country & Western)  ibid.  Lola buys head from internet       

 

135,762.  Announcer: The prize will go to the last lady line-dancer standing.  And remember, you must keep your thumbs in your belt-loops at all times.  Otherwise you are DISQUALIFIED!  OK, good luck everyone.  Positions please.  And here we go.  (Work & Working Class & Job & Competition & Endurance & Ambition & Country & Western)  ibid.  

 

135,763.  … [20 seconds into competition Mandy staggers] … Lola!  Water!  (Work & Working Class & Job & Competition & Endurance & Ambition & Country & Western)  ibid.  

 

135,764.  Loo roll!  Loo roll!  (Work & Working Class & Job & Competition & Endurance & Ambition & Country & Western)  ibid.  Mandy et Susan remain   

 

135,765.  Announcer: Susan Blower wins the award.  God rest her soul.  (Work & Working Class & Job & Competition & Endurance & Ambition & Country & Western & Voodoo)  ibid.  Susan crushed by giant glitterball with voodoo-head mistakenly brought into hall onlooking from table  

 

 

68,176.  You have only to endure to conquer.  (Conquer & Endurance) Winston Churchill

 

 

50,559.  We draw our strength from the very despair in which we have been forced to live.  We shall endure.  (Despair & Endurance & Strength)  Cesar Chavez