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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] You go with what you got, and when what you got is tomorrow's news, well it's gotta be one of two things: either you're a day ahead, or everyone else is a day behind.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] Life doesn't always come with a set of instructions. In fact, most of the time it just comes. Every morning, like clockwork. It's there when you open your eyes, and it's still there even if you don't.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
Some dances you sit out. Others, you change partners. The important thing is, you never stop dancing.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] The trick is to assume your life is going to work out. Of course, it never does, so you do the next best thing: you take it one disaster at a time.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
There are sure-fire ways to get out of jury duty.
GARY HOBSON
Alright, well, what are they?
CHUCK FISHMAN
One, you have an incurable disease, with less then a year to live.
GARY HOBSON
Go on.
CHUCK FISHMAN
You're self-employed, and you have a wife and four kids to support.
GARY HOBSON
Next.
CHUCK FISHMAN
You believe every man is guilty until proven innocent. It works every time!
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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] So maybe that's the secret, when you get right down to it: treat every day like it was your last, or your best.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] It's easy to be cynical. Especially today, when it looks like all our heroes are crooks, our role models frauds. Every now and again, however, when you least expect it, the real thing comes along: someone who can find the heart inside the cynic and give those who hold nothing sacred something to believe in. It's not always easy telling the good from the bad, even if you do get tomorrow's paper today. Why, is why. Sometimes, to find the answers, you have to look in your heart.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
[voice over] There's all kind of courage out there. Hey, that person standing next to you on the subway car, in the supermarket, take a closer look next time. Who knows, it might be you're standing next to a hero.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
You know, that's just like you. Heaven passes right under your nose and you don't even blink.
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CHUCK FISHMAN
See, I have this thing about snakes. It"s called 'fear of death."