Paul Newman

“When I started adolescence, something in me closed down. I was so small, I had to get special dispensation from my school’s principal to play on the ninth-grade football team. I felt like a god**** freak. Girls thought I was a joke, a happy buffoon. I wasn’t a lover. I wasn’t an athlete. I measured things by what I wasn’t, not by anything I was.” -People

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