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"I spent a long time... feeling like I didn't care about anything... I stopped going to school. I started drinking during the day. I got into fights at the bar or with guys on the street." (20)
"My wife, Celia, saved my life... We got married... One year later, we had our son Enrique. Then Mayor." (21)
"How can I describe what it was like during the invasion? We slept in a city bus one night because the bus was barricaded... men from the Dignity Battalions were standing outside the door with guns pointed at us." (21-22)
"Three years later we made the decision to leave... We're Americans now." (22-23)
"I'm a line cook at a diner, and I make enough to provide for my family. Celia and I feel gratified when we see Enrique and Mayor doing well here. Maybe they wouldn't have done so well in Panama. Maybe they wouldn't have had the same opportunities. So that makes coming here worth it. " (23)
Dear Fito, I'm not looking for new fighters, but if you're ever in D.C. come find me. -Sully Samuelson
"I wanted to be a boxer like the great Juan Carlos Gimenez who was from Paraguay. Like me." (144)
"I was waiting for Sully to take notice, to see me and recognize that I was a champion. But after a few days, nothing... I thought I would go [to Vermont]. I only made it as far as Delaware." (144)
Sully moved to Vermont.
"I like it here. I started off as the manager, but now I own this building. Bought it out almost ten years ago after working jobs on the side, saving up. I got a good deal... If people want to tell me to go home, I just turn to them and smile politely and say, 'I'm already there.'" (146)
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