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You’re the luckiest person in the entire world. You’ll get two more years in your life, and you’ll never be sorry.

And I know it will sound like a cliche, so I won’t go into details, but I like the idea of the luck of the Irish.

Well, it was a cliche when it came to the Irish or anything Irish. But it’s true. We’ve all had a lucky run. Lucky people tend to have a good time, and the more youre in the sun, the luckier you get.

This is what I get for being a bit of a cliche. So yes, it was a cliche when it came to the Irish. But I like it even more when I realize it was for me. I was a lucky person because I lived long enough to have a long, happy life. I was lucky because I had a good friend who was also lucky. And I was lucky because my wife and I actually made our fortune and have been making it for the past 18 years.

Lucky people tend to be good at a lot of things, but the luckiest of us are also the most interesting. This is because we tend to be pretty laid back and laid back people. We don’t have to be too dramatic about it, but we tend to be the people with the most to say, the ones with the most to say on this planet. We are the ones that have been there and done that.

If you’re lucky you might be a writer. If you’re lucky you might be a painter. If you’re lucky you might be a musician. If you’re lucky you might be a photographer. If you’re lucky you might be a sculptor. If you’re lucky you might be a lawyer. If you’re lucky you might be a doctor. If you’re lucky you might be a teacher or a professor.

We’re lucky. We’re lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky.

This is probably the most well know quote of all, but the thing about luck is that it’s often hard to tell if its a coincidence or not.

This quote is from a book “Lucky and True: The True Story of a Super-Luck Man” by James B Kingston. “The Luck of the Irish” is the first sentence of the book, and it’s about a man named Michael O’Leary. He is a very famous Irish American who was born in New York City in 1887. He attended Harvard Law School, where he met the famous Irish American scientist Dr. Benjamin Franklin.

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