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  Darth Skuldren
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For me, this is kind of a toughy. People who I would consider heroes, who I look up to and respect, right off the top of my head would be Audie Murphy (the most decorated American soldier of WWII, he won the Medal of Honor and went on to be an actor after the war, playing himself in his own war movie), Ted Nugent (an outspoken gun advocate and hunting enthusiast, I admire his openness and intelligence), Brian Johnson & Angus Young (frontman and guitarist for AC/DC, my favorite band, and they continue to pour themselves out in their music without any signs of diminishment, regardless of the years), and Sun Tzu (whose writings are priceless and can apply to many aspects of life, a very wise man indeed).
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