Courtney Enlow [Editor’s Note: In honor of Patrick Swayze, we are rerunning Courtney Enlow’s tribute to the man, which originally ran March 13, 2008.] “If somebody gets in your face and calls you a cocksucker, I want you to be nice. Ask him to walk. Be nice.
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