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Think back to a time when you have played a critical tee shot badly and how tight and anxious you felt moments before the shot as the pressure mounted, did you feel relaxed and your muscles free from tension?
It read: "I'm excited when I think back to all the beautiful moments that we've shared.
Think back to the distrust about intelligence, particularly if you think back to 2003 and WMD and all that.
Think back to those TV Christmas specials of yore, and you'll have the sound in your head.
Think back to when the former Toon boss sold an out-of-form and out-of-favour Ruel Fox to Tottenham for pounds 4.
As my hair has darkened and other features have changed, I think back to when my lack of melanin, buck teeth, freckles, and red hair set me apart.
I always think back to the derby match at Anfield a couple of seasons ago.
Think back to the first creation story in the Book of Genesis, which we read at the Easter Vigil, in fact.
Think back to the days when the Vietnam War was still raging.
Just think back to 1986's enactment of the passive loss rules, which significantly curtailed the deductions available to real estate investors, setting the stage for a major decline in real estate values that lasted for more than a decade.
Think back to the '80s, think depression, think of entire communities on Merseyside and Yorkshire decimated, think unemployment and all that was British disappearing - that is her "legacy Craig Earley, Aigburth, Liverpool
But if you haven't forgotten it completely, I'd like you to think back to that last week before the ballot, when many Democrats honestly believed that the polls were undercounting the "youth vote" and that this invisible demographic was going to put them over the top.