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Reactive Attachment Disorder in Youth

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Never Surrender

You ask what is our policy. I will say, it is to wage war with all our might, with all the strength that God can give us, to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark, lamentable catalogue of human crime.

Never Surrender


So even if this particular line wasn't Churchill's finest hour, don't expect American politicians to stop quoting it. They'll quote him on the beaches. They'll quote him in the streets. And they'll never, never, never, never, never give in.

"...We shall not flag or fail. We shall go on til the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight in growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in fields in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender..."- June 4th, 1940 (speech to the House of Commons)

"Whatever life gives us, from a wounded warrior's aspect, you don't give up on life. Ultimately, whatever your illness or injury is, we don't surrender to it. We do not allow that to be the driving force of our lives. We understand it, we take it into account, but we do not surrender. Because when you surrender to it, you've given up," says Shegog.

Since cycling was really helping him, from that point on, Shegog decided he would always share his story. He said, "You never know if there is someone else that really needs to hear what you have to say."

"A lot of people that started here are Paralympians now and it all started because they found something that they were passionate about that they could divert their attention to. They do not surrender to whatever their injuries or illnesses are," he said.

One would think that Canadian hard rock power trio Triumph would be in exceedingly high spirits after earning their fourth consecutive platinum album with 1981's career highlight, Allied Forces, but the residue of their most grueling bout of worldwide touring yet had actually left the band physically and creatively exhausted. That being said, the "rock & roll machine" had to keep on right on rolling, and with record company accountants already baying for another million-selling blockbuster, Triumph were soon ensconced back in the studio, trying to harness enough energy and inspiration to make sure that 1983's Never Surrender lived up to the lofty standards that preceded it. Unfortunately, one had only to peel back the deceptively buffed surface veneer applied to Never Surrender's songs to glimpse Triumph's halfhearted effort underneath. Take Rik Emmett's token effort at a majestic radio single, "A World of Fantasy," which certainly adheres to type with its fetching chorus and dense vocal harmonies reminiscent of Styx, but nevertheless sounds like a slightly impoverished cousin to former hits like "Lay It on the Line" and "Magic Power." Likewise, although the guitarist manages to conjure up some excitement with the energetic "All the Way," the less enthusiastic title track -- no matter how classy and pristine in execution -- also bears an uncomfortable resemblance to "Fight the Good Fight" from the band's previous album, Allied Forces. Even no-fuss, driving rockers like "Too Much Thinking" and "Writing on the Wall" emanate a palpable lack of passion. And since the ploddingly paced "Battle Cry" is anything but (more of a moaning truce), the only track that really gets the blood boiling is drummer Gil Moore's "When the Lights Go Down," whose simple yet emphatically delivered blues riff easily makes up for its cornball lyrics. Three instrumental interludes of little consequence are also spread across the album in a thinly veiled time-consuming ploy, and offer just as much proof that Triumph were wanting for endurance and inspiration throughout Never Surrender, the first -- albeit largely camouflaged -- warning of their soon to be declining fortunes.

I'll tell you now I'm the one to survive.You'll never break my faith or my stride.I'll have you choke on your own demise.I make the angel scream, and the devil cry.(The following part is only heard in the credits and briefly in the trailer.)

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