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Can you recall the first time you came face to face with your Terror Barrier? Mine is etched on my imagination…

The first ten years of my life were spent in Owen Sound, Ontario. It’s a small town a few hours north of Toronto. I can vividly remember spending the summer days with my family at Harrison Park where there was a really great swimming pool. I would watch as the older kids went up the ladder to either jump or dive off the high diving board. They were having a great time. Wanting to be accepted by the older kids, I too went up the ladder … reluctantly, but I climbed it.

I will never forget the terror that gripped my mind and body when I looked down. Unfortunately, all the coaxing in the world wouldn’t have been sufficient to get me to jump off that board! There was no way I could do it. Feeling defeated, I climbed back down the ladder trying desperately to hide my embarrassment.

Unfortunately, not only did I lose out on the excitement and thrill that ...

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Dave@DaveRubin
21 hours ago

People often ask me why I never tweet before having coffee. This Golden Girls clip sums it up quite well...

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Happy Friday Rubin Report friends and refugees! I hope you have a great day and weekend ahead of you! Sunrise at the Arch by Mary Pidoni of Missouri Landscape Photography.

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