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From the Encyclopedia Britannica


Typically, losers settle among the people of various nations. This great and valiant tribe is scattered all over the world. In Anglophone countries they are referred to as losers, that is those who have lost out. This tribe is far more populous than the Jews, though no less enterprising or brave. They are exceedingly patient: it's not uncommon for them to feed on hopes all their lives One characteristic feature should be noted: after achieving success, men and women of this tribe easily renounce their own kind, adopt the customs and the way of life of the people among whom they've become successful, and then nothing reminds them of when they belonged to the glorious tribe of losers



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