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The Force can be with you _ for a price.
Forty of America's billionaires have answered a call from investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft founder Bill Gates to give 50 percent or more of their fortunes to charity, either during their lifetimes or upon their deaths.
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All the great heroes are ageless. That's part of what makes them legends. Like Greek gods, they never die and never change. Of course, that's not true of our movie stars — and so, like it or not, when a star and the hero he plays are inseparable, sometimes our legends grow old.
All the great heroes are ageless. That's part of what makes them legends. Like Greek gods, they never die and never change. Of course, that's not true of our movie stars - and so, like it or not, when a star and the hero he plays are inseparable, sometimes our legends grow old.