3501 Walker Goad Classic (Disability, Addiction) At fifteen, he was seriously paralyzed by polio. Some people would have given in. Walker Goad asked for difficult jobs, worked out with weights, and ran eight miles a day. He survived combat in WW 2, but almost didnt survive the peace that followed. As a career soldier, his duties included such oddities as taking charge of a reptile farm and learning to catch rattlesnakes free-hand. One of his other accomplishments was 32 martinis in one evening. But all these things proved to be only a prelude to a remarkable new career proving clearly that old soldiers never die.
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