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The Turner Prize nearly always stirs heated debate over what is art. Winners have ranged from a Virgin Mary figure made of elephant dung to an empty room with a bare light that switched off and on.
Recent winners of the Turner have ranged from a transvestite potter to an artist whose masterpiece was an empty room with a bare light that switched on and off.
In 1998, Chris Ofili won the Turner with a Virgin Mary figure made of elephant dung. In 1995, Damien Hirst won with a pickled sheep.
"Even before the deal with Straker had been consummated (that's some word all right, he thought, and his eyes crawled over the front of his secretary's blouse), Lawrence Crockett was, without doubt, the richest man in 'Salem's Lot and one of the richest in Cumberland County, although there was nothing about his office or his person to indicate it."
From, Salem's Lot by Stephen King
There is a mystique about football tradition in the town of Atkins. Although the high school had played football before Hays Gibson came there to coach in 1928, he along with some very dedicated young men built a very strong tradition that has been very strong and thriving until today. The story that I would like to tell is when and how Mr. Gibson, primarily, and Vernon Ford nurtured that great tradition through some very difficult times.
Remember Red Devils don't quit, and they didn't in 1944. Although, they did so against great odds.