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House Of Cards - Frank Underwood's Best Life Lessons
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House Of Cards - Frank Underwood's Best Life Lessons

Video of Frank Underwood's top life lesson quotes.

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- And after Sulla had him killed, he held up his head in the forum and looked into the boy's dead eyes and said, first, you learn to pull an oar. Only then can you take the helm. 110 over 80, not bad. Power is a lot like real estate, it's all about location, location, location. The closer you are to the source, the higher your property value. You are entitled to nothing. I hope you'll understand that I wanna sleep on this. I never make such big decisions so long after sunset and so far from dawn. Most politicians are permanently chained to that slogan, family values, but when you cozy up to hookers and I find out I will make that hypocrisy hurt. I just kept whacking away. Well, it didn't take long for what was on the ground to run back to his house. You see, all he needed was a little motivation. You build your future, it isn't handed to you. It isn't handed to you.

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