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Thanks Jack for writing a telling portrait of a man who was Robert Loest. Best of all is that Robert in his contradictions and complex communications was consistent in one important quality: Vitality. He had enough vitality to fill Neyland Stadium just by standing there alone, which would never happen in Knoxville. Robert always attracted a crowd, even naysayers. Who knows why a person chooses absolutism in their later years? One thing for sure Robert was truly catholic with a small c, ie "universal" and inclusive. It was a source of his skill and his success in life and, yeah, "afterwards."
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