Losers

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Top Chef (season 4) - Episodes - Episode 1: Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Better
... Winners Antonia, Dale, Erik, Jennifer, Mark, Richard, Ryan, Spike Losers Andrew, Lisa, Manuel, Nikki, Nimma, Stephanie, Valerie, Zoi Elimination Challenge The ... The winners drew numbered knives and chose one of the losers as their opponent ... Losers (in the order they chose their competitor), followed by the type of dish they were to make ...
Losers' Tale
... Losers’ Tale, the first of the Istanbul Quartet series, is widely considered to be novelist Hikmet Temel Akarsu’s magnum opus ... inevitable dejection, choose to be rebels along the lines of the “Losers’ Club” which they identify themselves with ...
The Losers (Vertigo) - Plot
... The Losers' reimagining was set against events surrounding and including the War on Terror ... In the 90s, the Losers were betrayed by their handler, Max, and left for dead following the conclusion of their operation ...
Major League Baseball Postseason - Postseason Bonuses - How Much The Winner and Loser Receives From Each Pool
... The World Series winner gets 36%, the World Series loser gets 24%, both League Championship Series losers get 12%, the four Division Series losers get 3.25%, and the two Wild ...
The Losers (Vertigo)
... The Losers is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, written by Andy Diggle and illustrated by Jock ... idea was very loosely based on the original The Losers for DC Comics, a group of World War II soldiers, although Diggle maintains he has never read a single issue of the ...

Famous quotes containing the word losers:

    In the game of love, the losers are more celebrated than the winners.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Nihilism as a symptom that the losers have no more consolation: that they destroy in order to be destroyed, that without morality they no longer have any reason to “resign themselves”Mthat they put themselves on the level of the opposite principle and for their part also want power in that they compel the mighty to be their hangmen. This is the European form of Buddhism, renunciation, once all existence has lost its “meaning.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)