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Portrait of a Serial Winner

23 min ESPN

"Suarez wears many masks, each of them true in the moment he puts them on, but perhaps nothing reveals his truest self like the mask he wears when he's threatened, for that is the one that shows all the hurt he wants to hide."

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A tool that directs you to interesting articles from around the web. Simply select a number of minutes and we scour our database to find something that will keep you occupied for that length of time.

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The average adult reads at 250 words per minute so we use a calculation of number of words in an article ÷ 250. An 8,000 word article takes 32 minutes to read - if you find this too slow or fast, adjust your selection accordingly.

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