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St. Crispin's Day Speech from Shakespeare's Henry V.
Fine choice Liam!
I great speech. I don't know if I consider it inspirational...maybe inspiring of a great way to get your enemies, while not being obvious about it. :)
Huzzah!!!!!! +3 Dudely points for not only choosing the St. Crispins' day speech, but picking Kenneth Brannaghs' presentation of it.
I'm gonna whiz on some sacred cows here, but I think MLK Jr. is the most overrated figure of the 20th century.
twice.
One of my favorites. I quote it a lot, but no one seems to get it.
I'm not sure how to embed the video, but I've always like this one from Independence Day:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRGUqd_M6Mg

And then there's the compulsory 300 clip:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STcDMoQ4KT0
I didn't realize AoM supports HTML, cool.

I enjoyed Morgan Freeman's talk with Matt Damon in Invictus: down to earth, and it stirred something in me.
I still have not seen invictus, but really want to.
Also - can't leave this one out. :)

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