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    #1

    kicked down doors

    When do you use the following expression in red?

    I have always led with my paradox, kicked down doors with it, and taken great joy in it.

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    Re: kicked down doors

    When you kick down doors, your break down barriers that are preventing you from getting something.

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    Re: kicked down doors

    Thank you for the answer.

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