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The Good Men Project Magazine offers up a collection of stories from a number of men (gay and straight, famous and a few average joes) talking about their mistakes in life.
Director Alan Poul (Six Feet Under, The Back-up Plan) talks about turning down a spot in the American Film Institute's directing program for a gig as an associate producer -- which kept him from directing for 14 years. For actor James Franco, it was his one time antagonistic approach to acting.
Dog rescuer Randy Grim's regret is much simpler: "Drinking a third martini. Then talking."
Click here to read through the collection of responses.
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