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    guest on t.v. show...sledhead 24/7

    I recently won a contest to be a race crew member for a day with a pro snowmobile team. I didn't realize they were going to interview me for the t.v. show sledhead 24/7. I didn't let my wheelchair get in the way of all the things I got to do as a team member. Check it out......

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF1oUzFjjNM
    If I was meant to have wheels under my ass, what the hell are these legs for?
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1455040496

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    Hey Freedom that really looks cool!!!!! I'm jealous


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    Congratulations Terry!

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    You lucky dog!

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    How cool is THAT?

    Probably one of the coolest things ever.

    Dude, you're a pro, I swear. I would've been fumbling every word. So awesome. I could almost smell the exhaust too. Good for you man!
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    Awesome Terry,

    That had to be one heck of a day.Great speaking skills as well.You made the "DAMN MAN" proud.So glad you got to do it.
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    thats awesome dude. your so lucky, when you got the email sayin you won i bet you shit a brick lol
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    You are one lucky guy, great job, looks like you had a blast.
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    Thanks guys, it was a blast. I was treated like royalty and there was no issue with me being a wheeler. Being a sled jocky was something I always wanted to do in life, but the racers are about the size of horse jockys and my 6'2" 210lb. frame wasn't a good fit. But at least I can still ride snowmobile.
    If I was meant to have wheels under my ass, what the hell are these legs for?
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1455040496

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    Oh Wow that was way cool, looks like you had a great time. Ummm whats a sled jockey?

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