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    Inspirational. Thanks!

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    right on!
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    That kid is a stud.
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    Thats so awesome! good for him, the track he is riding at is Milestone mx. i ride there all the time, really hope to one day see him there to say hi.
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    Wow! The world needs more like him. I look around and see so many people just looking for a reason to get on disability when there's hardly anything wrong with them. Big time respect to Darius!

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    thanks, that put a big happy smile on my face

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    that's awesome!...kid must have crazy balance

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    Wow! Good thing I have a cubicle to hide in, my eyes are watering!!!! We are so lucky to be healthy! He is truly an inspiration!



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    Awesome guy. Period. I hope he enjoys himself to the fullest!



    I agree, we need more people like him. I know a guy that is paralyzed waist-down from wrecking his R1, and he has a job and does a damn good job. He rolls that wheelchair around at probably 7-10 mph through the store....which is way faster than any regular worker walking! Just like Darius, his upper body is really, really strong from rolling himself all over the place.
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