An escape artist attempts an escape from a cage dropped from an airplane; The Museum of Mummies in Guanajuato, Mexico; Fire chaser; A Chinese grocer store with coaster carts; A kidney ... See full summary »

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James F. Burke Jr. ...
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Woody Coker ...
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Matt 'The Tube' Crowley ...
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Teresa Dravk ...
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Ian Fleming ...
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An escape artist attempts an escape from a cage dropped from an airplane; The Museum of Mummies in Guanajuato, Mexico; Fire chaser; A Chinese grocer store with coaster carts; A kidney patient finds a donor on the Internet, whom she later marries; A dog rescues abandoned cats; 1958: A hula-hooping dog; A family of stilt-walkers; A woman paints with her breasts; Matt 'The Tube' Crowley; Mongolian torture box. Written by Anonymous

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16 August 2000 (USA)  »

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An Inspiring Story Of A Mom With No Arms
29 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The thing that impressed me most, giving this program my first look ever, was how much material was crammed into this hour-show television show.

Man, I saw a man survive despite being sucked into a jet airplane engine; a man who operates a giant metal dinosaur which eats cars; took a ride in the "Ultimate Taxi;" saw a man suspend himself with just wires attached to his bare chest; witnessed what an amazing woman can do without arms; saw a guy having one million volts of electricity go through him; stared in disgust watching an "artist" who uses puke instead of paint; saw parts of the world's biggest water fight (held each year in Thailand) and saw a man who will mold any body part you want to preserve what you look like for thousands of years.

To me, the best part of the show was in the inspiring segment on Barb Guerra, a woman who lost both of her arms after an accident when she was 2-and-a-half years old. Her childhood had to be brutal, especially with cruel kids making fun of someone with no arms, but she persevered. The things she can do with her feet - everyday things that you and I do with our arms - are incredible. She's a mom now, too, and this woman can change diapers with her feet faster and better than most people can do with their hands. She can drive an automobile and do anything with here feet. You have to see her, to believe it. She's a beautiful woman on the outside, too. Watching and listening to her made this program worthwhile, because I can't say I was enamored with some of the other people who abused their bodies in twisted ways.


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