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Congenital amputee brings message of inspiration to Mitchell

Published 10/08/2010, The Daily Republic

John Robinson has encountered a lot of challenges in his life. Discrimination. Disappointment. Uneasiness or unnerving curiosity shown by those who meet him for the first time. But he has learned to accept certain traits about himself as a congenital amputee who was born without the extension of his arms and legs. For example, he’ll always need a stool to put fuel in his Toyota pickup.

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