Some Days it is Good to Get "Irked!"

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Take November 13th for example when Irked magazine ran the following story:

Warren Macdonald knows a LOT about motivation. He famously (see appearances on Oprah, Larry King Live, Vicki Gabereau, The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos, etc) survived a harrowing, agonizing ordeal while mountain climbing, when he was trapped beneath a one-ton boulder in a freak rock fall. Macdonald's test of will lasted two full days before a helicopter arrived. He was rescued, but the accident cost him both legs.

Ten months after becoming a double above-knee amputee, Macdonald, who currently lives in Vancouver and travels worldwide as a professional speaker, climbed Tasmania's Cradle Mountain "using a modified wheelchair and the seat of his pants."



Read on:
http://irkedmagazine.com/9525/spotlighting-warren-macdonald-legless-mountain-climber/

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