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You Can't Stop Me - A Story of Mike Young Jr. Never Giving Up

Some of us are old enough to remember a television series on ABC from 1980-'84 called "That's Incredible." For those who aren't in the know, it was a one-hour show hosted by Cathy Lee Crosby, John Davidson and former Minnesota Vikings' quarterback Fran Tarkenton that featured unbelievable true stories about people and the strange or amazing things they had accomplished. Today, the unusual is so common that something incredible slips by as routine. But if the show were still around, Mike Young Jr. would certainly be featured in an episode. His story of triumph over adversity coupled with his can-do attitude and charisma are perfect for television.

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      Some of us are old enough to remember a television series on ABC from 1980-'84 called "That's Incredible." For those who aren't in the know, it was a one-hour show hosted by Cathy Lee Crosby, John Davidson and former Minnesota Vikings' quarterback Fran Tarkenton that featured unbelievable true stories about people and the strange or amazing things they had accomplished. Today, the unusual is so common that something incredible slips by as routine. But if the show were still around, Mike Young Jr. would certainly be featured in an episode. His story of triumph over adversity coupled with his can-do attitude and charisma are perfect for television.
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