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Aberrican Me- Part Two

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After surviving being shot three times by a shotgun, Ross gets back on his feet, back on his board, and uses skateboarding to get a new grip on his world. He tells us how lucky he is to be alive, to be conquering physical therapy and pushing himself to overcome physical barriers like he does when he’s skating.

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“I just started living my life, like skateboarding. I just look at what I’ve got. I don’t look at what I don’t have. I look at what I have.”

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