While you flex your muscles in front of your morning mirror and congratulate yourself on your nimble brain, consider this: The light over your mirror was perfected by a deaf man. While your morning radio plays, remember the hunchback who helped invent it. If you listen to contemporary music, you may hear an artist who is blind. If you prefer classical, you may enjoy a symphony written by a composer who couldn't hear. The president who set an unbeatable American political record could hardly walk. A woman born unable to see, speak or hear stands as a great achiever in American history. The handicapped can enrich our lives. Let's enrich theirs.
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For 35 years John Wain has been portraying his hero, John Wayne, all over the United States and some foreign countries. He has entertained John Wayne fans in Caesar's Palace, Vegas World, Imperial Palace, Boom Town and in stage productions, such as "Chorus Line." Wain, his real name, performed at George W. Bush's inauguration and did 40 shows at the convention. He has done over 250 television and radio commercials and starred in a movie, "The Last American Hero," authorized by John Wayne's wife. Wain has also performed at many fairs, including the Florida State Fair.
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