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Amazing! BLIND Athlete Gets A Shot To Play College Football At Tulane University!

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Aaron Golub isn't letting his disability get in the way of his dream of playing football!

We've seen a LOT of athletes overcome various obstacles throughout their careers, but this is just flat out AMAZING!

Aaron Golub of Newton High School in Massachusetts was born without any vision out of his right eye and limited vision out of his left, and he is legally blind!

However, the 17-year-old has never let his disability get in the way of his love for football! In fact, he managed to PLAY on his high school football team for two years as a long snapper!

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Panera Bread Apologizes To Georgia Family After Asking Their Disabled Daughter To Remove Her Squeaky Shoes!

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Panera Bread apologizes for asking mom and child with squeaky shoes to leave

It sounds like Panera Bread has some serious explaining to do!

Savannah, Georgia natives Catherine and Stephen Duke were regulars at the restaurant and were grabbing a bite with their two-year-old toddler Emma, when someone complained about her squeaky shoes!

Any employee approached the family and asked her to remove the shoes, but we're guessing they didn't know that the two-year old suffered a disability that made it difficult to walk, so a doctor prescribed her orthopedics that are SUPPOSED to squeak to let her know she's walking correctly.

Catherine spoke out about the nasty incident, saying:

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Deaf NFL Player Derrick Coleman Can't Hear His Doubters In AMAZING Duracell Commercial! Watch HERE!

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This is just so amazing on so many different levels!

An inspirational new ad by Duracell tells the tale of Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, who has been deaf since he was three years old!!

The pro footballer dealt with doubters throughout his entire career, and when he didn't get drafted in the 2012 NFL draft, it looked like his dreams of playing professional football had come to an end.

But Derrick overcame his disability and worked extra hard to make his dream a reality, and now he and his teammates are one win away from playing in the Super Bowl!

Seriously, if this doesn't convince you that anything is possible, we don't know what will!

Ch-ch-check out the inspirational ad (above)!

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Colin Farrell Says Disney Movie Nights Are Helping His Special Needs Son Make Progress!

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This is simply parenting at its finest!!

In addition to being a fantastic, world famous actor, Colin Farrell is a proud papa to two boys, one of whom suffers from a rare genetic disorder known as Angelman Syndrome.

Things don't always come easy to his 10-year-old son James due to his learning disability, and sometimes things as simple as watching a movie can be a difficult task.

However, the veteran actor says they are making HUGE progress, and he's been making an effort to introduce him and Henry to some of the classics:

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Triple Amputee Wrestles Alligator!!

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WHOA!! That seems crazy dangerous!

A triple amputee and military veteran was on the show Gator Boys.

With their help, he got the opportunity to wrestle some alligators!

After just a little coaching, he literally was able to ride the gators!!

That seems so terrifying!

We gotta give this guy props for not letting his disability affect how he lives his life.

Even being half the size and weight of the gators, this brave man laid on top of the beasts and even opened their mouths.

This young man truly has no fear!!

Check out the video (above) to see him wrestle a gator!

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