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Forum:Free Space
Topic:Journalist Miles O'Brien injured: "Flesh Wound"
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alanh_7Always a professional. What a great attitude he has. Given his situation it would be natural for anyone to become depressed. But rather than wallow in self pity he is moving forward with his interests and from what he was saying now has another interest to focus on, amputee rehab and artificial limb technology. Give the man a lemon and he makes lemonade out it. As is said what a great attitude he has.
domMiles is definitely a class act!
cspgI surely will think about the Winston Churchill quote. "If you're going through hell, keep going."
RonpurI can just see him doing reports on the technology of artificial limbs next. What a great human being!
lucspaceJust watched the PBS talk above, which gave me goosebumps. Hat off to Miles! Hoping (and expecting) to see him showing off a state-of-the-art new hand before long.
alanh_7It is good to see Miles O'Brien on CNN again as a CNN analyst. I wish it were under better circumstances and not covering the loss of flight 370.

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