. It’s called 30 Days. I had heard of it, but had not watched it. It’s actually in it’s third season. That always seems the case with me, I find the stuff late. The one we watched was actually filmed in Dallas and featured Ray Crockett a former NFL player who spent 30 days in a wheelchair. He interacted with people who had the misfortune of having spinal cord injuries. He had to learn how to do everything without the use of his legs. I think it was really eye opening for him. One of my favorite moments of the episode is when he gets to go up against Mark Zupan of “Murderball” fame. Did I mention I love documentaries? This episode especially intrigued me because I was reminded of my good friend Mike Ritter.
The driving force behind this show is Morgan Spurlock. I love anything that Morgan does. I even like his Fu Manchu mustache. I thought “Super Size Me” was pure genius as well as entertaining. It makes me want to check out “Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden”. I think there are only a few people who are able to make really good documentaries and Morgan Spurlock is one of those people.
If you get a chance go and check out 30 Days
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