Mike Rowe knows dirty jobs. After all, he was the longtime host of the hit TV show “Dirty Jobs.”
And being in the U.S. military can often be a dirty job.
Rowe appeared Monday — Veteran’s Day — on “Fox & Friends” and told of how a meeting he had with an injured veteran changed his life.
He said he met Travis Mills, one of four surviving quadruple-amputees, while he was at a convention eight or nine years ago.
Rowe said Mills didn’t have an “ounce of self-pity.”
“In a heartbeat you go from put-upon, in a hurry, trying to take care of your stuff to saying, ‘OK, let’s cancel that, let’s sit down,’ and I talked to Travis for an hour,” Rowe said.
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