Saturday, May 22, 2010

BLIND PEOPLE CAN BE MEAN TOO


I don’t think I’d go to hell for making this statement. Right? Being a jerk knows no boundaries. And besides, if that weren’t the case, why would they have these “not so nice” words in Braille?


ASS


MORON


JERK



SH*T

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16 comments:

  1. 文章雖然普通,但意義卻很大~~^^~~ .........................

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  2. I agree, meanness has no limitations.

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  3. be mean anyway to the mean. :D

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  4. I'm with you, once a blind guy hit me in the ankle with his walking stick and didn't even say sorry. Mean!

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  5. Well what the fuck???

    You think blind people don't cuss or what???

    ~B

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  6. Anyone can be mean. I just can't believe it's never occurred to me to find how to write these kinds of words in braille. Brilliant.

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  7. I kept touching my screen but I just can't make them out...

    http://www.apackalipsnow.blogspot.com

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  8. I thought the blind had seeing eye dogs to read signs for them...live and learn, I guess...

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  9. Reminds me of one time when I was pulling up to St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix to pick up my sister. I pulled into a spot temporarily so they could help her out to the car. I looked at the sign at my spot, worrying about using a handicapped space. The sign said "Parking for the Blind." Holy shit--I'm glad I wasn't there minutes earlier when that dude was backing out!

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  10. At my high school, there was a kid in a wheelchair... and he was a complete asshole. He would constantly ask people for money to buy sodas, and he would be like, "Hey, I'm in a wheelchair, please?" (Like, literally.)

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  11. That's awesome. I would never have thought they had words in braille to cuss others out.

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  12. I had to learn sign this winter,,, and I did not realize there were signs for those words.. I just thought they flipped us the bird.. no.. THEY CUSS IN SIGN... a lot.. words I didn't know about!

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  13. Thanks to you have have now begun my Braille education.

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  14. I knew a right tosser at school who was deaf. His mum all thought we didn't like him because he had a disability but it was cause he was a tool.

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  15. I could never understand why braille isn't done with a series of bumps that are shaped just like the letter they're supposed to represent. Bueller? Bueller?

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  16. I 've never understood why the M in braille isn't written like an M.... Why don't they make raised letters?

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