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CNN: how ’bout now? Can you hear us?

From GLAD. No, not GLAAD, but GLAD — Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness: A class action lawsuit filed today in Alameda County Superior Court alleges that Time Warner Inc., the owner of CNN.com discriminates against people who are deaf … Continue reading

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more on expectations of subtitling and so on

To follow up on my post yesterday, it didn’t end there. The entire exchange is as follows (as of now — he may or may not respond to my last note, but hasn’t as of this writing): Hm. A video … Continue reading

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#egypt ian deaf want freedom

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oh my

https://www.wsd.wa.gov/outreach/tislp.aspx https://www.bobrumball.org/BRCD/asl_summer_immersion.html and so on… Like 0

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brief comments on silent weekend

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why do the terms “oralist,” “oral success,” and “oral failure” make me so angry?

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silent weekend

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Through Deaf Eyes

Someone uploaded Through Deaf Eyes (with the captions turned on) to GoogleVideo! I’ve just safely downloaded the little sucker to my laptop at 909M — since I suspect it will get yanked shortly for copyright violation or somesuch. But YES!! … Continue reading

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some thoughts on “hearing loss”

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a question about introductions

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cool…

The author of the Alone in the Mainstream book was on, talking about finally realizing others like her out there…very cool! The music stuff’s on now, and I had to laugh when the guy was talking about how they make … Continue reading

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beyond pissed

So, I’m trying to watch Through Deaf Eyes…and it appears that my cable provider IS NOT TRANSMITTING ANY CAPTIONS FOR **ANY** OF THE CHANNELS IT IS BROADCASTING. Oh, boy, are they going to get an EARFUL from me first thing … Continue reading

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meet and greet

I went to a local meet & greet for deaf folks last Friday. Most of the people seemed to be hearing (interpreters in progress I suppose), but there was one guy there who was a real story teller (told a … Continue reading

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book review: Forbidden Signs

Forbidden Signs is a book that traces the history of sign language in the United States and how and why oralism attempted to obliterate signing and replace it with lip reading and speech. As the author himself notes, the history … Continue reading

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Protected: intro vlog

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