Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Nothing To Do With Music (NTDWM) pt. 1

I have a disability which deeply affects my life. This wonderful educational video shows a little bit of what it's like to be me.

"When did it become socially acceptable to make somebody prove they have a handicap?"

The more you know...

2 comments:

Wade said...

I've always had some questions about color blindness ... mind if I ask you, now that you've come out into the open?

1. Is there a cure?

2. Is it true that color blind people have lower IQs?

3. Is the government planning any kind of detention camp to isolate people with color blindness, and remove their genetic abnormalities from the collective gene pool?

4. What's the life expectancy of color blind people?

5. Is it true that color blinded people are 72% more likely to be social deviants?

6. If I look straight at the sun for more than 4 minutes, will I go color blind?

7. Are your eyes different colors?

8. In order to make-up for your color blindness, do you have x-ray vision? (That would have been great in high school!)

9. What did one eye say to the other? Oh, that's right ... "between you and me, something smells!"

That's all I can think of right now ... thank's again for coming out about such an important topic!

The Invisible said...

Colorblindness is the least of your worries.

You need to be seeking out a cure for that gargantuan noggin of yours.

p.s. What color fingers am I holding up?