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HELLO INTERNET BOY #22: JAZZZZZZZZZ

In Columbia, the real world desperately needed Michelle’s attention again. This was a shame, because she had basically single-handedly organised our entire trip and driven us around and explained why high school kids took her on dates to gas stations (the answer is West Virginia, and it was a FANCY gas station) and why her shithead ex who also played the game might be wandering around her old college town still. 276 more words

HELLO INTERNET BOY #21: Walmart

I wanted to buy some crazy American t-shirts where eagles are made out of flags and carry a wingful of guns and underneath it says ‘Freedom’, so they took me to Walmart. 208 more words

Washington, DC Deaf Family Seeks Nanny with ASL Skills

The following listing is on care.com – a family in Washington, DC needs a full-time nanny. Must love kids! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. 50 more words

News And Events

God of Life, See Our Prayer: Deaf Episcopalians Demand Real Inclusion

By Gail Goldsmith, staff writer

When Dick Mahaffy prayed the Prayers of the People in the General Convention Eucharist Thursday morning, he saw the deacon bidding the congregation to say the words: “God of Life, hear our prayer.” He watched as the interpreter signed, “God of Life, see our prayer,” in American Sign Language. 1,345 more words

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Deaf Doctor Makes Patients Feel Heard

Dr. Philip Zazove is an author, physician and chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Michigan. He is one of the first deaf physicians in the United States and is dedicated to improving health care for the deaf and hard of hearing community. 72 more words

News And Events

HELLO INTERNET BOY #19: Vertigone

A quarter of the way over the river, I forced myself to look over the edge of the railings at the water and trees so far below us. 873 more words

Show Me a Sign!

Shortly after Julian was born (OK, I admit it – about a month BEFORE he was born!), we – like many other parents – purchased a set of Baby Einstein DVDs. 908 more words

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