Friday, August 13, 2010

Founder of the USA Today Said Something About Someone Deaf

The founder of the USA Today newspaper, Al Neuharth, sneered at the idea of the 22nd anniversary of the deaf personality and ridiculed the so-called importance of that personality's message on daily basis. Neuharth urged us to laugh at his show to show the real absurdity of language use. Kinda question Mike McConnell's logical means of his blog and vlog postings along with Mc Connell's favorite deaf personality.

Here is the column and quotes from several individuals regarding the deaf personality -

If any of you could not access to the USA Today column. Let's type "al neuharth and
Limbaugh anniversary is a laughing matter" on any ISP search engine. Okay?

ASLize yours,
Robert L. Mason (RLM)

AUDISM from Hearing Person's Perspective

This enclosed column described the personal experience with A U D I S M from the hearing perspective which he became deaf later in life. Very H E A R T Y piece described his growing up with the family whose had such a prejudice toward deaf people. Ever his deaf uncle and other family members did not S I G N at all.

If this attached link do not work, please type "judah leblang and hearing and the lack of it" on any ISP search engine.

ASLize yours,
Robert L. Mason (RLM)