I am not deaf, just hard-of-hearing, so I don't benefit from having sign-language translators there, but I understand the need, sign language is used as a means of communication by a significant minority of the population, but I don't get why they don't just just transcribe it to a nearby monitor, as most Deaf/deaf people can read, and it'll help non-native English speakers and us HoH folk too.“0 legs good, 2 legs bad”
It’s the Marxist ideology that marginalises normal people and normalises freaks. An upside down world that beatifies cripples and retards - where ugliness and disorder are prized as virtues. What successful civilisation ever put the lowest of society on a pedestal? Did you ever hear of a crippled Greek god? Lizzo’s music video set in Ancient Greece sums it up - the birthplace of philosophy reduced to obese, sub-85 IQ slobs twerking and mumbling about dicks and Gucci handbags. We’ve gone from the sublime to the ridiculous, and it’s going to get much, much worse.
Is it only me or is this deaf language people always next to any press conference you see now one of the most clownish characteristics of clowntown?
Being naturally deformed, and being permanently injured from being thrown off a high mountain top by a rapey superhuman aren't quite the same.Hephaestus = disabled Greek god. Sorry to be that guy. I had a classical education. Not my fault. The Ancient Greek (and Roman) gods were really not much to look up to.
I agree with the thrust of your argument though.
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Of course, this will just result in new words being made and then having to be banned. We need to just laugh at idiots that get upset so easily and just purposefully make their heads explode by using words and phrases that are technically OK but will make them angry.Apparently now the word "trigger" is now triggering to some people.
Fernando M., KansasMy business schedule is too busy to get my hands dirty with Human Resources issues, so I consulted with RAH and they handled my disgruntled employee issue promptly while I was out of town on vacation. Gracias, RAH!