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Well, It makes a huge difference in how they use a PC and what
kind of experience they have when dealing with changes in how a PC
is laid out. Ignoring the difference between the way we have to
deal with PC compared to a sighted person is naive and and smacks
of political correctness.
On 7/7/2020 5:35 PM, David Moore wrote:
Why did you have to point out that he can see? I do
not think of people being blind or sighted! I do not like it
when blind people do this all of the time. I do not even think
about my blindness most of the time, and I don’t think of people
being blind or sighted. I don’t like labels. people need to stop
I insulted you by saying you are sighted and young and
All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.
On 7/7/2020 6:51 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Please give up this kind of insulting
rhetoric. It's entirely uncalled for.
I really don't care how old, or blind, or not
tech savvy you are. That makes not the slightest bit of
difference that you, like all of us, have to go with the
flow of the technology stream as it goes along. You don't
get to stop the world, nor do I, nor does anyone else.
Given my track record here, and on a number of
blindness related forums, your statements go beyond just
insulting into outrageous. I suggest you think, and a lot
more deeply and carefully, before tossing out your
baseless frustration at me as though that's justified.
It's not, period. So stop.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
The purpose of education is not to validate
ignorance but to overcome it.
~ Lawrence Krauss