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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Wait ... what?

9 comments:

Tal Hartsfeld said...

Probably checking Amazon.com for good deals on guide dogs.
What's the big deal about that?

Bob Loblaw said...

Great way to get through the hordes downtown. Just take a white stick and watch the waves part (and you always get a seat on the subway too!)

Ed said...

Let's not judge the guy too harshly. Plenty of vision loss conditions prevent people from seeing clearly at a distance. My mother in law's sister has retinitis pigmentosa and she can see clearly up to a few feet away but needs a white cane to walk around because she can't see the ground.

Plus the guy may have the settings on his phone set to very large font and pictures.

C.J. Smith said...

No judge.
Just a what. And now the what has been answered. Thank you.

Ed said...

There are other people who will judge and proclaim a scammer without thinking about it. That's the nature of our me first society.

Personally I like to wait for all the facts before making judgement. I'm so old fashioned.....

gattaca said...

There are different types of vision loss - some can lose their peripheral vision, some can't see at night well, some have vision but it's cloudy and so on. This guy probably has his central vision if he can read but since he has a white cane, he probably can't see too far or people walking right beside him (in a subway that means constantly bumping into people).

Bob Loblaw said...

I sometimes pretend to be deaf when listening to my wife. Same thing right?

Anonymous said...

I'm glad that you know his story and can judge him.

C.J. Smith said...

Calm your butt hurt.