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Amish Hair-Cutting Hate Crime Trial Set To Begin -
By GREGORY J. KRIEG and COLLEEN CURRY, go.com
The trial of members of a breakaway Amish sect charged with hate crimes for cutting off the beards and hair of other Amish men and women is set to begin Monday in an Ohio court.
The government revealed Friday that horse mane shears, along…
Motivational Poster #32
by Mark Remy |, runnersworld.com
Maybe next week I’ll return to fartlek jokes and beer-and-flying-robot-themed posters. But today, here’s another one on the serious/sappy end of the spectrum:
For links to all previous Motivational Posters, click here.
I totally agree. Parents need to give the chance for the child to decide what kind of life they want to live. The implant is not for everyone! I don’t have a problem with the option of getting a cochlear implant but I do have a problem with underage implanting!
Just ‘cause this isn’t twitter doesn’t mean it’s not trending. Stop the trend. Say ‘No’ to Underage Implanting.
[“I don’t have time to learn ASL. Why change my life to fit him, when I can just fit him .. with a cochlear implant?” said 80% of parents who had a Deaf child in 2012.]
Statistics are scary.
You Don’t Listen!
Deaf Job -
I am not at that job anymore that I took one year ago. Partly because I want to be an entrepreneur, and partly because I am Deaf and they were unaccommodating. I thought they might be willing to work with me due to their progressive, liberal stance on social issues. I won’t get into details about the Disability Discrimination now because I’m not sure if maybe revealing this information could be used against me. In fact, all the while I had been employed at that job, I wanted to blog about issues I was having. But I was afraid that I would get in trouble for expressing my view of things regarding being Deaf in the Workplace.
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Language: How I Learned a Language in 90 Days(via @Lifehacker) -
Becoming bilingual opens up a whole new world of different people, different cultures, and different emotions. It also takes a huge time commitment—one that many of us can’t dedicate to.
DC police chief issues order defending citizens’ right to record police
By Kimber Streams, theverge.com
Washington DC’s police chief Cathy Lanier has issued a general order that explains the public’s constitutional right to photograph and record and gives officers detailed instructions for how to respect this right. The order, as first…
Sophie Aschauer’s Beautiful SerpentSea Rugs Are Made From Upcycled Marine Rope | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Bridgette Meinhold INTERVIEW: Artist R Nelson Parrish Talks About His Eye-Popping Bioresin Color/Fast Installation INHABITAT: How does the term Colorfast describe your latest show? R Nelson Parrish: The term Colorfast originally is a textile industry term derived at the beginning of the last century. It defines how a color cannot fade, wash out, or be diluted over time, and ultimately the color stays the same. Whether it be in […] READ MORE >, inhabitat.com
Unless you grew up at the seashore or work in the sailing industry, you’ve probably never thought about what happens to marine rope once it’s no longer useful aboard a boat. Thankfully, there are artists like Sophie Aschauer who live to sa…
Existence is justified by virtue of being, not doing.
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