July 2005 archive

Religious Services for the Deaf

I’ve always disliked going to services. I can’t follow and I am bored out of my mind. I’ve seen articles like At Synagogues, Services Open Doors for the Deaf as there are a few places that do this. It’s great. I admit a lot of the boredom is my own fault, but we also do …

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Smoke Detectors

When I was six-years-old, I was in a full-fledged burning house fire at my grandparents’ house. Grandma and I were playing cards in the dining room while Grandpa was working in the kitchen, spiffying it up for the upcoming holiday. One of my fondest memories of Grandma is our card games. I can’t remember the …

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Cowboy Who Is Deaf

Yee haw! Would you believe there is a person who is deaf that’s a cowboy? 19-year-old Clint Thomas competes in steer wrestling, calf roping, and team roping. He started competing when he was 10 years old and won the Georgia junior all-around. How does a person get into the sport of rodeo? His dad was …

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