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Turned Away at the Drive through for Being Deaf? — 5 Comments

  1. Kirk,

    If I read your post correctly, that means you’re deaf too? If so, I didn’t know that.

    Your story above just illustrates the power of blogging. She may be deaf, but her voice comes through other means and she means to be heard.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hey Ron,

    Yes indeed. The VA has my ears stuffed with two top of the line computerized, equalized, pasteurized hearing aids and without them I’m as deaf as that proverbial post they keep talking about. And to think I used to be a decent sound engineer (lost the hearing in the service though and it’s a progressive thing).

    And I’m always glad to pass things on. That’s the beauty of blogging. No one gets away with anything if you just speak up about it and others pass it on. That reminds me, I need to stop by her blog and see how things are progressing.

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