108171679701159147 Semantics and political correctness aside, does missing one of your five senses make you disabled or handicapped? Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related
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I’m glad you are going to be manipulated by them.
And a deaf girl is handicapped just like any other girl due to that estrogen stuff.
Bite me. Men have no blood flow to their brains because it keeps exiting the body.
Did Doug take Kelly’s bait to call Denny?? Or is this you and Doug having a great debate??
Doug and I’s sentiments also.
Hell no! I even parried an attempt by Mom to bring me into it on the phone.
No debate. The debate. Cathy and I have the same opinion on the subject but it certainly makes a good blog question.
I’ll bite him for both of us. Oh, even better, I’ll “punch buggy” him.
It’s the estrogen. Without it you would have gotten the comment correct the first time.
Let’s let Webster explain it…
Disability: the condition of being disabled (ok… thanks); inabiloty to pursue an occupation because of physical or mental impairment; lack of legal qualification to do something; a disqualification, restriction or disadvantage.
Handicapped: having a physical or mental DISABILITY that substantially limits activity esp. in relation to employment or education.
So the answer is yes. The deaf boy is both handicapped and disabled. He does not receive the same learning experience, nor does he enjoy the same employment opportunities as someone with all five senses.
NOT manipulated… I meant to say NOT! ooops.
We’re not being manipulated by Kelly OR Sharon.
who does the bleeding – men or woman
i think the other comment is that god gave men a brain and a penis but only enough blood to operate one at a time