posted on Dec, 16 2013 @ 12:37 PM
One of the newpapers in the UK said that a schizophrenia shouldn't be to the president. If they said a person with a history of violence I would
have agreed. But saying a man based on illness shouldn't have been next to him sounds like biggotry. I would like to point out that black men are a
bigger risk for going to commit violent crime, does that mean the president shouldn't be next to the president?
I think it is obvious the guys head just went. You know how it is you do a language course and then you hear real people speak it. So there he was ill
and realised that he cannor translate the american english into sign language. What would you do:
1. Do nothing and have people stare at you and wonder why you are there.
2.Pretend to do sign language and hope no one notices.
I would like to point out that at the time very few people did realise.
It must have happened before, you have taken a langauge course and then on your first interpreter gig
you cannot understand anyone.
edit on 16-12-2013 by werewolf99 because: (no reason given)