DeafDigest Mid-Week edition – June 19, 2018
— vague drone law about the deaf
Drone is officially called “Small Unmanned Aircraft
Systems” by the Federal Aviation Administration.
People just call it the drone. If one wishes to use
the drone for business purposes, then the FAA says:
Be able to read, speak, write, and understand English
(exceptions may be made if the person is unable to
meet one of these requirements for a medical reason,
such as hearing impairment)
Is FAA saying that if a deaf person cannot read
or speak or write or understand English, then
he may be given a license to operate a drone?
A picture is at:
— Marlee Matlin, the producer
Marlee Matlin, the actress. Now Marlee Matlin, the
producer. She is coming up with a new deaf
documentary, aired by A&E on September 5th.
The title is “Deaf Out Loud” and it features
three deaf families trying to raise their
deaf children in a hearing world.
— deaf and hearing and deaf and hearing, back and forth
DeafDigest has mentioned video character Hawkeye
as deaf. Actually he is back and forth – deaf and
hearing, deaf and hearing, deaf and hearing, and
Deaf jobs – latest update
Barry’s collections of past articles (with today’s update)
— professor, honest or insulting
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