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Ten things blind people don't care about

by Ouch Team

Ever wondered about some of the things that blind people just don't care about? Here's our handy top ten list.
Top Ten

  1. The sky

  2. Ceefax

  3. Name badges

  4. Tom and Jerry

  5. Tracing paper

  6. The moon

  7. 3D

  8. Speed cameras

  9. Birds

  10. Widescreen


  • 1. At 10:08pm on 11 Jan 2009, Debbie wrote:

    Post-it notes.
    Oh, and I think accessible name badges could be lots of fun!

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  • 2. At 09:56am on 04 Mar 2009, gvandcrew wrote:

    another one for the list is art galleries.
    However I definately care about birds. Walking around and hearing them sing, twitter and chat to each other enhances an otherwise boring walk through parks, woods etc. early morning bird song changes with the season: spring and summer would not be the same without bird song.
    hooray for tactile name badges, yes please!

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  • 3. At 10:00am on 04 Mar 2009, gvandcrew wrote:

    Don't care about art galleries.
    definately care about birds. life without birdsong would be very dull. walking in parks and woods is boring without the chat, twitter and song of birds. early morning birdsong changes from season to season, waking up in spring and summer is made so much better when greeted by the early morning dawn chorus.
    yes to tactile name badges,

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  • 4. At 08:35am on 25 Jun 2009, Cornishandy wrote:


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  • 5. At 8:15pm on 25 Jun 2009, cazzie wrote:

    i do care about birds i hear them out my window every day, god and there so lourd
    where do you got these facts from! that blind people dont like you made them up,

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  • 6. At 03:28am on 27 Jun 2009, babymere13 wrote:

    constellations, the rainbow, magic eye, how to solve a rubix cube (unless they have a braille one, which would be amazing).

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  • 7. At 09:00am on 01 Jul 2009, mmf11111 wrote:

    Your new haircut

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  • 8. At 9:25pm on 09 Jul 2009, Mia S.H. Analova wrote:

    My husband has a braille rubix cube (ok, so it's actually a normal one with braille sticker on the outside, but you get the idea). He still can't solve it!

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  • 9. At 6:27pm on 12 Jul 2009, myrtlemaid wrote:

    I care about birds and the sky and the registered blind/SVI but can see all of these..

    looks like the person who dreamed these up didnt take into account that most Reg Blind/SVI people do have *some * vision and thus will care about these things as much or as little as someone who is "sighted.

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  • 10. At 11:44am on 13 Jul 2009, therealHimself wrote:

    I completely agree with myrtlemaid and think we should pity the limited intelligence of the compiler of this list.

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