Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

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f8th
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Re: Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

Post by f8th » Sun Feb 07, 2010 11:41 pm

-My Dad has one leg
-My Mom can't run due to some muscle proplems
-I have Heartdropsy (drop down and don't have the heart to get up [I'm a lazy fuck])
-One of my friends has Cystic Fibrosis

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Re: Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

Post by Notguest » Tue Feb 09, 2010 7:02 pm

Sleet wrote:
Notguest wrote:What secret messages? Or are you joking?
Hint: There was a hyperlink in my post.
I was just wondering if you were joking or whether you were trying to say that they actually exist. I assume the former.

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Re: Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

Post by Hamadyne » Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:22 am

I have a blind friend. She's really nice. Oddly enough, she has a lot of Lilly's mannerisms.
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Re: Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

Post by Akira » Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:49 pm

I used to volunteer as a studio worker at the local radio station here in my sleepy little seaside hometown.
One of the presenters was in a wheelchair, another was blind and the station manager has some physical difficulties due to having Polio when he was younger.
Nicest lot of people I've ever met. I really miss working there, but with the UK economy the way it is just now I just can't afford to work for free anymore :( If things improve though, I'm definitely going back :D

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Re: Do you have any friends that are physically disabled?

Post by Loki » Fri Feb 12, 2010 8:00 am

Akira wrote:I used to volunteer as a studio worker at the local radio station here in my sleepy little seaside hometown.
One of the presenters was in a wheelchair, another was blind and the station manager has some physical difficulties due to having Polio when he was younger.
Nicest lot of people I've ever met. I really miss working there, but with the UK economy the way it is just now I just can't afford to work for free anymore :( If things improve though, I'm definitely going back :D
My landlord's in a wheelchair, but beyond that I don't know anyone with a physical disability

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