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    • i think its great you are designing this game but will there be a big enough market for it? thats something im not sure of. i personally think a really great idea. there are many deaf people who miss out on many things because it isnt designed for a deaf person in mind.
    • Im learning asl because my wife and a few friends are deaf, (2) I am a firefighter and sign language is very handy in a noisy place. I watch closely when meeting some patients and sign to then when i speak to them. if they are deaf it makes it easier for me to pass on information when we are directing traffic at accident scenes. sometimes patients are deaf and i may not know it but it helps us to communicate accurately with other non signers. (3) we have had multiple requests to teach asl in our department so my wife and i are organizing as much information as we can. and (4) it is a lot of fun!
    • Hello out there Im a hearing husband of a deaf wife. Im a retired electrician and safety instructor. while i do know some sigh language this site will help me and some others in our fire department. there are not many deaf people in our community but i have a lot of deaf friends all over we have a heck of a lot of fun and they are quite patient with teaching this fumble fingered old fart that i am. so im very happy to be here!
    • Thanks a million, @tye.is.the.sky , you're a star!
    • Hello my name is tye and i am hearing! I am 13 and almost in high school. I've always wanted to learn a language but i just didn't know which one to learn so i chose ASL. ASL has been part of my life for a few days now. I've improved A LOT during my study, and i have a book by Rochelle Barlow on ASL for beginners my mom bought me. I know how to do simple introductions and a few random words but i need help in grammar and where to place my signs. I also know the ASL alphabet pretty well and i can fingerspell really well. I would love to encounter a person who knows ASL so I could practice having a conversation. Thank you for reading, and contact me if you want to talk! WISH YOU LUCK! TYE.IS.THE.SKY
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