Probably one of the best costumes from the con that I’ve seen.
- Do not talk about an obviously disabled person in front of them as if they can’t hear or understand you.
- Do not talk to a disabled person’s companion instead of them.
- Ask permission before touching people, or their wheelchairs/other equipment. Even if you want to…
I would also add “Don’t act like walking is a better option than using a wheelchair. A wheelchair is freeing for many people and allows them to maximize their independence.”
benedict can’t do the live long and prosper sign properly
benedict accidentally does the nerdfighter gesture
benedict makes a illuminati sign
benedict makes a butt instead of a heart
his hands need their own supervisor
He’s like a small child let loose on the world.
this man should notbe allowedto leavehis homewithout supervision
This adorable little puppy!!!!
The plastic lamb though
My friend saw on Animal Planet that Golden Retriever’s mouths are so soft they can carry eggs without breaking them, so she tested it.
I wasn’t sure how to start this, so I’ll just jump right in.
My father was a cop. He was a good cop! He was a great cop. He taught me about defending people, he taught me about being honest, he taught me about helping people. I always…
"Since the Florissant/Ferguson schools have been cancelled again for the remainder of the week (haven’t even started yet) due to the situation in Ferguson, parents are meeting at the Ferguson Library on New Florissant Rd from 9-4 to work with any children from K to 12th who…
What biases does your character have? Do they have any ignorant opinions and beliefs? What do they base it on? Are there any facts that support their opinions or discredit the opposing opinions? Do they believe any misconceptions as fact that support their opinions or discredit the opposing opinions?
How did their history up to this point lead them to these biases, opinions, and beliefs? How do their biases, opinions, and beliefs effect their life and character development from this point on?