Any deaf people "listen" to the show?

Spokker

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By reading MarksFriggin.com? I've always wondered. The guy puts up this huge repository of shit that happened on the show that it's almost obsessive. Do deaf people read it and get sucked into the world of Howard that way?
 

wwfmike

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I'm not deaf but I've read Marksfriggin when I've been in hotels and unable to listen to the whole show.

He really provides an amazing service.
 

jamesp717

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Hey Now

Speak up will ya ? I am deaf in one ear and cant hear out of the other. :crazy:
 

Elwood

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(thread translated as a courtesy for our blind listeners)
 

kryptonite

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Well, if you have an impairment of vision, you can get devices which magnify words on a computer screen. I think Microsoft even supplies one in Windows. I believe you could also get software which "speaks" whatever words appear on the screen.

I'm sure people read MarksFriggin as their show experience. I know I do whenever I miss a show.