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Rod Liddle

Raising awareness for enraged ‘victims’ always ends in lunacy

2 December 2017

9:00 AM

2 December 2017

9:00 AM

The deaf are beginning to annoy me. They seem, paradoxically, more voluble than the blind. Perhaps this is because, understandably, deaf people suspect that their voices are not being heard. Which of course they are not, literally, by other deaf people — and in some cases this must lead to a state of suffocating paranoia.

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