I'm deaf

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I'd say to them before games: I'm deaf, please be aware if you're calling 'hands off', I might not be able to hear you.
Glen Nelson told Milwaukee native Chris Klusman that he should be a priest, Klusman's response was, "I can't, because I'm deaf.
As the joke goes, a journalist once asked a man about the secret to his happy marriage that lasted 50 years, and the man answered: Speak up; I'm deaf.
I'm deaf because of measles and some people have died because of it," she warned.
He said: "The fact that I'm deaf myself means that I'm able to relate to deaf people on a much more personal level, making it easier to guide them through the cooking process.
Nobody had ever said that--'maybe you should shut yourself in where you don't have to interact with people,' just simply because I'm deaf.
It also lets people know I'm deaf because people can't tell just by looking at you.
There's no talking me out of it, so don't bother e-mailing to say I'm getting in the way of the natural order of things, because I'm deaf to it.
What I'm doing [in my research] is explaining why I'm deaf," says Steyger, who investigates hearing at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.
I am an arts practitioner first and foremost and that I'm deaf is a fact but it is secondary.