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D P 👀 Nov 17
As a usr visiting NYC appalled that I have found cars, enen NYPD ownd light equip in my path ON Ped Sidewalks, Very dangerous at nite, Why is not ptotecting ? on EastrnPrky
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D P 👀 Nov 17
As a visitor Scary 2 walk at nite in NYC, cars & own light equip on sidewalks (gd it was day), Xtrm Danger Walk Rite Into Rear Projctn, NO warnig cones surround! Why not prtcting On Ped Sidewalks!?
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Julie Ferguson Nov 15
Replying to @Imani_Barbarin
I'm . Sometimes I lose my ... "Uh, guys? Help?" 😂
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Ariadne Obscura Nov 15
can you please ask drivers to stop lowering bus floors forcmy it’s not a walking stick and I keep losing my balance as the floor sinks without notice and my cane can’t feel the gap like I’m trained to. Only seems to be a recent thing. Thanks
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Ariadne Obscura 21h
I’m sick to death of trying to get to my bus with a that’s stopped far back and by the time people have got out of my way it drives off as I get to the door. It’s getting ridiculous.
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Ariadne Obscura Nov 11
Utter test of a bbc camera man screaming WATCH OUT! repetitively as I walk along Whitehall with a Scared me then laughs he was saying it to colleague walking backwards. She laughs at me when I say I think your telling me. Snap at her it’s not running. Totalidiots.
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Amy Bovaird Nov 11
Thanks for the great review "Though the subject of this memoir is a serious one the author has opted to present the facts and circumstances in a light, fun, style..." To see the full review,
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Amy Bovaird 13h
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Ariadne Obscura Nov 10
Walking through with no street lights only seeing painful headlights and confusing reflections. I learn routes by daylight every post, crossing high curb, narrow path then see it in my memory walking scared stiff with a it’s so scary for me.
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Ariadne Obscura Nov 11
Reported another crime unprovoked against my details here when does this end? Has it happened to you? I was having such an odd and inspiring day.
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BAWA Cane Nov 9
No more being afraid to leave your loved ones to do their own thing. BAWA Cane supports the mobility freedom of the visually impaired community.
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Maxwell Ivey Nov 13
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Amy Bovaird Nov 17
"A little bit of humor goes a long way toward conquering any setback. Amy shares hers in a wonderful way. Recommended dealing with vision issues, who love them, and everyone else!"
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Amy Bovaird 15h
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Kimberley Vircoe Nov 16
15-year old has harnessed technology to revolutionaize the traditional for the visually impaired and reminding us that success is never linear but is about re-iterating both your work and your path!
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Ariadne Obscura Nov 11
Apologies to anyone hearing me screaming profanities up Villiers stree at a man who approached me from behind in the park to sing insultis about me having a and being a bitch for not liking it. Sorry if it offended you. Thank you to the kind Marines who helped.
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BAWA Cane Nov 15
Feeling worry for your blind family member of friend as they walk into obstacles. Now they can be independent with BAWA Cane. [Image: A blind man is alerted by BAWA Cane before walking into a traffic cone]
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Amy Bovaird Nov 14
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RNIB Connect Radio Nov 13
With the theme of poll this week being white cane or guide dogs, we're finding quite a lot of you have named your cane! Let us know what name you've picked for your stick
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Amy Bovaird Nov 14
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