(I'm not trying to knock on blind-deaf people, only they could like it because they could not experience it.) The acting is never less than sub-par. It chronicles the story of 3 friends: Too Cool, Dog and Beaver. the 7-35 year old, blind and deaf audience would probably love this movie. Privileged children will think this is a cool movie.On a dark six-mile run in a wild snowstorm in mid-December 1966, I had a terrible argument with my otherwise kindly old coach, Arnie Briggs.It was in Syracuse, New York, where God first invented snow and never let up.
I loved listening to them—until this night when I snapped and said, “Oh, let’s quit talking about the Boston Marathon and run the damn thing! ” Arnie insisted the distance was too long for fragile women to run and exploded when I said that Roberta Gibb had jumped into the race and finished it the previous April. ” he shouted, as skidding motorists nearly killed us.Arnie was actually the university mailman and a veteran of 15 Boston Marathons.He was excited to see a woman—the first—come out to run, and took slowpoke me under his training wing.Any personal information collected will be administered in accordance with the Department of Employment and Social Development Act, the Privacy Act and other applicable privacy laws governing the protection of personal information under the control of the Department of Employment and Social Development.Survey responses will not be attributed to individuals.