To introduce myself as a new vlogger.
Hi Betty, nice meeting you...welcome to the vloggers' world...guess what...I live on Orange street and you live on Yellow St, coool!! You have very strange face, something wrong with your webcam? LOL!! Enjoy your new blogspot girl! Good luck!! Smiles!
Hilarious! Love how you play with your camera to enhance your facial expressions... HILARIOUS! Love it and looking forward to more!! Welcome!
Well hello. your first vlog was entertaining. :) I've seen you post comments before, but nice to see you in person - even if you look like you're standing in front of a circus mirror. Ha.One comment about VRS - the interpreters are from all over the USA. When you call, you migh get someone from the northern states, or southern region, west coast or out back east. Each region in our country has different ASL dialects. This means the sign for something like "corn" may look different in the north or south. Some interpreters are new to different regional signs. Be patient with them and educate them so they learn them for future use. As for finger spelling, I think reading finger spelling on a tiny TV screen is quite challenging. Communication goes both ways. Deaf people needs to slow down to be clear and terps need to improve their receptive skills so we all communicate better. This doesn't excuse poor VRS interpreters (and there are a few out there), but my point is that if we aim to teach, slow down and help communication be clear, their won't be so much frustration. Communication is a two-way street.~ LaRonda
hi, i like something different in introducion :)
Cool visual effects! lolWelcome to the deaf vlogworld! :)
WELCOME TO OUR VLOGLAND!! Oh MY! I laughed so hard even I cried..... Oh my god!!! Good Job!!About VRS... I notice it becomes more often. It is frustrating.. It is because ASL is my language. Few interpreters meet my level. I tend to have a few min conversation with VRS operator and to see if they meet my level before I make a call. I know it takes some time but it is worth. Sometimes, the call is not that important, can tolerate making mistakes then go ahead.. You know.. As right now, we need to push interpreter community to particpate Deaf community. They are not our helpers. They are doing for the career. They continue attend workshops, events, and things like that. They also need a develop a thick skin for constructive feedback. They keep up with ASL and English translation skills. Personal Trainer has a duty to stay fitness or otherwise she or he wouldn't do the job... Same with the interpreter...Aidan
You must be joking about what happened to one of your VRS interpreters who grossly misunderstood you like that. I never seen any VRS interpreters like you experienced. Since you use your "circus" special effect video, I think you were just joking and were trying to be funny.
What is next, Freddy Krueger vlogging? Jason? Or even worse, Michael Myers of Halloween fame?*evil laugh*Good introduction!
Hi,Welcome to vlogland! Your face made me laugh hard!Anyway, you can always hang up if the interpreter does not do a good job, I know it may sound rude or even harsh, but the interpreter is not providing equal and accessible communication. Imagine how the person on the other line may be feeling, they may wonder what is going on and feel uncomfortable. One time I had a terp who was distracted, i thnk he was looking at the computer several times and interpreting, he did not do a very good job. I think i711.com relay interpreters are great, they do a good job. So I guess you have to shop around and find which relay services offers the best interpreters.
HIIIIII Betty (ha)YOURE sooooooo funnny.. I laughed so hard and even my tummy shakes so hard. Youre the best!!!!Yea that happen to me too! arughhh Terps should have be more qualified. Darn! HugsSB
Good Laugh! Welcome to your vlogger and will see more of your vlogs.
B.A.D....thanks for leaving comment on my new vlog....it appears your first vlog screen looks lot better than my blurry vlog...JK.Nice meeting you and see you more often online now. NightOwl
whew your vlog was sooooooooooo funny. really made my friend and myself laughed so hard enough to tear and tummy pain......you did excellent job and pls do more of VLOGGGGGGGGGG LIKE THIS........HEHE YELLOW ST OH THAT FUNNY. thanks for sharing.
hi my name is lindseyan i am in the 11th grade an i would like to ask how to make it ezeyer to understand ASL so i get what i am doing in school so i can also help with utheres that can not here you when you are talking to them it would be nice to know what i am doing lol...so i would like to learn how to do it but i would also like to learn how to make it ezery for me to understand how to do it an how ti lear my abc to becuesa i dont really understand it as will as i should understand it but i hope you can help me with my things that i have to do in ASLthanks alot it is alot of help thanks agein
hi my name is lindseyan i would like to ask you so thingsabout ASLbecusea i have a hored time trying to get it so i will like it you could maybe tell me how you did it an that mite maybe help me alotan i thank you lotsthanks lindsey
Your first vlog is funny... it made me laugh... yeah i have problems sometimes with VRS terps understanding my signs too...
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