“A lot of people wonder what it’s like growing up blind. This is all I’ve ever known.”
He confesses that his parents wanted him to be like everyone else. They even taught him how to ride a bike, wrapped his gifts, and bought him braille board games.
Joyce Jimenez is only eleven years old, and can’t see a thing, but gosh can she sing.
She has already been heard over a quarter million times, and continues to trend through the weekend.
After hearing the news that the state of Iowa was issuing gun permits to the seeing-impaired, Jimmy Kimmel decided to take a group of blind people to a shooting range for a bit on his late night program.
The video has since gone viral over the weekend, already amassing over a quarter million views.
But instead of viewers being upset with the blind handling firearms, most are offended by the condescending way Jimmy treats his guests.
“I like Jimmy, but this felt too patronizing,” said YouTuber Frederickhf241.
“This is a poor attempt at humor; this is offensive,” commented John McClendon.
What do you think?
Now, Tom has returned to ask questions about the life of a sighted-person.
He understandably doesn’t ‘get’ how people can remember all those colors, or how can a person drive with so much to see at once moving by fast.
Fashion makes little sense to sighted-people, so naturally, Tommy can’t comprehend it all either.