The Spectrum of Disability — Not Everything is Absolute

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This was triggered by a post that I saw circulating on Facebook. It was one of those “Can you spot what’s wrong with this picture?” memes.

The picture, which I won’t link out of respect for the unknown person it, shows a woman with a red-tipped blindness cane and a cell phone. She’s on the sidewalk and appears to be texting.

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