[Nfbc-info] Growing up Fisher

Chela Robles cdrobles693 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 19:07:54 UTC 2014

I actually like Christopher Gorum playing Augie Anderson, I remember he 
also has a kid with a disability as well and he did get blindfolded to 
see what his character for the show is like and I'm sure her learned a 
little bit of braille. Even if he didn't, then still I think he is doing 
a good job.

Teachers have a sacred task:
It is to give children the skills to understand the world and an expectation that the world is a trustworthy place; that it is full of light, and love, and music and that each student deserves--and will have--their own place in it and the chance to play their own song.
And, as much of these expectations are transmitted non-verbally—and in Chela’s case--out of sight…it is the voice and touch of a Teacher that sheds light on what the world can be.
Academics—and no one will ever change my mind on this—take a distant second place. —Dr. Bil Hawkins
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On 4/22/2014 9:23 AM, Fred's Win7 Catastrophe wrote:
> Thanks Brian,
> Great review! I'll give the show another chance. Their web sites do 
> mention that several different writers wrote each episode. I wonder if 
> our Writers Division could generate some scripts?
> Acting? How hard could that be? I'd bet that most of our Federation's 
> teachers, lawyers, and salespeople could act better than most sighted 
> actors could play a realistic blind person. Not to mention the members 
> of the Performing Arts Division. I've never liked able bodied actors 
> playing roles of disabled folks. Or skinny actors playing roles of 
> fluffier people, white folks playing the roles of Native Americans, 
> and so on. I'm sure one of us could also play the role of Auggie in 
> Covert Affairs, too!
> I'll make some time for GUF tonight,
> Fred
> At 10:16 PM 4/21/2014, you wrote:
>> Hello Fred. I've been following this show. While I can't speak too
>> much to the acting, I think the premise of the show is a good one and
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