[nfbmi-talk] Voice on the Go generated email
tonyasmith75 at live.com
Tue Feb 1 20:52:54 UTC 2011
Wow, that's cool. You know Georgia you know you're the only person who actually admits that. Nobody else said anything about it, I guess everyone is kind of like in the delusional state. I don't mean that in a bad way, I just you know knows responded. I mean everyone's like oh yeah yeah yeah you know like I mean nobody even addressed the issue. So I'm glad you did and I appreciate that but you know so yeah. I mean I have to agree with Greg, I mean it's like if you guys are gonna provide something and you should make upon **** so we shouldn't have to pay for it cos why should we you know but hey you know I guess that's the way just corrupt country is right? And yeah it is kinda corrupt because people don't think about things like that. They just put it out there and expect us to raise money ourselves and afford it. Well guess what not everybody can, you know. So and just like not everybody has audio stream like you know like other people do, I don't. So you know whoever has the audio stream don't you think it will be fair to put it on to send me a voice copy? Well that's why you can't do that because my Voice On The Go doesn't do the voice sounding copy unless someone else has Voice On The Go which I don't
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> Original Message:
> From: Georgia Kitchen <ghkitchen at comcast.net>
> Sent: February 1, 2011 3:25:24 PM
> To: NFB of Michigan Internet Mailing List <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
> Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] Voice on the Go generated email
> Hi Tonya,
> Yes, we may get a storm here also.
> It will be probably 20 to 50 years before blind folks actually drive on the
> regular road all the time by themselves. That is just my estimate. It took
> around 30 years before the Kurzweil Reading Machine became somewhat less
> expensive for some blind folks to afford.
> I have to listen to the demo. I am glad you saw the drivers on TV, I missed
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tonya Smith" <tonyasmith75 at live.com>
> To: "National Talk" <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 7:14 AM
> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] Voice on the Go generated email
> Hi, this is Tonya. I am watching the news and here in Michigan we are
> suppose to get a storm with ice and stuff like that. They are just
> broadcasting it today. We had a few inches of snow but later on tonight
> about midnight or so or earlier into the morning, we are going to have like
> 4 inches or more, 4 to 6. So anyway, whoever is from Michigan or I do not
> know if it is in wherever you guys are from, but anyway be careful. I am
> going out to the store today. I am going to get some water and some stuff.
> Anyway, oh and I also wanted to let you know that in case anyone who was
> asking, my Voice On The Go cannot access the file, in order words it does
> not do web links so I cannot access the file. But my husband did say that it
> was great that the blind driver challenge was going on, it was even on the
> news so yeah. But he is still kind of wondering who is going to cover the
> cost and who is going to, and he said to me, well I know that it will be
> interesting to drive on a track but on highway it would kind of scary
> because all of the roads have to be done and stuff like that.
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