[nfb-talk] Inaccessible appliances!
rosekm at earthlink.net
Tue Feb 21 03:02:29 UTC 2012
I think you can probably just use paypal if you don't have a credit card.
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Behalf Of Joshua Lester
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 6:36 PM
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Subject: Re: [nfb-talk] Inaccessible appliances!
I had some of the dots, that were supposed to stick on the numbers.
The dots wouldn't stick!
I'm going to order those beads, if it turns out, that nothing else will
Thanks for that idea!
On 2/20/12, d m gina <dmgina at samobile.net> wrote:
> You are wishing the wave to talk?
> If it were me, I would mark the wave and when you can buy an expensive
> one, I would do it then.
> You can get the rubber beeds or whatever they are called from the nfb
> they have large medium and small for a nice price.
> We got the large set as well as the medium set.
> Just some thoughts.
> Original message:
>> Hi, it's Joshua Lester.
>> My microwave stopped working, a few weeks ago.
>> Now, my family has this inaccessible one, that has a touch screen.
>> I hate touch screens, on anything!
>> I heard, that Walmart sells an accessible microwave, called the Cook
>> I went to Walmart's Website, and they have it, but the store 30 miles
>> away from my hometown, doesn't have it.
>> The employees have never heard of it either.
>> I thought it was illegal, for companies to make inaccessible appliances!
>> What's the problem?
>> Why are stores still allowed to sell them?
>> Something's wrong with this!
>> Thanks, Joshua
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