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Mar 19, 2020


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Margaret Martin

I think it's great the Governor has an ASL translator. I took a class in ASL myself in HS and have cousins who are deaf and use ASL. But the comment about the translator standing so close is legit for discussion. Since you think you think you know what I meant by an emoji, I'll have to fill you in, the gang sign comment is something that one of my cousins have actually said to me, there is a style to ASL translation and deaf people make fun of certain translators. This translator's style has a lot of body movement to it, while others do not. I thought it was a comment on the style, not the activity itself.

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