Post by blindguitarist on Jul 27, 2020 9:51:40 GMT -5
I'm not sure if anyone will remember me here. It's been at least four years since I logged in. For most of that time, ProBoards had an inaccessible CAPTCHA I couldn't deal with, so I eventually gave up trying to reset my password. Some time between then and now, they've switch to re-captcha, which I can use. so... I'm back!
And, I'm still single and very much looking for something serious/long-term... at least once we're allowed to travel again.
Wouldn't that be great though? Let's consider the pandemic enforced communication time where we slowly get to know each other, and if a vaccine emerges in a year's time, then we can shift into high gear and meet!
I'm a 40-something blind guy in Ontario Canada. I still do some audio work and teach guitar, but I'm about to start re-training as a website accessibility consultant.
Wait, did I say I was in my 40's? Um, let me re-phraze that... I'm 25, plus shipping and handling.
My sense of humor is dark/warped/sarcastic and I have only the slightest of filters...
I prefer cats to dogs.
I look forward to getting to know some of you again.
P.S. Ask a blind guy anything... either in the general part of the forum or privately... no question off-limits.
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Since u r a musician, may i ask a question? I listen to classical music and other kind of music a lot, Sometimes i noticed there is a blind musician in the orchestra. Since folks in the orchestra take Visual cues from conductor mostly, i am wondering how does the blind musician get his cue from the conductor?