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On Mar 29, 2012, at 4:39 AM, Alex Fink wrote:

> What I find curious is how these two arguments didn't turn out instead to be
> "English is what hearing people use; ASL is what deaf people use".  Is there
> no sort of sense among Deaf people that their own language is being
> subjugated to the hearing folks' language by English being the only form
> that is writable?

It's certainly possible that they *could* take it that way, but my experience is the same as Arthaey's: ASL is too [insert superlative adjective here] to be written; that's just for English.

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