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A lot of deaf people actually really enjoy music. If they turn it up loud enough they are able to feel the vibrations from the music, especially the drums.

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Governor I quite enjoy watching you snap at people who correct you, so here goes. It's feel*. Pretty sure feal is not a word, considering it keeps getting autocorrected to deal.

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Sorry that was a mistake . In the one that got so many thumb downs i spelled it right. ...i was gonna snap at you cause in The first comment i spelled it right i didnt realize about the other comment. I know how to spell feel -.-

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Deaf people can talk. It's harder to learn because, yes, they can't hear, but I have several friends who are deaf and they can both speak and read lips to know what I am saying without signing

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Deaf people can actually listen to music. They can feel the vibrations and if the music is really loud. Not all deafness is hearing nothing. Some people can hear little sound. I can hear some.

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It's like this one time when I was about to fall asleep and I started thinking how do deaf people hear their phones ringing? Then I came to the conclusion that it must be a combination of vibration and visual help and when I was happy with my answer I realized deaf people don't talk on the phone >.<

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Deaf people do talk on the phone. Before there was texting, there was TTY and relay. The phone would flash a strobe light when a call was coming in.

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37, You ought to reread 5's comment because he ays "trying to exlain colours to blind people." He said nothing of colour blind people, so you're aurgument is invalid.

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(Before anyone harps me for it, said**, explain**, and argument**. It's only three AM, and I've been rudely awakened twice by a screaming baby.)

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no he said the wrong one... you're is you are... are you suggesting he meant to say 'so you are argument is invalid'?? case closed waffle

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88- No he used the wrong version of it.. It is "your". Otherwise it would say "You are argument is invalid."

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88 - did you mean to say the original poster used the right one? because you stated he used the wrong one and then explained how it was right :)

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deaf people can still feel the vibrations from the beats so really it was still a normal question....

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Just imagine a deaf person listening to hardcore dubstep that is practically 100% bass? Do you think they would think it's an earthquake?

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15-I'm pretty sure you're referring to Ludwig Van Beethoven. Maybe I'm wrong, but if you're implying a famous composer, then it is Beethoven.

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Yeah I'm not sure how common it is but some deaf people still listen to music, I think it mostly tends to be those who became deaf rather than those born deaf. There's even a deaf dj called Frankie Wilde I think and he's quite good!

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Although Beethoven did this, deaf people can still enjoy music with speakers placed on the floor. It's done at the local deaf school here for their dances.

Deaf people can still enjoy music, they can feel vibrations and such. He probably has a certain beat he likes :) I'm sure he understands.

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I think telling the truth in this situation would be better. "sorry I was really enjoying the conversation and didn't realize what I had said till it was too late!" that's kind of flattering... At least I think so.

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