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Living out in the sticks has it's advantages, for example having neighbors that have chickens, a rooster and a random turkey that likes to follow people for some reason.

Using my audiogram to simulate the best I can to show you what normal audio sounds like for regular hearing, for a mild deaf to a corrected audiogram (audiogram is developed for use with conduction headphones for those with mixed hearing loss).

A friend of mine online needed help being able to introduce himself using sign. This phrase is "Hello. My name is Matt."

Indie horror short film, a dimensional anomaly prevents a man from being able to leave the restroom after taking a much needed leak in this teaser introducing Journal of Paradox.

Robbing the bank as properly as I can in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. I didn't end up getting 100% completion in the bank as there are things I was missing in there that I could've otherwise gotten.

DLive Channel: https://dlive.io/@outtheshellvlog

I got asked by someone dating a deaf guy if all deaf people are super loud, this is my response to it.

Unboxing and testing the Fifine Tech USB Microphone from Amazon.

DLive Channel: https://dlive.io/livestream/outtheshellvlog/

Amazon Link for the Mic: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01D4HTIOY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (It's not an affiliate link, chilld your britches.

Answering physics related questions from the CryptoDeaf discord server on channel #for-science and from the livestream's chat. Questions about quarks, quark stars, strange stars, strange matter and the Earth's stratosphere have already been posited and lined up to be answered.

This is a replacement for a busted hearing aid for my left ear by Britzgo, but since I already have ample experience using these listening devices, I'm unboxing the replacement so you guys will know what to expect with your package and what to expect with them. I'm doing the review because I'm on the extreme side of the hearing loss using these as hearing aids.

Product being reviewed: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073DHFWLY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Correction from the video, it wasn't CVS I bought it from it was Walgreens. And they do have the extra ear canal pads. The quality overall in the rest of the review is accurate. This is the MSA 30X hearing amplifier from WalGreens available also at CVS Pharmacy and Walmart.

It's cookie clicker, what else do you expect from it?

Clicker game like cookie clicker, but not cookie clicker.

In regards to health insurance providers, including medicare and medicaid, that refuse to cover the cost of hearing aids and/or cochlear implants in order to save money by incorrectly categorizing them as "Cosmetic Devices" and seem more than OK with treating the various health and mental health issues that arise from untreated hearing loss and deafness.

People involved heavily in deaf culture claim to be caring for both the deaf and hard of hearing, however the story of many hard of hearing folks trying to integrate into deaf culture are essentially the exact same kind of experience I've had trying to integrate into deaf culture. And the advocacy Deaf Culture deafs have for the hard of hearing actually don't help the hard of hearing like they want it to.

Sure they have the status of "Charity" legally, but practically are they really a charity when they're actively milking the people they claim to be in support of of money while giving their CEO's huge bank to boot? Your charities seem to be more out to hurt us than to help us.

It's a semi common question I get that if I know how to sign, why don't I sign and speak verbally with my voice at the same time. Well I answer that question and show as to why, also go into some of the signs between what my family called IS vs ASL, how they're different as well but yet still so similar.

I'm tired of other deaf people who were born deaf and entrenched in deaf culture from the onset insisting that deafness isn't a disability. It hurts mainstreamed deaf people greatly.

There are good and bad social justice warriors. Unfortunately the bad ones are the ones most common and do things for all the wrong reasons, provided they're not fucking things up doing such.

Describing what things sound like to me with my conduction headset, hearing aids and without my listening devices as for what I can and can't hear to give an idea to the hearing to clear up to myth that all deaf people hear absolutely nothing.

Two gay furries talk about misc crap, change vape coil, get drunk-ish on stream, satisfaction guarenteed or your virginity back. Apparently my roommate knows a hell of a lot about guns, firing guns, gun safety, overall firepower, etc. We also dive into our own troubled pasts involving being bullied in school, getting in trouble at school, why we got in trouble and what happened to us as a result of it.

Things for tourists visiting the United States of America for the first time need to keep in mind about our cultures and Americans in general.

Was asked on Tumblr about what I can and cannot hear with and without my listening devices. So here's my answer. And no my signs aren't ASL, I can't stand ASL.

My deafness wasn't profound enough to require cochlear implants, but rather hearing aids. I was able to hear but mostly low volume vowels from people's speech, couldn't hear my foot steps, doors, the door bell, running water, the sound of the fridge or various vents like bathroom vent, kitchen vent, etc. I went from not hearing all these various noises to finally being able to hear them and it blew my freaking mind. Sorry for the quiet speaking, I wasn't accustomed to hearing my own voice amplified so I didn't have any clue how loud or soft I was speaking.

The fact that I can hear these various sounds in my own environment live is astonishing and something that's definitely going to take time to get used to. I also learned I have to turn the hearing aids off when I enter a crowded area like McDonalds or Walmart because the wall of noise is atrocious. I prefer to be deaf in those environments.

Discussing (vocally) what it's like with the new bone conduction headphones and my experience with listening to people talk.

Got the new, higher quality bone conduction #headset in, made of titanium, these guys are amazing, higher quality sound too than the previous flimsy one that broke.

Going to admit, the first song I listened to with these things, I actually literally cried. I didn't think I would honestly. I'm suspecting when I have my listening devices finally in that I'll likely have an overwhelming emotional reaction to that too. I honestly figured I'd be the type to not break down like that, guess I was wrong.

I'm using signed exact English, I need to get used to talking, I can talk.

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Deaf vlogger, science fiction author, gamer, developer and theoretical physicist. My content is a misc grab bag of gaming, science, vlogs and livestreams. I tend to not delve too heavily into the political climate.

I have a profile on Minds http://www.minds.com/cryptodeaf you can follow me there.