That logic was enough to get me to drop it, but I still thought about it. I waited for my siblings or friends to reveal it was them all along and relish in my reaction, but no one ever claimed the prank, and they looked genuinely disturbed when I told them about it. I hope it was just a random dial prank, but I do still wonder about that.1) When deaf people read, do they think in sign language (imagining the hand motions, etc) or do they think of actual symbols and objects?2) Less seriously, if someone were to draw out/have pictures of signs, could a deaf person “read” it?I didn see any responses answering your questions.
Gumball Machines: I not sure the proper terminology here, but around the area there are these token operated apparatuses that look like gumball machines. From what I understand, staffers (clearly denoted by their black or white 747 Warehouse t shirt), are spontaneously passing out 747 specific tokens, which can then be used to turn the crank on these machines. Out will drop a clear plastic ball, where, inside, you either find a collaborative sneaker pin, or some golden ticket.
Billiards BallsThese balls are used in Cue sports, these games are played by multiple balls at a time on a special table top. There are 3 major divisions of Cue sports each one having balls of different size and vivid printed ‘patterns and numbers’ on them. Typically there are three kinds of ball in a game 1) solid ball (fully colored with a number printed on it) 2) stripe ball (white ball with a colored stripe on it with a number) 3) cue ball (white ball heavier than other used as a striker) Other physical characteristics are on the link..
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