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November 12, 2010 My Deaf Event Experience On the ride to the event, I wondered if everything I was taught in my first American Sign Language lessons would actually materialize and help me understand what I was about to see. I must admit I was a bit nervous and unsure of what to expect. When I walked up to the ticket booth, I was able to sign how many tickets I needed and respond. I was so overjoyed because I did not forget what to do and very humbled by how the understanding and accepting attitude from the ticket booth staff. As I walked into the theater, I was quite amazed at how noisy it was because it was my understanding it would be a quiet environment. I knew that people would possibly be signing; instead, the vocal noise that took me by surprise. To be completely honest, I felt more at ease because it was not as stern as I expected it to be. The interaction from the audience made it much more entertaining, and John Warren was quite funny and captivating. He was captivating in how
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