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Archive

Welcome to the Archive of North of the Stupid Line. The posts on this blog actually date back to 10 January 2001, which means that at the time of writing this post, I have...

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Life

I was just having a wee and had the sudden thought that life truly is fleeting. Having had a few glasses of wine with dinner and feeling a bit tipsy, I was staring down...

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Apprentice Trainer

I am posting about this on my blog as I’m really passionate about this initiative and would be grateful if word could be spread among the young Deaf community about this fantastic opportunity. For...

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Cochlear Implants

I recently had an audiogram with a new audiologist who I’d never met before because I’d been having difficulties “hearing” with my then digital hearing aids and thought that my hearing had deteriorated as...

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Making the law work for Deaf people

Originally posted on the RAD Deaf Law Centre blog, Making the law work for Deaf people. It’s a well established fact that RAD Deaf Law Centre’s vision is “making the law work for Deaf...

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A cruel hearing world?

The hearing world is a cruel one. Fact. As a solicitor specialising in disability discrimination law, not a day goes by where I don’t hear first hand experiences from Deaf individuals about the barriers...

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Coffee and Twitter

Having been on an Institute of Directors course in a remote location in the heart of Warwickshire for the past week, I have been lamenting on the significant role of coffee and Twitter in...

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The law is an ass

RAD Deaf Law Centre’s stint the Solicitors Group Law 2012 was a real eye opener for me this week. An event that took place over 3 days, I was there with RAD colleagues for...

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Vertigo: an update

I realised its been quite some time since I updated you all about my vertigo following my severe attack back in May 2012. I’d like to say that I’m 100% better and back to...