Thu Nov 25 14:55:26 EST 2004
There's an infamous story in these parts (Tallahassee, FL) about a young
Ray driving a motorcycle on the city streets. I have some serious doubts
myself but I have witnessed blind people trying to do things sighted
people do. In fact I once played darts with a blind man in a juke joint
in Pensacola. He was pretty good if you gave him a couple of warm up
shots and told him how close he was to the bullseye. It was all fun and
games until he missed the dart board, the outcropping wall it was
attached to, and scored a direct hit to the head of the bass player's
instrument. (That's MUSICAL instrument, don't get carried away) We moved
on to bumper pool.
Ricky Stevens wrote:
> Apparently he could also see well enough to write charts for sessions. He
> also drove a golf cart around his place in Louisiana.
> Fact is stranger than truth.
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>>ok.........here's my one question about "ray".........ray obviously shot
>>many times by himself...according to the movie.........which means
>>syringing, and hitting a vein.....blind? that seems difficult?
>>(obviously inexperienced with this particular finery of life)
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