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Nick News: "Out of Sight" S1

>> SOMETIMES PEOPLE WILL SAY, "SINCE YOU ARE, UH, UH--" AND I GO, "BLIND?" AND THEY GO, "YEAH. YEAH, I WASN'T GONNA PUT IT THAT WAY, BUT YEAH." >> WHEN I HEAR MY FRIENDS TALK ABOUT, LIKE, "OH, WHEN I TURN 16, I'M GONNA GET A CAR," AND MY THING IS, I'M GONNA TURN 16, AND I'M GONNA GET A GUIDE DOG. >> SIGHTED PEOPLE CHOOSE THEIR CLOTHES BY USING THEIR VISION. FOR ME, I USE AN APPLICATION ON MY PHONE, WHICH TELLS ME THE COLOR OF CLOTHES. >> SOMETIMES I WISH I COULD SEE. IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE WHAT MY FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND I LOOK LIKE. >> I THINK BEING BLIND IS AN ADVANTAGE, BECAUSE I DON'T NEED TO SEE SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN IT. >> male announcer : THIS IS NICK NEWS WITH LINDA ELLERBEE. NOW FROM NEW YORK, HERE IS LINDA ELLERBEE. >> Ellerbee: IF YOU WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING HARDER, TRY DOING IT WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED. WALKING, RUNNING SEEM ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE. NOW TRY PICKING OUT AN OUTFIT, CHECKING YOUR E-MAIL, FINDING YOUR WAY TO SCHOOL. TRY FINDING YOUR LOCKER, YOUR CLASSROOM, YOUR DESK. TRY MAKING FRIENDS. AND THEN TRY TO IMAGINE THIS EVERY DAY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 60,000 KIDS IN THE U.S. WHO ARE NOT TRYING IT AND DON'T GET TO STOP BEING BLIND WHEN THEY'RE TIRED OF IT. WE'RE ABOUT TO MEET SOME OF THESE KIDS. GET READY FOR SOME SURPRISES. >> WHEN I LOST MY SIGHT, I STARTED TO FEEL DEPRESSED. I WAS BUMPING INTO STUFF. I DIDN'T REALIZE WHERE STUFF WAS. I FELT LIKE I COULDN'T DO ANYTHING ANYMORE. MY NAME IS SANTIAGO, AND I'M FROM HOLLISTER, CALIFORNIA. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER, I HAD MORE VISION THAN I DO NOW. A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO, I GOT AN INFECTION, WHICH BASICALLY MADE ME LOSE ALL OF MY VISION. RIGHT NOW I SEE TOTAL DARKNESS. >> SOME PEOPLE ASK ME, "WHAT DOES DARKNESS LOOK LIKE?" OR "DO YOU MIND NOT SEEING ANYTHING BUT JUST SEEING THE DARK?" AND I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT DARK IS. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT DARKNESS LOOKS LIKE, AND I GET AROUND LIKE THAT EVERY DAY. MY NAME IS XIN JU, BUT SOME PEOPLE CALL ME CAITLYN, AND I LIVE IN WISCONSIN. >> I REALLY DON'T KNOW WHAT I SEE. I GUESS IT'S JUST NOTHING. MY NAME IS CHRIS, AND I LIVE IN MARYLAND. WHEN A SIGHTED PERSON FIRST ENCOUNTERS A BLIND PERSON, IT CAN BE VERY AWKWARD. SOMETIMES PEOPLE WILL SAY, "SINCE YOU ARE, UH, UH--" AND I GO, "BLIND?" AND THEY GO, "YEAH. YEAH, I WASN'T GONNA PUT IT THAT WAY, BUT YEAH." I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH SOMEBODY USING THE WORD "BLIND." >> I'M VERY COMFORTABLE WITH BEING BLIND, SO I EXPRESS THAT, AND PEOPLE CAN TELL, SO IT MAKES THEM COMFORTABLE TOO. MY NAME IS BRITTANY, AND I LIVE IN VENTURA, CALIFORNIA. WHEN I WAS BORN, I WAS COMPLETELY BLIND, BUT I WENT THROUGH SEVERAL SURGERIES. NOW I CAN SEE SHAPES AND COLORS, AND THAT'S ABOUT IT. IF I AM ABOUT 1 TO 2 INCHES AWAY FROM AN OBJECT, I CAN SEE A LITTLE BIT OF THE DETAILS IN THE OBJECT. >> MAYBE I'LL FIND YOU A PUPPY DOG. I WAS BORN BLIND, WHICH I SEE AS A BLESSING. I MEAN, I CAN NEVER MISS WHAT I'VE NEVER HAD. MY NAME IS SOPHIE, AND I LIVE IN MANDEVILLE, LOUISIANA. I WAS BORN WITH A RARE GENETIC DISORDER CALLED FRASER SYNDROME. I LITERALLY WAS BORN WITH NO EYES. WE HAD TO CREATE EYE SOCKETS AND PUT IN THE ACRYLIC EYES. [dogs barking] I WAS IN A NICE KIND OF SMALLER TOWN. I HAVE A WONDERFULLY SUPPORTIVE FAMILY. MY PARENTS HAVE NEVER TREATED ME DIFFERENTLY. I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR FEEDING THE DOGS EVERY DAY AND, YOU KNOW, BRINGING MY DISHES TO THE SINK, STUFF LIKE THAT. >> WHAT ARE YOU EATING? >> TUNA SANDWICH. CAN I HAVE ONE? I LIVE WITH MY MOM, MY DAD, AND MY SISTER. THANK YOU. I USUALLY SPEND MOST OF MY TIME READING, WRITING, DOING SOME CHORES, AND LIKE, PLAYING WITH MY SISTER. >> THAT WAS YOUR SECOND PARAGRAPH. >> YOU GOT TO DO THREE. I FEEL THAT I CAN USE MY IMAGINATION TO UNDERSTAND THINGS IN MY OWN WAY. HE DIDN'T GET ANYTHING TO ME, BUT I GOT A GOOD KICK IN. SHE'LL HELP ME UNDERSTAND WHAT'S AROUND ME AND WHAT TO DO, AND I JUST FEEL SO GRATEFUL, BECAUSE SHE HAS SO MUCH PATIENCE FOR ME. [bright percussive music] I'M IN FIFTH GRADE AT SCHOOL. IN THE PAST, IT HAS BEEN HARD TO ADAPT TO WHAT THEY DO, BUT OVER THE YEARS, I'VE GOTTEN USED TO IT. I SOMETIMES FEEL LIKE KIDS KNOW MORE THAN ME BECAUSE THEY CAN SEE, AND I'LL HAVE TO ASK, AND I DON'T MIND ASKING, BUT SOMETIMES I JUST KIND OF FEEL LIKE THE ODDBALL. >> I ATTEND MANDEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. GETTING AROUND IS A BIT OF A CHALLENGE. THAT'S WHY I HAVE AN AIDE AT SCHOOL. I ATTEND THE SAME CLASSES AS SIGHTED KIDS. I READ THE SAME BOOKS AS THEM, AND I ENJOY THE SAME ACTIVITIES AS THEM. >> OKAY, TURN LEFT. FIND THE DOORWAY. FIND THE DOORWAY. >> LAST YEAR, WHEN I WENT TO HIGH SCHOOL, I OVERHEARD PEOPLE SAYING, YOU KNOW, "HE'S GOING TO HAVE A HARD TIME, A VERY DIFFICULT TIME, AND POSSIBLY EVEN FAIL IN NAVIGATION AND ACADEMICS." I STARTED TO LOSE HOPE, AND I WAS ACTUALLY CONSIDERING GOING TO A SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND. AND LUCKILY, I DECIDED NOT TO GO THERE, BECAUSE HONESTLY, I THINK THE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, IT TEACHES BLIND PEOPLE, BUT IT ALSO ISOLATES THEM FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD. AN ACTOR. >> AN ACTOR. EXCELLENT. >> I WANT TO LIVE IN THE SIGHTED WORLD, NOT A SEPARATE, YOU KNOW, SPECIALIZED BLIND WORLD. >> OH, ONE PIN! >> I HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS AT LUNCH. YOU KNOW, SOMETIMES WE'LL SMALL TALK BEFORE CLASS. I'M FORTUNATE THAT THE KIDS IN MY SCHOOL TREAT ME VERY WELL. I'VE HEARD OF BULLY BECAUSE OF BLINDNESS, BUT THAT HAS NEVER HAPPENED TO ME. >> SOMETIMES I EXPERIENCE MEANNESS, BULLYING FROM PEOPLE. I THINK SOME PEOPLE SEE MY BLINDNESS AS AN EASY TARGET FOR BULLYING, FOR RIDICULE, FOR, YOU KNOW, TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MY BLINDNESS. >> IN MIDDLE SCHOOL, KIDS WOULD TEASE ME. LIKE, THEY WOULD TAKE MY PENCILS AND HIDE THEM, 'CAUSE THEY KNOW I COULDN'T SEE THEM. ONE KID CALLED ME "CYCLOPS" ONCE. ALSO, ANOTHER KID SAID I WAS FAKE BEING BLIND, BECAUSE I'M NOT COMPLETELY BLIND. >> SOME COMMENTS ARE, "OH, LOOK AT THE BLIND GIRL. SHE CAN WALK." AND I FIND THAT, LIKE, TOTALLY RIDICULOUS. AND SO I WANT TO PROVE MYSELF TO THEM. I WANT TO PROVE TO THEM THAT I CAN DO ANYTHING THEY CAN DO AND THAT I WILL NOT TOLERATE ANY OF THIS NONSENSE THAT'S BEEN SPOKEN ABOUT BLIND PEOPLE. >> I'M THE ONLY BLIND STUDENT IN MY SCHOOL. EVERY YEAR I TRY TO MAKE IT A POINT TO SPEAK TO THE WHOLE CLASS ABOUT MY BLINDNESS. YES, I'M TOTALLY BLIND. I WAS BORN BLIND. BUT YOU KNOW, IT'S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD. >> HAVE YOU EVER, LIKE, BEEN UPSET ABOUT BEING BLIND? >> NOT REALLY. I MEAN, I'VE ALWAYS BEEN BLIND, SO IT'S ALWAYS KIND OF BEEN A FACT OF LIFE FOR ME. WHAT I REALLY WANT OTHER KIDS TO KNOW ABOUT ME IS, I'M BLIND, AND I'M NOT ASHAMED OF IT AND THAT BLIND PEOPLE ARE PRETTY MUCH NORMAL PEOPLE, JUST LIKE ANYBODY ELSE. BUT WE JUST MIGHT DO THINGS A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY. >> I DON'T BELIEVE THAT BEING VISUALLY IMPAIRED LIMITS ME IN ANY WAY. FOR INSTANCE, I CAN'T DRIVE, SO I JUST HAVE TO TAKE THE BUS. IT DOESN'T MAKE ME SAD THAT I CAN'T DRIVE. WHEN I HEAR MY FRIENDS TALK ABOUT, LIKE, "OH, WHEN I TURN 16, I'M GONNA GET A CAR." AND MY THING IS, I'M GONNA TURN 16, AND I'M GONNA GET A GUIDE DOG. >> SIGHTED PEOPLE CHOOSE THEIR CLOTHES BY USING THEIR VISION. FOR ME, I USE AN APPLICATION ON MY PHONE, WHICH TELLS ME THE COLOR OF CLOTHES. >> GREY. >> I CAN KNOW WHAT COLOR MY CLOTHES ARE, BECAUSE MY CLOSET IS DIVIDED INTO DIFFERENT SECTIONS INDICATED BY A COAT HANGER WITH A BRAILLE LABEL ON IT. SO I KNOW THAT EVERYTHING TO THE RIGHT OF THE HANGER LABELED "PURPLE" IS PURPLE. I WORK WITH A CANE, BECAUSE I CAN DETECT OBSTACLES IN FRONT OF ME, AND I CAN FEEL, LIKE, WHEN THE SIDEWALK IS TURNING. >> WALKING AROUND, ESPECIALLY CROSSING STREETS, IT CAN BE SCARY. I HAVE A MOBILITY INSTRUCTOR, AND HE SHOWS ME HOW TO NAVIGATE. >> YEAH, WE'RE GONNA BE LISTENING FOR THE AUDIBLE SIGNAL AGAIN AS WELL AS LISTENING TO PARALLEL TRAFFIC. >> YOU USE YOUR OTHER SENSES FOR A REPLACEMENT FOR YOUR EYESIGHT. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU'RE CROSSING THE STREET, YOU HAVE TO HEAR TO KNOW WHERE THE CARS ARE. >> MY FAVORITE SPORT IN THE WHOLE WIDE UNIVERSE IS SNOW SKIING. I HAVE AN INSTRUCTOR, WHO HAS A LONG BAMBOO POLE. I HOLD ON TO ONE END OF THE POLE, AND MY INSTRUCTOR HOLDS ON TO THE OTHER END. >> LEFT TURN. >> HE'LL VERBALLY TELL ME, "TURN LEFT, TURN RIGHT." AND MY SKIS ARE VERY ATTUNED TO THE WAY THE SNOW FEELS, SO I CAN KIND OF READ THE SNOW AND TELL WHICH WAY TO TURN. >> I DO USE A LAPTOP COMPUTER, WHICH IS JUST A STANDARD LAPTOP COMPUTER, BUT IT ALSO HAS A SCREEN READER SOFTWARE BUILT INTO IT. [indistinct electronic speech] I USE E-MAIL AND ALL THAT ONLINE STUFF. >> I WOULD SAY-- >> I TAKE IN INFORMATION MOSTLY VERBALLY, BUT ALSO, IF I DO NEED TO SEE SOMETHING, I HAVE TO USE A MACHINE CALLED A CCTV, AND IT ENLARGES THINGS ON A TV. I ONLY WISH I HAD FULL SIGHT WHEN I'M DOING HOMEWORK AND IT'S TAKING ME WAY TOO LONG. >> I USE A DEVICE CALLED A BRAILLENOTE. INSTEAD OF A MONITOR ABOVE THE KEYBOARD LIKE Y'ALL ARE USED TO SEEING, MY COMPUTER HAS A STRIP RUNNING ALONG THE BOTTOM, AND THAT STRIP IS CALLED A REFRESHABLE BRAILLE DISPLAY. AND WHEN I READ OR WRITE OR INPUT A COMMAND, BRAILLE APPEARS ON THAT DISPLAY. BRAILLE IS MADE UP OF DOTS, AND THOSE DOTS CAN BE FORMED INTO MANY COMBINATIONS. EACH COMBINATION OF DOTS REPRESENTS A LETTER OR SYMBOL. MANY PEOPLE ASK ME, "OH--" THEY SAY, "OH, WOW. HOW DO YOU LEARN BRAILLE? THAT SOUNDS SO HARD." AND MY FAVORITE RESPONSE TO THAT QUESTION IS, "HOW DID YOU LEARN PRINT? THAT SOUNDS SO HARD. LIKE, THOSE SQUIGGLY LINES, CRAZINESS. HOW DO YOU READ THAT?" >> MOM INCOMING. MOM-- >> THANK GOD I WAS BORN IN MODERN TIMES. WITH ALL THIS NEW TECHNOLOGY THAT'S BEEN COMING OUT, MANY DOORS ARE OPENING. >> SINCE I LOST MY SIGHT COMPLETELY, THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF LEARNING INVOLVED, A LOT OF OBSTACLES, A LOT OF CHANGES, AND A LOT OF THINGS TO GET USED TO. >> SOMETIMES IT IS FRUSTRATING WHEN PEOPLE OOH AND AH AT SOMETHING AND I CAN'T SEE IT. AND THEN WHEN I ASK, THEY TRY TO EXPLAIN, AND IT'S USUALLY NO HELP. >> PEOPLE WILL BE LAUGHING BECAUSE OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS OR, YOU KNOW, A JOKE, BUT IT WAS A VISUAL JOKE, AND SITTING THERE AND HEARING EVERYONE LAUGH IS KIND OF DIFFICULT, 'CAUSE YOU'RE LIKE, "WELL, I WANT TO LAUGH TOO, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M LAUGHING AT." >> ONE TIME I WAS IN THE NAIL SALON WITH MY MOM, AND THE WOMAN WAS TALKING TO HER LIKE I WASN'T EVEN THERE ASKING HER WHAT I WANTED. THAT'S SO FRUSTRATING. IT MADE ME REALLY ANGRY. >> PEOPLE MIGHT SEE ME, AND THEY'LL SEE THE CANE, AND THEY'LL BE LIKE, "OH, BLIND PERSON." AND THEY HAVE A LOT OF ASSUMPTIONS. AND AS A RESULT OF THAT, THEY HAVE A LOT OF MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT BLINDNESS. WELL, THE CLASSIC ONE IS WHEN YOU'RE IN THE AIRPORT AND THE AIRPORT EMPLOYEE COMES RUNNING UP TO YOU AND GOES, "DO YOU NEED A WHEELCHAIR? LET ME GET YOU A WHEELCHAIR." AND YOU'RE LIKE, "HOW DO YOU THINK I GOT OFF THE PLANE?" YOU KNOW, BLIND PEOPLE, WE'LL TALK AMONGST OURSELVES OR GET ON LISTSERVS AND THEN START LAUGHING AT WHAT WE CALL SUPERHELPERS AND HOW THEY JUST WON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. >> ACTUALLY, MY PROBLEM IS PEOPLE NOT HELPING ENOUGH. THEY OVERESTIMATE HOW MUCH I CAN SEE, SO I'LL ASK FOR HELP AND LIKE, "OH, CAN YOU PLEASE SHOW ME WHERE THE PUNCH IS?" OR I MIGHT BE AT A PARTY, AND THEY'LL POINT, AND I CAN'T, YOU KNOW, SEE THEIR HANDS INSTEAD OF THEM, YOU KNOW, GUIDING ME OVER TO THE PUNCH BOWL >> ONE THING THAT BLIND PEOPLE WILL FREQUENTLY ASK FOR, A SIGHTED GUIDE. SIGHTED GUIDE IS WHEN THERE'S A SIGHTED PERSON WITH YOU AND YOU WOULD HOLD THEIR WRIST, AND THEY WOULD WALK IN FRONT OF YOU AND GUIDE YOU AND MAKE SURE YOU DON'T RUN INTO ANYTHING AND MAKE SURE YOU'RE GOING THE RIGHT DIRECTION. OTHERWISE, BLIND PEOPLE ARE VERY INDEPENDENT, BUT IF A BLIND PERSON ASKS FOR HELP, THEN YOU CAN GIVE IT IF YOU WANT TO, BUT IF THEY DON'T ASK FOR HELP, THEN YOU SHOULD PROBABLY WAIT FOR THEM TO ASK FOR HELP. >> Ellerbee: THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT SIGNED INTO LAW IN 1990 PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND GUARANTEES THEM EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND ACCESS. BUT THERE ARE TIMES WHEN THE SIGHTED WORLD LEAVES THE BLIND BEHIND, AND THERE ARE KIDS DETERMINED TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT. >> THIS WEBSITE LOOKS TO BE REALLY INACCESSIBLE. >> A BIG PROBLEM THESE DAYS FOR BLIND PEOPLE IS TO ACCESS SOCIAL MEDIA SITES ON THEIR COMPUTERS. SO WHAT ME AND A GROUP OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS HAVE DONE IS CREATE AN APPLICATION THAT ALLOWS BLIND PEOPLE TO ACCESS THE SAME SOCIAL NETWORK SITES THAT SIGHTED PEOPLE USE. WITHOUT OUR APPLICATION, THESE SITES ARE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO NAVIGATE FOR A BLIND PERSON. THIS APPLICATION OF OURS JUST MAKES IT WAY EASIER FOR BLIND PEOPLE TO BE A PART OF THE REST OF THE WORLD. >> YOU KNOW, THERE'S A SAYING IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT THAT GOES, "NONE OF US ARE FREE UNTIL ALL OF US ARE FREE." IF ONE BLIND PERSON IS DISCRIMINATED AGAINST, THAT'S A PROBLEM FOR ALL BLIND PEOPLE. I'M A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND. I JUST WANTED TO CALL YOU. WE WORK TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT WHAT BLINDNESS IS AND WHAT BLINDNESS ISN'T. BUT THE PROBLEM WITH THEM IS THAT THEY'RE INACCESSIBLE TO BLIND PEOPLE. >> ACCESSIBILITY IS A BIG ISSUE FOR THE BLIND COMMUNITY. BLIND PEOPLE WANT TO BE AS INDEPENDENT AS POSSIBLE. THAT'S KIND OF HARD TO DO WHEN YOU WALK INTO A RESTAURANT AND DISCOVER, "I CAN'T EVEN ORDER WITHOUT HELP." MY DAD AND I CAME UP WITH THE IDEA OF TRANSLATING PRINT MENUS INTO BRAILLE. I GOT A GREAT AMOUNT OF SUPPORT FOR IT. RESTAURANTS SENT ME THEIR MENUS AS AN E-MAIL ATTACHMENT, AND I TRANSLATED IT INTO BRAILLE. WHEN I GO TO THE RESTAURANTS TO USE BRAILLE MENUS, IT'S REALLY EMPOWERING. >> GETTING HUNGRY? >> I MEAN, THAT'S ONE MORE THING I CAN DO INDEPENDENTLY. >> ♪ ENERGY ♪ AND YOUR FACE I DON'T BELIEVE THAT YOU HAVE TO GIVE UP YOUR DREAMS BECAUSE YOU'RE VISUALLY IMPAIRED OR BLIND. ♪ CLOSE MY EYES ♪ AND DARE TO FIGHT ONE OF MY DREAMS IS TO BE A SINGER/SONGWRITER. >> I THINK COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WILL BE MY FUTURE, YOU KNOW, MAYBE EVEN MAKE A GOOD ENOUGH APPLICATION TO OPEN UP MY OWN COMPANY. >> I'D LIKE TO HAVE SOME KIND OF CAREER WHERE I'M HELPING OTHER PEOPLE. ONE OF THE BIG THINGS I'M THINKING ABOUT IS BEING A TEACHER. >> "PEOPLE FROLIC IN THE MEADOWS AND GENTLE HILLS. MANY OF THEM ARE CHILDREN." WRITING IS TRULY MY PASSION. I MEAN, THAT'S WHAT I WANT TO DO WHEN I GROW UP. I DON'T WANT TO BE KNOWN AS THE BLIND GIRL. I WANT TO KNOWN AS THAT COOL WRITER WHO, OH, HAPPENS TO BE BLIND. >> I THINK BEING BLIND IS AN ADVANTAGE, BECAUSE I DON'T NEED TO SEE SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN IT. WE USE OUR HEARTS AND OUR IMAGINATIONS. >> [speaking indistinctly] >> BEING BLIND ISN'T A SAD THING FOR ME. IT'S REALLY NOT AS BAD AS SIGHTED PEOPLE MAKE IT OUT TO BE. SOMETIMES I WISH I COULD SEE. IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE WHAT MY FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND I LOOK LIKE. I WOULD LIKE TO SEE FOR ONE DAY, AND THEN THAT WOULD BE GOOD FOR ME. >> Ellerbee: WE'VE MET SOME EXTRAORDINARY KIDS, AND WE'VE LISTENED TO WHAT THEY WANT SIGHTED KIDS TO KNOW ABOUT THEM, WHICH IS, IN MOST CASES, THAT THEY'RE JUST REGULAR KIDS. AND WHAT'S MORE, HAVING LOST THEIR SIGHT, THEY TRY TO GIVE US SOME INSIGHT. GET TO KNOW THEM. THEN YOU'LL SEE. I'M LINDA ELLERBEE.