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From: Tom Brennan
Date: 09 Oct 2008
Time: 10:40:03 -0500
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
I really liked this one. This is a great way of looking at stuttering. Because you specifically discuss "hiding" the fruit from others, I am wondering how much of stuttering behavior and even stuttering itself is visual in nature. Do you feel that a blind stutterer might have fewer problems because their perception of visually hiding their stuttering would most likely be different? This, of course, assumes that the stutterer was blind from birth orshortly thereafter as having developed visual ideas of the world might well alter the way they hid things.