In this week's edition of the online Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind, Elena Roberts writes about prisoners transcribing braille. Aside from the fact jails are unscriptural, having prisoners work takes jobs away from the rest of the general public. Soon you'll call up your bucking bank and the person on the other side will be sitting in a cell wearing an orange jump suit.
In the same issue, Anne Chiapatta writes about getting her first tatoo. Aside from the fact tatoos are unscriptural, they are a bad idea from another standpoint. A few years ago, a Japanese scientist discovered it was possible to write on water, and when he wrote kind words or hateful words on it, they changed the water's character. Our bodies are 70 percent water, so what could tatoos do to our bodies?
In the same issue, Lynn Tatum writes about needing surgery for gallstones. The process for said surgery involved a sonogram. A friend jokingly asked her if she were having the sonogram because she thought she might be pregnant. I don't know. Maybe her partner Maria will get her pregnant someday.