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My mind.

My mind.. I'll let you think bout that for a little while.. This isnt really a joke, but more of a serious question that I cant get out of my head, The question

I'll let you think bout that for a little while.

This isnt really a joke, but more of a
serious question that I cant get out of my
head,
The question is this...
If you have always been deaf, who' s voice
do you think in'?'?
is it even in a language?
On a semi related subject... Could I make
myself think in a different voice at all
times, subconciously?
What if I listened to Morgan Freeman for a
year, , and never heard anyone
else' s voice? I' d like to think that its
possible for my mind to be narrated by
Morgan Freeman
Or maybe that optimus prime dude...
Anyways... if you can help answer my
questions, thatd be great.
Thank you for your time.
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User avatar #4 - Kiwi the panda (10/11/2010) [-]
Let me enlighten you. if your born deaf, you can still speak. only problem is you can't hear what your saying even if you KNOW what your saying. in which case one would read a very descriptive book in order to tell one what this sounds like. if someone said

I'm sitting, they may repeat it in their head as RAKAKAKAAAA and still know what it means, but thanks to descriptive literature, they are still able to know the difference between something soothing to repeat in their head and something irritating.
User avatar #5 to #4 - Kiwi the panda (10/11/2010) [-]
i would imagine reading a book would seem like the program on your computer that reads text, but when someone is reading to you, by reading their lips you put your own quality to your playback in your head. if you look at a captain while reading you may feel a grungy tone, as apposed to morgan freeman who may sound calming.

this however is different for everybody, someone may find that RAKAKAKAAA sound to be soothing, and that's what they very well may picture.
#6 to #5 - Rascal (10/11/2010) [-]
I Agree you can teach Deaf people how to talk the problem is they dont understand the sound, but they are able to mimic the vibration's. Most deaf people's sense of Vibration is ridiculous
User avatar #3 - pawnshoppemagic (10/11/2010) [-]
the voice in my head changes from Morgan freeman to a british accent quite frequantly
#1 - Rascal (10/11/2010) [-]
Well, you CAN choose who narrates your mind, just like reading "Good news everyone!" in the professor's voice.
User avatar #2 to #1 - Derpwalker (10/11/2010) [-]
True, but can you do that for EVERYTHING that you read or think about, without ever thinking about it?
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