Resolution on TV screens

Is a resolution I made up while I was hanging out with art. Since the NFB is so proud of their resolutions, I thought it would be cool to do something that the NFB has yet failed to do. We talked about how annoying it is to have the number on your screen thing on a television commercial. It says quote call the number on your screen. Quote that it is so bad. So here it is. Here is a resolution about television commercials and quote the number on your screen. Quote
Enter whereas, people like to watch TV. And whereas, people like to watch commercials.
Whereas, people really like to buy products, barring none. And whereas, the National Federation of the blind does not like it if someone is not able to see something on a screen because there are different product that people sell on television where the number is posted on the screen and not read out loud, and enter whereas, this discriminatory practice of saying quote call the number on your screen quote is bad for us and bad for the blind and purposely excludes the blind from buying a certain product, and enter whereas, if you want to buy the product, you need to be able to see the screen, & a television set is not a very good source of information if the number is not described even once twice or three times.,
Now therefore be it resolved this whatever day it is or whatever it happens to be on the convention floor, that we, the National Federation of the blind, condemned for any company who uses such a quote as quote call the number on your sc nevermind. reen quote to sell a product on television.
Enter we are so annoyed by this, but I’m sure you will find this resolution hysterical

Author: denverqueen

My name is Beth. I'm blind from birth and enjoy the blogging atmosphere. I am a creative person, a musician, a writer, etc. This is me. Take it or leave it.

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