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#18 - xerodeath ONLINE
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(03/10/2013) [-]
I'm colour blind and that's ******* stupid. unless those colours are insanely close to the opposite colour then you shouldn't be getting them wrong if you where actually colour blind since birth you wouldn't know the difference between the red they see and the red (orangish) you see. because you would see a different colour in the same place and hear it be called the same name. so you would think its the same colour. funny junk over reacts what colour blindness is its not a defect and really if we didn't take the tests we would never really know.
#19 to #18 - muffinssnuffims
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(03/10/2013) [-]
Depends how color blind you are.

I had a friend who is color blind almost to the point where I would consider him to only see black and white. Not that bad of course, but he has a really hard time comparing pretty much all colors. My step dad is color blind with blue and green, and has as hard a time with those.

There's tons of different ways you can be colorblind. Just because you have ONE of MANY such ways doesn't mean you know everything there is to know about it.

Funnily enough, my step dad is an electrical engineer, and my friend is on his way to becoming one. Talk about overcoming what you were given. Being color blind isn't really a disability that affects too much, but it can affect electrical engineering a lot since everything is color coded.