Once a Stalker, Always a Stalker
The Last Hiccup The more lies Gary says the more he is in denial, it makes him look awfully bad. In fact, he just blew it away. The picture of Gary holding Target nametag—proves that he was at the same place where I was interviewing for a job position. Who fucking cares about his nametag? So what! He […]
Mon, Sep 25 2017 · 10 hours ago
Surviving a Stalker
The Last Hiccup He once said about me. “please take a look at his face. He looks like an evil guy.” The damage is too great to forget. After I posted a blog about Gary McNicholas who is a stalker in my life few days ago, of course, he denied everything 100%–and begged someone else to tell me […]
Mon, Sep 25 2017 · 13 hours ago
MEDIA ALERT: Magdiel Sanchez Family’s Initial Press...
The Last Hiccup SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRESS CONTACT: JESSIE ROSSON, LEGAL ASSISTANT Riggs Abney Law OFFICE: 405-843-9909 firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ALERT Magdiel Sanchez Family’s Initial Press Statement The family of Magdiel Sanchez, through their attorneys Melvin C. Hall and Damario Solomon- Simmons of Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis, PC., issues t...
Sun, Sep 24 2017
Here……………Meet My Stalker
The Last Hiccup Text conversation between me and my dad My name is Jason JT Tozier; I have been a returned citizen for more than two decades. I committed to myself that I would change my life around. In a breathtaking feat of rehabilitation, I graduated with three university degrees all with honors. My family has been very […]
Sat, Sep 23 2017
Pastor’s Code of Ethics
The Last Hiccup I believed in the reliability in Pastor Mark Ehrlichmann—a Deaf pastor. I shared my personal struggles and my hardships as well as being a returned citizen. I usually do not share sensitive information with anyone–only few people I hold dearly with my life. I learned that Pastor Mark Ehrichlmann breached the Pastors code of ethics […]
Sat, Sep 23 2017
Open Letter for Oklahoma Association of the Deaf
The Last Hiccup Dear Oklahoma Association of the Deaf, Deaf Access Justice, a Deaf-centered organization would like to respond to the letter you wrote about the shooting death of Deaf man. The letter was poor-written, offensive, and lack of compassion. We continue to thrive human rights—to principles that bind the Deaf community together and oppose any policies that […]
Fri, Sep 22 2017
Oklahoma Association of the Deaf President’s Statement
The Last Hiccup Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) President Renee Sites issued a statement yesterday. I do not know when, but here’s the statement in relation to a killing of an unharmed Deaf man (picture attached above) in Oklahoma City the other night. What do you think of this statement? “The Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) […]
Thu, Sep 21 2017
Where is the ACTION by Oklahoma Association of the Deaf?
The Last Hiccup I am still numb about Deaf man’s death in Oklahoma City. He was unharmed–no weapon (gun or knive)– he was shot to death by police because he was Deaf. Where is the intelligent capabilities in police academy? I am having difficult time trying to understand how they went ahead and kill him with a weapon […]
Thu, Sep 21 2017
AGBell: His First Collegiate Degree
The Last Hiccup “….the fact remains that the first collegiate degree received by the famous inventor of the telephone came from the National Deaf Mute College.”-[Atwood, Gallaudet College: It’s First One Hundred Years] Red flag. What does it mean Alexander Graham never received a formal college degree nowhere–but only National Deaf Mute College? What does it mean? […]
Thu, Sep 14 2017
Rightful Presence in Justice: Challenging ADA Education and...
The Last Hiccup I am writing this out of my great concern to respond what Congress wants to pass so-called The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Education and Reform Act of 2017 [H.R. 620] this coming Thursday, September 14th. From the moment of its passage in 1990, it has quickly reached an unprecedented global scope, overwhelming the human […]
Tue, Sep 12 2017
Trump-Climate: Gallaudet University
The Last Hiccup My thoughts about Trump fans who showed up for a softball game on Gallaudet University campus few weeks ago, then on August 14, 2017, President of Gallaudet University signs in a video, “…in Charolettesville, Virginia, are a sobering reminder that the values we hold dear at Gallaudet University.”—-“We here at Gallaudet unequivocally condemn hatred, bigotry, ...
Tue, Aug 29 2017
Chris Haulmark: Please Get Your Facts Straighten Out
The Last Hiccup I would like to criticize Chris Haulmark for spreading wrong information about Thomas Gallaudet through social media. He wrote on August 25, 2017: “By founding Gallaudet University, the only university in the world specifically designed for the education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, he opened the door for every single Deaf and Hard […]
Sat, Aug 26 2017
Bullying Against Deaf Native Americans
The Last Hiccup I am writing this because I am part of Cherokee roots and understood the bullying against Native Americans as a common occurrence that are often hidden in the shadows of bullying. Deaf Native Americans are easily forgotten. Native Americans are still marginalized today in 2017. The roots of white supremacy in school grounds may […]
Thu, Aug 24 2017
Why Jackie Robinson Reminds Me In My Baseball Days
The Last Hiccup Finally, I watched a movie, “42” the story about life of Jackie Robinson, first Black player in Major League. I did read a book, “42: A Biography of Jack ‘Jackie’ Robinson” by Frank Foster last year before I watched the movie today. Please let me know if you have better suggestion to read a book […]
Wed, Aug 23 2017
Chris Haulmark: How Do You Explain Dysconscious Audist?
The Last Hiccup I would like to thank someone by alerting me about Chris’s comment. The problem is that Chris does not want you to see this. Chris Haulmark and his “personal Dragon” need to tell the absolute truth. Dragons will blow fire straight through Chris’s ‘mouth’ for telling lies. First of all, I would like to make […]
Sun, Aug 20 2017
Hate is About Power
The Last Hiccup Imagine if you were offered a life of prosperity in exchange for all the hatred you experienced, would you take it? Back in 2011, I took a challenging course called ‘Methodology of the Oppressed’ to learn and explore practical applications of the methodology of the oppressed through the study of historical and contemporary socialized thought […]
Sat, Aug 19 2017
The Battle on Racism in Deaf Community
The Last Hiccup Honestly, I do not know what to say after I saw so much movements the last couple of days and there are several Confederate monuments has been taken down like in Maryland and many other cities. We are witnessing history! How will the history books redefine in schools now? It is really big deal! The […]
Thu, Aug 17 2017
How To Be a Better American
The Last Hiccup America’s neighbor, Canada—someone from there left me a comment to tell me that I need to be a better American and leave Donald Trump alone. I’ve been bred and buttered in America since 1974. I’ve walked through school halls being constantly bullied by hearing peers everyday. I’ve been suspended several times just because I was […]
Tue, Aug 15 2017
What is the Difference Between White Nationalist and...
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Sun, Aug 13 2017
Trump Carries the Same Cloth as His Racist Daddy
The Last Hiccup Oh, look here! Trump is doing his for his daddy to rescue his dreams to bring white supremacy back. The white supremacy runs in the family. While I condemn any form of hate or racism what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier today, did you notice that Trump did not even denounce white nationalists? That is […]
Sun, Aug 13 2017
The Last Hiccup Today in 2017, Deaf people are continually battered and harassed by discrimination, injustice and hate by Alexander Graham Bell’s policy which is the greatest mistake….. -JT Copyright © 2017 Jason Tozier This text may be freely copied in its entirely only, including this copyright message.
Thu, Aug 03 2017
The Healing of Deaf America: Health Care Rights
The Last Hiccup I would like to thank Senator McCain for his bravery and voted against the idea by Republicans to get rid of ObamaCare. I would like to wish him a speedy recovery during his difficult time. As a heart attack survivor five times, I am all too familiar with the difficult road I’ve traveled […]
Sun, Jul 30 2017
Twitter of the Oppressed
The Last Hiccup Here it goes again! Trump: Commander in Chief of Hate. He announced today that he is going to ban transgender anyone who serves in the military. Trump is definitely the dumb-fuckest president in history—hands down! The ironic thing is that keep in mind, Hate Crime Statistics Act (HSCA) who was signed by President Bush in […]
Wed, Jul 26 2017
The Hidden Hand: Hate in Deaf Community
The Last Hiccup Every year, on Saint Patrick’s Day, my grandparents would watch their favorite movie, 1952 “The Quiet Man” because Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne were their favorite actress and actor. Plus, it was filmed in Ireland. As they say, “Erin Go Bragh!” [Ireland forever] Then I learned later that John’s name was not his […]
Tue, Jul 25 2017
The Lack of Jury Duty for Deaf People
The Last Hiccup On Friday, July 21st hot afternoon–I decided to meet a friend and gave a tour at Library of Congress. Great times! However, when we walked into a room, “Drawing Justice: The Art of Courtroom Illustrations.” and I saw something that caught my attention and share this with you fellows. It makes me wonder if Library […]
Sat, Jul 22 2017
Did AGBell Take the Possession of Deaf Community Out of...
The Last Hiccup Fighting hate. Teaching tolerance. Seeking justice. All those years I’ve read books about Abraham Lincoln. I visited Lincoln Memorial many times. I visited Lincoln’s summer retreat. I’ve visited Ford Theatre. I’ve visited Petersen House. The only place I did not get to visit Springfield, Illinois, the birthplace of Lincoln. Not yet. Few days ago, I […]
Thu, Jul 20 2017
ASL: The Meaning of ‘Justice for All’
The Last Hiccup There are millions of visitors who visit District of Columbia, the nation’s capital. What I did not realize that today on this date, July 16, 1790 when DC was picked as nation’s capital while the first American president, George Washington signed The Residence Act that made a city. There are indeed still consequences in today’s […]
Sun, Jul 16 2017
Do you Support Transformative Healing?
The Last Hiccup It takes the greatest amount of strength to overcome the world’s evil motto: Stigma. Every day in the life of an American, while the life expectancy of the average American is almost 79 years, those who lack awareness to understand hate. Deaf returned citizens, in body, mind, and spirit would most likely have difficult life […]
Fri, Jul 14 2017
The Rivers: Stories Are The Greatest Mystery
The Last Hiccup When I visited Harper’s Ferry in 2013, I saw the rivers between Shenandoah and Potomac which has a story behind them. Princess Shenandoah and the Potomac warrior were forbidden to get married by their tribes. They both cried a lot and made the rivers to meet. That is where the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers meet. […]
Wed, Jul 12 2017
Should Gallaudet University a Tuition Free Policy?
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Sat, Jul 08 2017
Frederick Douglass: “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of...
The Last Hiccup Frederick Douglass wrote this on July 5th, 1852: Mr. President, Friends and Fellow Citizens: He who could address this audience without a quailing sensation, has stronger nerves than I have. I do not remember ever to have appeared as a speaker before any assembly more shrinkingly, nor with greater distrust of my ability, than I […]
Wed, Jul 05 2017
Let America Be America Again
The Last Hiccup When I read Langston Hughes’s poem called, “Let America Be America Again” few hours ago today, I was really blown away by how he wrote this. Looking back when I took Harlem Renaissance course [part of credits for English majors] as an undergraduate student years ago, I must have missed this because this is exactly what […]
Tue, Jul 04 2017
Video Remote Interpreting: Sue NAD and Chris Wagner for...
The Last Hiccup While I was a patient last November 2016, VRI has broken down four times due to “technical difficulties” The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit wrote that Deaf patients could sue against hospitals for neglect of live interpreters instead of using video remote interpreting (VRI). I never liked using VRI myself as […]
Sun, Jul 02 2017
Wrestling Tests My Character and Strength
The Last Hiccup My three years lettered in varsity wrestling expect my freshman year because I was transferred late from other school and did not qualify for the highest spot in wrestling. It was one of my life’s highlights–winning Falcon Takedown Classic, Lumberjack Classic, placing third in Clark County Tournament, been in top three in almost all of […]
Sun, Jul 02 2017
The Town I Grew Up
The Last Hiccup In a quiet country corner in Southwest area in Washington State, the county fails to be confronted with a reality that there are people that are in denial. Their “Audist version of the American Dream.” The county that practices a series of hate crimes, literature, and speech and breaks the state and federal law of […]
Thu, Jun 29 2017
Can We Stand Together Against Hate?
The Last Hiccup Alexander Graham Bell (AGBell) wants to normalize hate ideology. Many parents of Deaf children fell prey to his tactics. AGBell is a hate group in many eyes. American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture has been threatened through horrifying words invoking the truth. We need to send a strong message to AGBell loyalists who encourage […]
Fri, Jun 23 2017
Chris Haulmark: Where is the Values of Integrity?
The Last Hiccup Yes, I was well aware that Chris Haulmark is a Democrat at first; which was a big joke. Why did I write that Chris is a Republican in the first place? Because, his way of thinking and values are exactly what the Republicans are today. There is no way that Chris has blue blood in […]
Thu, Jun 22 2017
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