Thursday, August 18th, 2011
Loud opportunities Tracy and I needed, playing in plopping large bodies in okay to lounge in the ocean this past weekend, out on the shores of Virginia at the ARC of Virginia’s annual convention. Naturally we made a city in that state wake up to our message of inclining realistically built like large prisons of conformity, once positioned as necessary, result of society not wanting disabilities seen in public, better furnitured than most mental homes, operated like lots of mining camps, institutions towards promise of inclusive communities.
Moving onto something else, Larry and Tracy strongly recommend the beach side restaurant, listening to also-ran Beach Boy-like songs and eating good steaks and seafood platters.
Thursday, July 28th, 2011
Appearing at totally communication centered conference, MIT more as meaningful in technological progress than artistic creativity hosted, in Boston last week, Tracy and I looked at newly printed, signed happily with my old school Larry signature, DVDs and positioned ourselves as old-time actors on a stage of lettered opportunity to share our message on opening windows of popularity for people with limited communication.
Occupying classes in beginning patterns of typing support of people like me without protest was myself and my trusty case manager, Erin, opting out of her regular work to really earn style-points for driving partner of Larry’s wandering around the keyboard movements.
Willed to me were many memorable moments of watching roads to expressive communication being paved over with, soundly grounded in good practices, mastery of doors to voice and life purposefulness.
Okay. Overly wordy Larry needs to look at entering school of shorthand communication.
Larry and his case manager, Erin at the ICI Conference at the MIT Media Lab in Boston, July 20
Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
Our trip to California mixed the pleasure of being with my mother and sister and the excitement of promoting the film and seeing so many old friends from Whittier, the place where communication and Hollywood meet. I could not have been more pleased that my mother and sister had the opportunity to see and feel the potential for really changing attitudes about disability in action at the conference.