You know what a bad blind person I am, so I'm late coming to the news that Stevie Wonder made a blind joke, but I'm thrilled to be reminded what a cool guy Stevie is. I caught him a few years back on the Spike Awards, which is an award show for games, and, before announcing the winner (probably of the best game soundtrack), Stevie said something tot he effect of "In the future, I hope more of these games will be accessible," and the next day game boards freaked out, and all I could do was shake my head and say, "What were you thinking when you invited a blind genius to be on your show talking about games of which not one could he play?"
Stevie's braille joke also remeinded me that, back in the day when VHS was a thing, I would label my tapes in braille, which made my sighted friends crazy, especially when I would say, "What? You can't access that? Welcome to my world."
So, while I was searching for a video of Stevie doing the braille thing (in hopes of converting it to mp3), I came across the "Stevie Wonder isn't really blind" conspiracy. WTF? You crazy sighted kids: Stevie isn't too cool to be blind; Stevie is too cool to be sighted. This reminded me of my college days, when people often said to me, "But you're not blind-blind," and I would have to say no, I was as blind as they came, really, I had removable eyeballs, fercrissakes.
Also, question of the day: what is it called when a word is repeated for emphasis? I'm reminded of this trickster god I like, whose name is "Old Old Coyote."