Abcarian: A speech-impaired John Fetterman is better than a fast-talking Mehmet Oz
A speech-impaired John Fetterman is better than a fast-talking Mehmet Oz
In the speech-impaired world of the last week, there has been a lot to report. The most recent was the report of John Fetterman winning a $450,000 purse at the World Speech Games in Dublin, Ireland, last week. John is an excellent speech-impaired athlete with an exceptional repertoire of speech. He’s one of the first athletes to use a wireless microphone and a mouth-mounted display to give his answers, which is the reason he’s ranked in the top 10 at the World Speech Games.
He won his first-place award for the “All-Star” show, where every person on the stage gave a brief interview about the event. He also was a guest on The Dr. Oz Show, where he used his mouth-mounted video screen/television to give his answers about what makes a healthy body. His most recent victory at the World Speech Games is his first at a major sporting event.
In the world of sports, there is a long history of athletes who are known to be talented but not so good in the actual sport of the game. But one person who has been in this situation is Mehmet Oz. Mehmet’s parents didn’t know whether or not he was a boy or a girl until he was 11, when the first test result was the wrong gender. They brought him to a doctor, who used a lot of force to have him declared a boy. This decision set off a long and confusing process that made little progress until two doctors from Canada found the right gender of Mehmet Oz. The process took about a year, but it finally was the right decision.
John Fetterman is one of the best in the world of speech-impaired athletes. He’s a star in the Boston