Zello, or jello for the mind, is a free phone app that seems to have mostly blindor people with assorted disabilities on it. Normally, I wouldn’t comment about such a thing as this, because, in truth, sometimes it is a really good thing for people with special needs to have a forum where theycan discuss their needs with one another. However, in this case, Zello would not be such a place. If this is what blind people consider a fun place to go and talk with one another, then, I am truly ashamed to count myself as one of them. If a so-called “normal” person were to go on this system, they would be horrified to see how many of the stereotypes about blind people seem to be true. When I first went into the main “lobby” group, I heard grown adults making an assortment of noises with their mouths and other body parts, just like little kids do, just because they think it is funny. I also heard the obligatory cursing and swearing, calling women sluts and whores, and, of course, the “N” word was quite liberally used, to anyone, white, black, or whatever. However, don’t feel sorry for these people, because, they have plenty to do. As soon as their disability checks arrive, they can go out and get their next month’s supply of some “real good skunky shit” and then, with their food stamp cards, they can stock up on their muncy food. If they bucget well, they’ll also have some left over cash to order in, since they can’t cook, and they might even be able to get some beer. If they can’t afford it themselves, they’ll probably go find some one to buy what they need for them, and even bring it to their government subsidized housing which is minimally cleaned by a home-care attendant for them. Is this what the song “The Good Life” is all about? I wonder how many of these MF…in’ N…..s have listened to Sinatra’s version of that song on their ghetto-blasters?