When I first became "disabled" I learned a realy good thing. Ill try to keep the story short. I got sent to Bethesda Navy hospital so they could try and fix a caterac surgery that went (Back in 1985 cateract surgey was the whole inpatint full anastesa thing). In any case I was staying in th out-patint barracks and a group was going out to George Town to party and invited me...so I went...when I got into the van I realized that the people I was going out to party with (they were all acxtive duty Marines and Navy) were seriosly messed up physicaly..we had 2 people in wheel chairs...on girl with no legs...1 guy lost his testacals to cancer..and 2 completly/totaly blind people...and a few others. well I figured great this is going to be a cry in the beer night. Well these people were raiseign some serious hell in the bars..dirty danceing..bad jokes..fighting...ect..cops got called on us 2 x. Well after about 2 hours the group gets tired of my wimpering..my life is over my right eye is messedup...blind sniper ect...and a few of them explaind to me that my disability was NOT my eye...that the limits/disabilty was in my hart and head....Im as disabled as I belive I am. Basicly its like this...regardless of how "bad" or minor our disability...there area some of US that go on...like to paraplicic that climbed that mountin a few years ago and there or some of us that it knocks us down and we cant seem to get up..... I Believe that we need to realize that we have limatation but that we can overcome them...be it hunting..employment..or what ever.