There was the time a fifth grader thought it would be funny to punch the blind kid and run. So he snuck up on Ben Underwood and hit him in the face. That's when Ben started his clicking thing. "I chased him, clicking until I got to him, then I socked him a good one," says Ben, a skinny 14-year-old.
"He didn't reckon on me going after him. But I can hear walls, parked cars, you name it. I'm a master at this game.
Makes me wonder what all the amazing gifts people have are. Like maybe we don't know we have them, because we never had the motivation to discover them. If Ben had never been blind, he probably wouldn't have learnt to use echolocation. people are pretty amazing.
Omg. That is so touching and amazing. But even thoguh he can't see many wonderfull things, his hearing is more in tune so he probably hears a lot more then an average person does. Definately reminds me of Daredevil to.
wow!! incredible what humans can achieve, it really is. er- if thats a picture of him choosing eyes to wear its a slightly odd choice :s
"Anyone has the right to say the Universe works in a particular way. But no-one has the right to say that it works in no other way." -Colin Wilson, metaphysics researcher; regarding the attitudes in science.
who cares bout him lookin like daredevil....this guy has not only talent...but even though this sounds bad....him being able to do this makes u wonder how we are connected with everything else on earth....bats and dolphins can do what he does..what does that say bout evolution?