Two guys in front of me were signing to each other. Not that I stared, but it was clear they appreciated the effort. I wouldn't have realized they were deaf or impaired had it not been for seeing them signing to each other after Devil Driver exited. Agree, the signer kept it metal, low-key, funny, and unobtrusive. I thought it was a cool part of the show. You know? Metal heads come in all sizes and shapes. It was all good. I'm sure just like for anyone, it's the whole metal and concert scene for people who can't hear. You know? Maybe some used to hear, and miss going to concerts. Or they just never stopped. My nephew lost his hearing when he was 18. I'm half deaf at 46. Sometimes people can feel and hear sounds, just not the distinguishing ones of speech. Those fully deaf? They see the bands, see the fans, and their souls relate. Who the fuck cares why they hang, it's just as cool for them as anyone else. You can bet your ass if the remainder of my hearing goes I'll still be in my seat rocking out. If that's what the fuck I want to do! I saw many disabled people there, not just the deaf. There were many wheel chairs in the seated sections.
I'll believe it the day Ozzy sings a real love song. ::animatedlaugh