Roger Keeney, who took up blind baseball after losing his sight, pulls groceries from the refrigerator to prepare dinner for his family at his home in Athens, Ga. on April 9, 2012. "Blind folks can do... more 
Roger Keeney, who took up blind baseball after losing his sight, pulls groceries from the refrigerator to prepare dinner for his family at his home in Athens, Ga. on April 9, 2012. "Blind folks can do nearly any job that you can do except for maybe drive down the road. It is hard for employers to believe that we can do the job. On paper, I'm number one or number two every time I apply for anything. But as soon as I walk through the door of the the office to the interviewer with my white stick, you can feel the mood in the room change. You can physically feel the change. And the attitude is prevalent that this person can’t do the job they’ve applied for and so I don’t get it." (AP Photo/David Goldman) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By David Goldman
Tue, Sep 17, 2013 12:57 PM EDT