"The proof is in the acoustic pudding. Since we were infants, what’s been turning our heads and causing us to suck and salivate at the mouth have been noticeable differences in the acoustic input. It is the variation that naturally exists in our world which drives our learning, because without it, our ‘warped’ perceptions would simply flatline into monotony."
My entire entry can be read here: http://bild-lida.ca/blog/uncategorized/i-am-not-your-prototype-by-rhonda-chung/
BILD is a critical sociolinguistic blog started by members of McGill's Department of Integrated Studies in Education with the goal of discussing our language experiences in the multilingual setting of Montreal.