"Wait a minute. He's disabled."
He is in actual life, but not in virtual life. He is also a different species. Is it easier to believe he is an alien than it is he can walk?
One doctor had his followers on a social network believing I was an actual brain in a glass jar he had brought home from the hospital. He would use this picture:
I'd like to think my existence is more than that, but it wasn't very hard for people to believe I was just a pet brain in a jar.
My physical ability is limited, but my virtual ability is not.
Everything I'm doing is virtual. Things I am doing are on the computer. My situation is less of a fantasy than the above video.
I hit the social networks. They are based upon actual life.
An example of not being virtual would be this letter, http://thoughtfulveg.blogspot.com/2013/01/regrettably-matters-you-raise-in-your.html . Getting it certified and mailed required actual life, not virtual reality.
Technology makes limited movement big. It was much harder getting that above done. Small actions couldn't be amplified. I couldn't think that done.
The following proposes much will be done with technology. I'm now doing it.
I'm relying on the kindness of strangers [computers].