I don't know if this is really the venu to ask this, but I'm curious--what is the disability community's reaction to the sudden popularity of Zack Anner? For those of you who don't know, he's a Youtube star with cerebral palsy who's competing for Oprah's lalk show contest. This is his audition video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_35KKa3b1c, and you can watch some of his other videos from there. Is he popular because he's funny or because he's got a disability? And what about the humor he has toward his condition--tasteless or authentic? I see some of his videos as a protest about how his needs aren't always met. I think if he wins this contest and does get his own TV show, it's going to mean a lot for people with disabilities, but what do you think?