If you want to get an earful, ask Corey McArthur about cochlear implants.
The surgically-implanted neuroprosthetic device can help to restore a partial sense of sound for someone with profound hearing loss.
"Fine, good, it helps, but I don't think kids should be completely dependent on cochlear implants," said McArthur.
What the 21-year-old said he doesn't want children -- whether deaf, hard of hearing, or fully hearing -- to miss out on is the culture and community of American Sign Language.
Hearing children, too, ...