You may not think of Indianapolis as a hot bed of comedy, but Lucas Waterfill is working hard to change that perception.
What does this social experiment prove? I guess it proves that Costco bouncers are somehow intimidated by my crippledness. Thus, they give me special treatment. But should I be insulted by that?
Hey! You can't park there! That's handicapped parking!
If you’re trying to bring together a large group of cripples, like to organize a protest or something, you can attract a good number of them the same way you attract alley cats. You put out free food.
"I don't know, V.R. is really expensive."
From drinking soup through a straw to elbowing your way onto the elevator, life in a wheelchair demands a different set of rules.
"I heard your feedback and I made sure this next house is much more wheelchair friendly."
"Being in a wheelchair, Phil, means being a minority, which means dealing with people's prejudices. You need to make some changes."
This is about the time, every other year, when the various campaigns to get cripples registered to vote start cranking it up big time.