I imagine there is some set of etiquette rules that cripples are supposed to follow when lining up for treatments and cures, eh?
Hey! You're in a wheelchair! I was in a wheelchair for 3 years!
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."