Then there's the ride lines at the amusement park. Young kids who crawl under the cattle barriers to get ahead of everyone. Bad children. But what are you going to do about it? Confront them and give them young whipper snappers a piece of your mind? What would you rather do, wait an extra turn for the roller coaster or get the sh*t kicked out of you by a thirteen year old kid? I'll take the next train, thanks.
And what about giving front of the line treatment to disabled people? I watched a lady and her entourage get escorted to the front of the line on Victoria and first peoples day, and when it was time for them to board the coaster, she stood up and climbed into the coaster unassisted with relative ease. A phony? Perhaps. But I try not to judge too harshly. And think of this. What if a dude who can't walk gets preferential treatment. BUT! what if he's crippled because he was drinking and driving and crashed his car and killed a baby in another car? Should we be inconveniencing ourselves for someone like this? Yeah, think about it.
In the new world, all wheelchairs will have identification indicating if they are crippled due to their own stupidity and if so, no amusement park special treatment will be given. Also, car accidents involving budders will automatically be the fault of the budder.
AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!