Sometimes if I want to just check things out, I register as my old dead dog. Right now, he’s is masquerading as a young woman for a free trial on a popular dating website. Don’t worry – I’m not contacting any of them, I’m just reading their bios. There’s lots of jolly good guys out there!
But here’s the thing – I can’t help noticing that those who mention a specific breed of dog that they prefer write it as “german sheppard”. It’s consistant on several of the bios that I’m reading. Now did I miss something? Have we changed the way we spell that dog breed? Forget entirely that they were originally meant to herd sheep?
If I was a young girl meeting any of these guys, I would invent some kind of corny parlor trick that involved them writing things down and say it was an icebreaker and one of the things would be “German Shepherd” and if they didn’t spell it just that way, the date would be over right then.
Unless he checked off his occupation as Medical / Dental / Veterinary with a salary range minimum of $100,000 to $150,000 then I’d give him a second chance. You’re cold, Bobthecorgi!
Also, I’m noticing a lot of hate for the users of the Scooter Store’s product. Is this part of the White House orchestrated plan to eliminate the defective consumers of medical resources? Or is it just another opportunity to shame shaming of the overweight? Let me just say that it was a huge step for me to take when I finally admitted that I get along better with a cane – I can’t imagine the stress of trying to avoid but then finally succumbing to a motorized scooter as your best option for mobility.
“Airports across the country say more able-bodied travelers have figured out they can use wheelchairs for convenience, making waits a lot longer for travelers with genuine needs.
At Los Angeles International Airport, airlines and companies that provide wheelchair service estimate 15% of all requests are phony, said Lawrence Rolon, coordinator for disabled services for Los Angeles World Airports. Airport officials estimate nearly 300 wheelchair requests a day are bogus. “It’s just a big mess,” Mr. Rolon said. “Abusers are really impacting the operation.”
from The Wall Street Journal for God’s sake
Oh yeah? Well, as a regular user of airport wheelchairs all over the country, I estimate 25% of wheelchair pushers are hiding in dark corners kissing each other and getting felt up by the baggage handlers and that is what’s impacting the operation. Report that, you feckless journalists.