Retrograde Waters

Hello. I'm Rose, 20-something Nebraskan. If you want to know more feel free to ask, I'm not going to waste space here.
This is a personal blog that serves as a miscellaneous collection of things I find cute, cool, interesting, and enraging.
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Just because your in a wheelchair doesn’t mean you can smash into lockers, run over people’s heels, and blast your music as loud as you want. Yes, We all know you are there. Yes, we know you are in a wheelchair. Yes, we realize it is probably hard on you but that doesn’t mean you can do whatever you please. You yell at us for giving you special treatment and allow you to break the rules. So why don’t you stop breaking them and then sueing the world for treating you like a NORMAL PERSON.

Oh, shut the fuck up, you anal wart.

Running into lockers?  Able-bodied people don’t punch and kick theirs?

Run over people’s heels?  As if able-bodied people don’t push each other?  And what about you people seeing us not having room to pass and ignoring us?  Or tripping over us?  Or kicking our chairs for no reason?

Blasting music?  What the fuck does that have to do with being in a wheelchair?

If you have a problem with an individual, take it up with them.  Don’t be a bigot.

What the actual fuck? OP must have meant, “How dare people in wheelchairs come out in public where I have to look at them. I find their existence so offensive I’ll go on the internet and tell the world how disgusting I think they are.” What a bitch.

I mean seriously, “special treatment”? “Breaking the rules”? Right, because other people not being able to walk must make life SO HARD for you. (And since when does singling out a group of people for bitter, hateful ranting constitute treating them like “normal person”s?)

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