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|Author: ||Dont get me started|
|Subject: ||RE: 13.1 Sticker|
Dude, it's all about the parking ! I have handicapped license plates and jog about 8 miles a week. However, i have exercised induced asthma and I qualified for Handicapped parking license plates. You wouldn't believe the stares and gawks i get ! I'm 31 years old and fat ,well by this boards standards 5-11 ,175lbs,(haha). The looks of envy when i pullup to the front door of a fine restaurant, concert, sporting event or shopping mall is well , priceless !
You should be ashamed of yourself.
so what if you "qualify" for a handicap sticker. That does not mean you should accept it.
I see that way too often. High blood pressure, arthritis, asthma. C'mon!! Those spots are for the very old and cripple.
My Dad is 89 and in a wheelchair. You'd be shocked at the people that are considered "handicapped" taking up parking spots.
Biggest offenders are fat people, who probably got them due to HBP or diabetes from their fat. Then the fat pigs walk into a store and take a motorized cart around to shop.
To combat message board spam (by non runners). We are making people answer a brief question before they can post on a thread that is over 20 days old.
If you answer this question you should be able to post.