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who give you the write to play god

I would like to know what give you the write to say who is and who is not handicapped, I better not ever have a post-it on my car ever again, you all need to walk in my shoes for a day...you hid behind a web page with know way to contact you.




Those of us who can spell!

I have a state issued crippled placard as well as crippled license plates but only use the handicapped parking spaces on those days where the pain and disability are particularly bad except for the grocery where I attempt to use it pre-emptively.\r\n\r\nI may be able to walk well enough when I go INTO the market but after 27 aisles and a loaded cart I am walking slowly and in pain OUT of the market.\r\n\r\nI am quite irritated because the market had limited cripples spaces and they are regularly filled with placard-less cars. If the injury or condition is permanent then, in MY opinion, you should have applied for permanent crippled license plates.\r\n\r\nIf someone were to ask me why I parked in a marked spot today when I headed into the store I would have no problem explaining about Hurricane Ike and the tree that resulted in my upper body being crushed or the residual spinal damage, arthritis, joint injuries, and pain.\r\n\r\nThere are far too many fraudulent users of these placards, and it never ceases to surprise me that these folks brag about how that managed to get their hands on one. The two main schemes I hear are: 1. The placard belongs to another family member who got it legitimately, or 2. The placard was received for a legitimate need but the disability no longer exists such as a broken leg, etc.\r\n\r\nI would suspect by the tone of your response that your need for the cripple placard is questionable and you are most likely using it inappropriately or through fraud.

This guy is running this site solely for donations. I'm sure he gets a ton base on the content and how emotional people get over this issue. The problem is, when you see someone getting out of their car and they have a proper placard, you can't really tell if they are handicapped based on just looking at them. You have to give them a medical examination, oh...and it's also a good idea that you be a doctor. So, if you're not a doctor and you haven't given the person a medical examination, then who are you to judge? \r\n\r\nMy wife has a tag. I use it when I drive her to the store. People that are handicapped also do drive themselves. Otherwise, what would be the point of the plate? Anyway, she is what I believe most people consider young at 40 years old. She is not a quadriplegic. She can walk.....slowly. You can't tell by looking at her that she is disabled other than the fact that she is overweight. The problem with the scenario of someone looking at her in a parking lot and trying to tell her that she's not handicapped and shouldn't park in that spot is that person is not a doctor, they don't have a mobile x-ray machine to see the various metal parts in her back, and I'm 6'3 & 230lbs and wear size 11 shoes. Stating such would be ill advised. My shoe up your ass would not feel good I'm guessing. She is not handicapped because she is overweight. She is overweight because she is handicapped. \r\n\r\nYou see, when you are 34 years old and you have a degenerative spinal disease which causes you to not be able to hold your new born baby, play with your kids, make love to your husband, take walks for more than a block, and do pretty much any other normal thing a 34 year old woman would be doing, you gain other fun issues like depression. When a person can't exercise because of the pain and damage that would cause, and that person eats to fill the void of having to feel like an 85 year old at 40 they tend to gain a little weight. \r\n\r\nI guess the moral to my story is that all of you people on here should be ashamed of yourselves. You're a bunch of self righteous assholes who have absolutely no business calling people out in public. You're not doctors and have no idea what that person is going through. Also, just because someone is parked in handicapped and doesn't have their tag up doesn't mean they don't have one. I have forgotten to put ours up several times. You should not be confronting these people in public. You should not be messing with their cars, or putting stickers on them. We need our car. If someone broke it because they assumed my wife isn't worthy of a placard then we would be screwed. I couldn't go to work. She couldn't go to her doctors appointments. We would lose everything. Medical expenses are piled up and the last thing we need is to pay a bunch of money to fix our car because some asshole thinks they know better than the 5 different doctors my wife sees. You should not be putting their vehicle plate information on the internet, and especially on this site. This guy is in it to take donation money for a cause that he cares nothing about. You are all being duped by a fraud on a supposed fraud website. If you want to contact the fraud directly, go here:\r\n\r\nRegistrant Name:Mike Birdsall\r\nRegistrant Organization:\r\nRegistrant Street: PO Box 25\r\nRegistrant City:Lafayette\r\nRegistrant State/Province:California\r\nRegistrant Postal Code:94549\r\nRegistrant Country:US\r\nRegistrant Phone:+1.5103854714\r\nRegistrant Phone Ext: \r\nRegistrant Fax: \r\nRegistrant Fax Ext: \r\nRegistrant Email: [email protected]

These parking spots are for people that are physically disabled. Meaning you better be in a wheel chair or a device to help you physically! If you can walk out of your car and can't walk after 27 isles, then you should be in a wheel chair. You have a minor handicap and these spots are needed for people with real physical handicaps.

A post it note is the least of your problems.  You are a probable abuser so you will be documented, filmed, questioned and reported to law enforcement for further action.

If you are disabled and have a special license plate or placard then no problem. I you are a family member and not disabled then you cannot park in handicapped spaces unless you are transporting him or her, or another handicapped person who has a placard.  If you dont exhibit a special license plate or placard and park in a handicapped space then i will surely ask if you are disabled.  I am merely trying to support the legal use of these spaces.

People who are disabled dont usually object to my asking.  Thise abusing the spaces, on the other hand, react quite angrily because they are caught wrongdoing. If you forget to hang your placard and someone asks you about it, thank them. We are in this fight together.