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By smileytheface / Tuesday 6 December 2011 03:54 / United States
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By  MibInwalo  |  0

Maybe you should've ran faster...

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  MibInwalo  |  0

How could op drive if they were disabled?

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  cosmosis  |  12

Thank you 24! Finally someone with a brain! Cars can be modified to suit people with disabilities.

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  flockz  |  19

not to be an asshole, but yes a person without an arm can run just fine. however if the person is disabled and in a wheelchair, technically he wouldn't be "standing" ten feet away now would he?

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  cosmosis  |  12

How is a one armed man able to fend off a car thief?? Not very well id imagine... What if op was missing a leg? He is still able to drive, yet cant run... What if op is elderly, or recently had an operation? .... Probably best that he let him go.. And let the legal system deal with him

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  flockz  |  19

read the fucking comments. 1 said he could've run faster. i said missing an arm would not prohibit running. no one said shit about fending off the thief. and yes a person with a wheelchair handicap can't run, because HE'S IN A WHEELCHAIR, and wouldn't be "standing" ten feet away, which i also said. i hate repeating myself.

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Well, once the person is in your car there's not much you can do. If the car is already going. They can just lock the doors and drive off. Sure you can jump on it or in front of it. Buy why? Most modern vehicles can be easily tracked. I believe that all of the vehicles that my family own have locators in them. And if all else fails there's automobile insurance.

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  cosmosis  |  12

I never said that he couldnt run, or that he wasnt standing. I just said that he wasnt able to fend off an attacker... Youre getting worked up over nothing mate

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  Ecklcakes  |  15

Also a couple more points someone in a wheelchair most likely cannot drive as they likely do not have full use of their legs. Also people with one arm might not be able to balance well while running...

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  cosmosis  |  12

Thats actually false 55. They do modify vehicles to suit the handicapped here is australia. The accelerator and brake are controlled by a lever usually to the right of the steering wheel and the steering wheel is fitted with a ball similar to one on a forklift. My girlfriends uncle designed and manufactures bikes that can be driven by people in wheelchairs.... Wow this thread is really focussing on the disabled now aye

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  Insane_Tea  |  14

How did we get on the topic of a handicapable person's abilities? If everyone here thinks that the rights and freedoms of this segement of society is equal to that of a person who has all their members then why even discuss it?

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  FYLDeep  |  25

Oh sorry, I'm just not real familiar with going through drive-thrus. I didn't actually have a car until earlier today when I snagged one from some jackass.

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