By Anonymous - 04/05/2018 15:00
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Ugh I hate people like that. For all they know maybe it WAS a disabled person, who simply didn't look it, and forgot their placard that day, or even had it displayed but the "vigilante" didn't look hard enough to spot it. I am so sick of people whose disabilities already make their lives hard, getting judged & harrassed by meddling pricks like this guy all the time. IF YOU THINK SOMEONE PARKED WHERE THEY SHOULDN'T, TELL THE AUTHORITIES, IF YOU MUST, BUT DON'T DO OR SAY ANYTHING YOURSELF. Because odds are, that actually IS a legit disabled person you're fixing to shit on.
I've got 2 bad knees (both getting full replacement), a hip replacement, two broken discs, and shrapnel in my shoulder still. I can't tell you the amount of times I have been cussed out for parking in the disabled spaces (yes, I have a placard). Apparently I'm not disabled "enough" for some people.
Defiantly check the security cameras if there are any. And I hate when people decide you're not disabled enough to park there. Not all disabilities are visable. That being said they had no right to break your car. Especially since you weren't even in a disabled parking spot. And even if you were they still don't have a say in why you're parked there. For all they know you're getting something for your sick grandma.
ever since my wife had cancer I have been a handicapped parking nazi. If you don't have a tag or plates displayed, don't park there. I called on a Corvette once. turned out it was owned by a 1 legged man. I showed them he had no tag or plates. Cops said no tag or plates don't park there. I called those cops because a lady bringing her daughter with severe disabilities had to park about 300 feet down where there was no wheelchair ramp for her. They thanked me for sticking up for them.
So basically in your mind if a handicap person forgot their placard for some reason they deserve to suffer? Because that's what I'm getting from your "No tags or sticker don't park there story about the one legged man".
I am disabled from lupus. I have good and bad days of course. I’ve been harassed so many times for using disabled parking spots because I’m “too young” to be disabled.