handicap buggies at walmart
shipit

Norcross, GA

#65 Jan 31, 2013
and you need to get out of west Georgia more.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#66 Jan 31, 2013
ADA has mandated for decades that public places be accessible to the handicapped. You haven't noticed handicap carts because you don't need one... yet.
GoAwayWoobler

Fortson, GA

#67 Jan 31, 2013
wobbler1957 wrote:
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I wouldn't know about that, since I always do stuff above board where it comes to disability and things like that... when I see people parking in a handicapped space who don't have a handicapped tag, card, or using some sort of aid to walk, I always look them over and say, "Sooo... it must be a mental thing, then."
What? Something you don't know about? Haven't you left yet for Pennsylvania? And, change your stupid picture.
GoAwayWobler

Fortson, GA

#68 Jan 31, 2013
wobbler1957 wrote:
ADA has mandated for decades that public places be accessible to the handicapped. You haven't noticed handicap carts because you don't need one... yet.
"ADA has mandated... Blah, Blah, Blah" Shut up already. You think you know every blessed thing, don't you?
shipit

Norcross, GA

#69 Feb 1, 2013
wobbler1957 wrote:
ADA has mandated for decades that public places be accessible to the handicapped. You haven't noticed handicap carts because you don't need one... yet.
Yes, yes, know all about ADA. What I haven't noticed are aisles clogged with shopping carts in any great number in any store but Walmart. What is it about Walmart that attracts them?
Bremen--ite

Norcross, GA

#70 Feb 1, 2013
shipit wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, yes, know all about ADA. What I haven't noticed are aisles clogged with shopping carts in any great number in any store but Walmart. What is it about Walmart that attracts them?
Agreed. Only in rural Walmarts do you see this kind of thing.

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#71 Feb 1, 2013
I'm still treating this topic as if anyone was seriously wanting to know...

ADA mandates a certain number of wheelchair or similar conveyances depending on how many customers on average the store serves in a day. That's why some stores have more than others.

You're more likely to see people using them around the 1st and the 15th of the month, because that's generally when retirement, Social Security, and SSI checks drop.

Now, as to why people who are perfectly capable of walking are using them and having Old Home Week in the bread aisle, I have no answer to that question...

IMO, if you can ambulate with a cane, you don't need to plop yourself into one of those carts. Use the cart as a walker. It's what I do.
WeeblesWobble

Bremen, GA

#72 Feb 1, 2013
wobbler1957 wrote:
Use the cart as a walker. It's what I do.
now we know why you call yourself wobbler

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#73 Feb 1, 2013
So? Most everyone here knows why my name is wobbler. If you didn't know better, you'd think I was drunk if you saw me walking without my cane (and sometimes even with it).

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#74 Feb 2, 2013
wobbler1957 wrote:
So? Most everyone here knows why my name is wobbler. If you didn't know better, you'd think I was drunk if you saw me walking without my cane (and sometimes even with it).
You walk with a cane?

I thought you were sexy, J?

“Get off my lawn”

Since: Jul 10

Bremen, GA

#75 Feb 2, 2013
I walk with a cane in public places and where I'm not familiar with the terrain. In public places it's to keep you and your ill-trained ankle biters from running into me and knocking me down.

This doesn't always work, as yesterday I was coming out of a restaurant and this woman, busy talking to her friends, walked right into me and almost knocked me down.

I'm a lot better now -- I used to walk with TWO canes.

And sexy is as sexy does.
Wordwinkie

Clifford, MI

#76 Feb 2, 2013
Lazy ass hillbilly's .......get your fat asses to work!

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#77 Feb 2, 2013
Wordwinkie wrote:
Lazy ass hillbilly's .......get your fat asses to work!
Stay up north, Yankee.
gorrilla dick

Warrior, AL

#79 Mar 11, 2013
I need one to tote my nuts in
just the facts

Carrollton, GA

#80 Mar 12, 2013
gorrilla dick wrote:
I need one to tote my nuts in
There's a treatment for that.
Rob

Sonora, CA

#81 Mar 16, 2013
sam wrote:
Those motorized buggies are for people who cant walk due to losing a leg, or to sick to walk.Its NOT FOR YOU LARD ASSES that is to fat to walk because you EAT TO DAMN MUCH..Look in the lard asses buggy, they have peanut butter,pies, cakes, frozen dinners, coke, sweet rolls.. At that rate, later in life you will need a TANDEM CHAIR to hold your wide FAT ASS.
LEAVE THESE CARTS for people who need them.YOUR fat WIDE ass NEEDS to walk.You should park 2 miles up the road and WALK to walmart instead of parking in the handicap spaces and walking 20 feet to get a motorized cart.BEING A LARD ASS IS NOT A HANDICAP
Heart Disease medications and CHF make those who are ill appear to be "a L#$% A$$" You are horrible to be so critical of people who are severely ill. There are other diseases that mimic obesity and are not. CHF means one cannot walk even short distances without becoming out of breath or having angina or irregular heart beat. Karma may put you in a similar position.
Rob

Sonora, CA

#82 Mar 16, 2013
GoAwayWoobler wrote:
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What? Something you don't know about? Haven't you left yet for Pennsylvania? And, change your stupid picture.
Not every disabled person has a limb or two missing or appears physically disabled. I have died twice and have severe heart disease that limits how far I can walk, how much I can lift and so much more. I appear abled bodied, yet, I am not. Let's get the word out some disabilities are not visible. I can't breathe if I walk any more then a short distance.
tfreddy42

Dalton, GA

#83 Mar 16, 2013
GoAwayWobler wrote:
<quoted text>"ADA has mandated... Blah, Blah, Blah" Shut up already. You think you know every blessed thing, don't you?
and so do u from the looks of things I think that u know everything but the problem is u do not know shit

“Unions are still scum ”

Since: Dec 07

Atlanta

#84 Mar 17, 2013
Rob wrote:
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Not every disabled person has a limb or two missing or appears physically disabled. I have died twice and have severe heart disease that limits how far I can walk, how much I can lift and so much more. I appear abled bodied, yet, I am not. Let's get the word out some disabilities are not visible. I can't breathe if I walk any more then a short distance.
Hold up slick. In post #81 you claim someone with CHF looks fat but yet in this very post you claim to look "abled bodied". Make up your mind and please do not forget your lisinopril.
tfreddy42

Dalton, GA

#85 Mar 17, 2013
MSO4 wrote:
<quoted text>Hold up slick. In post #81 you claim someone with CHF looks fat but yet in this very post you claim to look "abled bodied". Make up your mind and please do not forget your lisinopril.
stupid lisinopril is blood pressure medicine man people these days

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