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Denise

I was really surprised when I heard how many times the elevators were locked or not working for you. I'm not the sympathetic sort and I don't do pity, for you or for anyone, but it pissed me off. Again, not just cause I love you heh but because surely there are disabled KIDS and PARENTS who visit that damn children's museum aren't there? What the hell is with that access? I really could not believe that one particular example of Chicago stupidity. Some of the others, I just shrug and say our society is stupid and it shouldn't be like that but it's like every freaking other thing division and discrimination. But that damn children's museum. Of all places. OK now I'm mad again.

And whoever that chick was in the elevator who gave you the pitying look. She's clueless. Or maybe jealous cause she wants mommybloggers sitting in her lap and a cool mohawk and lights on her wheels.

wheelchairdancer

Yeeerch.

Sounds gross. Is gross. And is, unfortunately, all too familiar. "Poor you?" Plwharght. Roll eyes.

WCD

Jennifer Justice

Hey! I saw you get on one of those dang elevators, mesmerized by the twinkly lights! And then I saw a lady with a sparkly cane walkng along the pier. I thought they'd put something in the food! hehe Glad to hear I wasn't the only one who found some of the BlogHer ladies totally creepy.

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