Ah, but I think you already know the answer to that. Someone might
make a case something as basic as a wheelchair or white cane is a
necessary item for day to day travel, not only for your personal
safety, but for basic mobility. Something like game x is not necessary
and they'd accuse you of comparing apples to oranges here. In any case
you know how people are. When it comes to religion, politics, or
certain misguided ideas sometimes you will just go round and round in
circles debating the issue. A person convinced against their will is
of the same opinion still.
On 4/28/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Hi tom.
> I was thinking about this issue, and one question to ask people did occur to
> Say you were paraplegic and a state agency bought you a wheel chair.
> Would you effectively not use that chair to go anywhere fun just because the
> state bought it for you?
> There are lots of similar cases you might be able to come up with.
> my view is so long as your not actually charging the state extra cash for
> your recreation that's fine!
> Pluss of course, once something is bought and paid for, you own it!
> Part of my original student grant bought me a cane which I needed to walk
> around uni and go to lectures with.
> Should I have left that cane at home if I was going anywhere not work
> Beware the Grue!
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