I've had some encounters with rude people, but not to that extent. The
worst I've had is a lady berated me for not thinking her immediately and
profusely for opening the door. What she didn't know was that I was trying
to concentrate on not hitting her on the way by. I was just about to thank
her when she started grilling me.
There are a few bad apples in wheelchairs which do have a trickle down and
have an impact. I understand these guys want to try to do as much as
possible by yourself, but there is an easy way to say I usually like to do
that for myself, but thank you.
I have people offer to help me get into my van all the time and I usually
try to say now I'm doing okay thank you very much, though.
It is amazing.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 11:40 AM, Danny Hearn <ddh...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I was just up at the corner store and i asked a young black man probably
> in his mid-20's if he would mind holding the door so i could go into the
> store.....He told me NO, I don't want to do that ! Wow, in over 19 years
> post injury he is only about the 3rd person that was rude to me....most
> people are so nice and go out of their way to help. Do any of you guys
> have any nice or rude experiences?? I do remember Greg once said 2 guys
> would not help him when he got stuck in sand once at a golf course. Dan