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Old 30-07-2008, 17:16   #76
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Re: Hospital parking

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What I don't understand is this. If you are taking an able bodied person with you to do the shopping, and the badge holder doesn't get out of the car, then why do you need to use a disabled space?
You don't.

That person is selfish and anti-social, and may be preventing another disabled person using that space, and going about their business.

I'd also think it morally wrong if a family parked in a parent/child space, and only one parent left the car. It's the same principle. Those spaces are meant for the disabled/parents with a child, to actually leave their cars.

I think as far as Jambutty is concerned it's a matter of I'm alright Jack, and sod all the other poor beggars.
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Old 30-07-2008, 17:30   #77
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Re: Hospital parking

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Of course all those claiming the moral high ground are as clean as the driven snow and have NEVER done anything morally wrong. They are all saints! Yeh! Right! Get real!
Happily we still live in a country where the majority of people not only play by the rules, but play fairly.

When your number's up, be it Heaven or Hell, I hope all the designated spaces are filled by people as selfish as you.
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Old 30-07-2008, 17:43   #78
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Re: Hospital parking

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You don't.

That person is selfish and anti-social, and may be preventing another disabled person using that space, and going about their business.

I'd also think it morally wrong if a family parked in a parent/child space, and only one parent left the car. It's the same principle. Those spaces are meant for the disabled/parents with a child, to actually leave their cars.

I think as far as Jambutty is concerned it's a matter of I'm alright Jack, and sod all the other poor beggars.
Well Rindi, on this topic you've got my 100% backing, its just foreign to me to use these badges in that way, I can't even see the reason for having one in that case because its just daft and is not benefitting the disabled driver at all, just inconveniencing others who do need to use these space.
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