Don’t delay the joy! My last article sounded good but let’s be real! I’m not the kind of person who can walk away from a social injustice, especially when it involves the handicapped. As promised by the customer relations department, American Airlines has refused to communicate with me. As far as I know, the gates of hell are going to open on Saturday and I’ll just have to endure whatever AA dishes out. This time, I’ll wear a diaper and keep my walker with me.
Don’t delay the joy! This is most likely my last trip to Paradise Village with my childhood friends. I’ve been bedridden much of the trip. Parkinson’s does that to you. I’ve been lucky as I’ve got 20 years worth of memories of trips to Spain, Italy, Hawaii and Mexico! If I can’t travel, at least I can make traveling better for the handicapped. My next step is to involve the government and get them to enforce the law.
I’ll keep my readership up to date and ask you to be as vocal aspossible. I have gotten many helpful ideas and I hope you stillkeep them coming. My favorite idea was to film the transporters as they interact with their handicapped passengers.
The handicapped need your help and support. By the way, this seems to be a system wide problem. At least, United Airlines promised to do something about it.