For handicapped persons with VERY strong arms

Something tells me this isn’t quite what the American with Disabilities Act means by “Wheelchair Accessible”. LOL
improvised wheelchair accessible
H/t Break
~Eowyn

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  1. It works real well going down. What’s the problem.?

     
    • But, once down, the wheelchair keeps going and going and going! VROOM! LOL

       
      • Yes, and doesn’t that lead right into little (o)bamacare where they just shoot granny over the cliff.
        PS what do you think of new nick name for Shiite head
        little (o) do you get it.
        Also have a new acronym dilligaff what you think? I’ll email you meaning.

         
        • “PS what do you think of new nick name for Shiite head little (o) do you get it.”
          Before the election, my name for the squatter in the White House is POS. I still think it’s a good fit, although I’m now so disgusted, I’m beyond POS. If you think of something that’s even worse than POS, I’m game!

           
  2. Thanks, Dr. Eowyn,
    Looks like an ObamaCare budget management solution.
    ~ TD

     
  3. Geez! Not even near the handrail where you might have a snowball’s chance of braking before you get to the bottom. And, not that I’m complaining (okay, I am) but the incline is too steep to be in accordance with the ADA guidelines governing ramps. Just sayin’

     
  4. It keeps ’em “phfit!!!”

     

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