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MrMiyamoto141 karma

My wife uses a wheelchair and some additional suggestions for bathrooms include:

  • make sure soap dispensers can be used from a seated position, the number of times we’ve run into places where even if they have room for legs under the sinks the soap dispensers are on the wall or way too far up by the mirrors
  • having at least one mirror angled down at a 45 degree or so angle is really helpful
  • having a family bathroom separate from the others (or just all gender neutral bathrooms, it’s the current year, people) are VERY helpful because if I’m pushing my wife in her manual chair we can’t use a gendered bathroom together even if there are disabled stalls in there

For venue-related things I totally agree with the view disruption and companion seating issues. I cannot count the number of times we’ve encountered one or both of those things.

MrMiyamoto29 karma

How (or is) this investigation related to the similar one in Kentucky covered by the podcast Dig?


MrMiyamoto10 karma

Interesting! Thanks for the hard work and challenging institutions that often have no other oversight unless journalists step in to put a spotlight on them. Especially in America, journalism is a tough field to be in and your work to give a voice to voiceless victims is appreciated.

MrMiyamoto9 karma

Far worse even. Around 3,000 people died on 9/11 while around 7+ million died during the Holodomor.

I would like to know how modern Ukrainians (in Crimea or not) can still support Russia and Russification in spite of this.

MrMiyamoto4 karma

Have you ever watched Birdemic: Shock and Terror? If so, what do you think of its lame depiction of your industry?