I confess, I'd do it again.

There were three of us waiting to play a public piano. Out of the three I was next and the two others guys were much better than I. There was a little native girl, maybe three, playing joyfully. None of us minded waiting and the girl and mom were having a great time. Up rolls a guy in a wheelchair, he says to the child; "can I play the piano?" He scared the child off. I said to him; "there are three others waiting and intimidating the kid is not cool" He looked at me bitterly He then asked us to move the stool out of the way so he could play I said; "wait your turn" The guy actually said; "But I'm in a wheelchair" in a whiney tone I couldn't believe the entitled attitude of the asshole I sat down and started playing The guy sat close by yapping like a little dog He called me all kinds of names and called me an asshole I cussed the a-hole out good What an attitude and the mouth on the douchebag I'd do it again, in a heartbeat I confess, I hate assholes


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Jan 31, 2020 at 10:52am

... Wrongs dont make a right. Three lefts do tho.

Good For You

Jan 31, 2020 at 10:57am

Most in Vancouver are too cowardly to stand up for what's right. Even though this is a minor case it is a step in the right direction. People with disabilities do have the capacity to be assholes like all of us do. For some reason they feel they get a pass (though I haven't experienced it too much). Don't stop barking back!


Jan 31, 2020 at 11:27am

I wish I could have been there...

I'd have slammed the piano down onto your entitled fingers and smashed them as hard as possible.

bob the bigot?

Jan 31, 2020 at 11:45am

Same thing happened to me while waiting first in line for the bus. Super long lineup and raining and right before the bus arrives a woman walks right up and waits beside me.

I suggest that she wait in line like everyone else and she shouts out that she's disabled and has to have a seat.

When I mention that she is probably not allowing someone else behind her to get home for dinner and have to wait another 30 minutes she goes into a tirade and shouts that her mother is disabled too and that she taught her that the only way to get a seat is to fight for it cause no one gives them up for her.

Then she calls me a bigot and gets on and takes the first seat in.

Angry and entitled ... sad.

Good for you!

Jan 31, 2020 at 1:01pm

Being in a wheelchair doesn’t mean you get to always go to the front of the line. It’s ridiculous that some people assume that anyone with a disability automatically gets to behave badly and get away with it. I’m disabled too, but that doesn’t entitle me to be an ass.

Re: anon

Jan 31, 2020 at 3:04pm

I don't think cowrads like you do things like that.


Jan 31, 2020 at 6:48pm

i hate cowrads

@Good for you

Jan 31, 2020 at 8:38pm

It does at disneyland, pal

@ Anonymous

Feb 1, 2020 at 8:27am

What a horrible thing to say, especially since the OP was NOT the one with the entitled attitude.

@ bob

Feb 1, 2020 at 9:51am

Dont try and relate to OP.

Theres a huge difference between a bus and a public piano.

Youre a POS

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