You'll notice the "handicapped" man using the scooter can walk
@twopotatoes, well he's clearly some sort of handicapped
@Captain Swordsman, 👏
@twopotatoes, some can walk for tiny distances but long term is out of the question. It’s impossible to tell by just looking
@eleven, I reject your logic
@twopotatoes, hidden disabilities are a thing lol
@Kaywinnet, then you should call me a treasure chest
@twopotatoes, I somewhat agree here. I personally use a cane to walk. Do I NEED a cane? Absolutely not. But if I don't for long walks, or going out all day, my legs from previous injuries kill me. So I do see this as a possibility for him. It's a hard question to gauge.
@Youtuber, I just made a blanket statement, not a statement of fact, just opinion. He may very well have trouble walking extended distances, but I made a funny so laugh!
Every day I see things like this and I think “do they really let these people out of the house unsupervised?”
A recent example, I was on the ForeFlight (pilot resource) forum on Facebook and a pilot asked why ForeFlight did not recalculate his weight and balance at the end of a flight. Another user had to tell him to enter his fuel burn and then it would work. Like, you can’t figure out that you need to enter two data sets to calculate a difference but you have a pilots license?
This is a skit from a hidden camera show right?? ………right?
@An Average Australian, it's called "Target...UNCUT!" Sponsored by WalMart.
These are definitely the actions of an average Lakers fan.