Old driver joke . . . or is it?

Mike Arman armanmik at n-jcenter.com
Tue Oct 16 10:03:30 EDT 2001

>From: Larry C Leung <l.leung at juno.com>
>Sorry for the WOB, but this one struck me as funny for a automotive
>--------- Forwarded message ----------
>Somewhere in Florida
>A group of senior citizens were talking at the breakfast table in a 
>nursing home.  "My arms are so weak I can hardly lift this cup of 
>said one woman. 
>"Yes, I know..  My cataracts are so bad I can't even see my coffee." 
>another.  "I can't turn my head because of the arthritis in my  neck. 
>"said a third, to which several nodded in agreement. 
>My blood pressure pills make me dizzy, "...another went on.  "I guess
>the price we pay for getting old," winced an old man as  he 
>slowly shook his head. 
>Then there was a short moment of silence. 
>"Well, it's not that bad, "said one woman cheerfully.  "Thank goodness 
>all still drive." 

The ATM machines at the drive-through windows in banks in Florida have
braille markings on them.

I am not sure if this is required as part of the ADA, or is part of the
"know your customer" banking regulations (which would indicate that Florida
banks do indeed know their customers), or if braille is required on ATM
machines in drive-through windows of banks in other states than Florida.

Audi Content: Under the ADA, my Audi will NOT be parked in a handicapped
space - ever!!!

Best Regards,

Mike Arman (in Florida)

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