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Posted by  nothing matters and what if it did on April 02, 2004 at 15:47:27:

In Reply to:  Re: Phony DesignCommunity Architecture Discussion Forum posted by Richard Haut on April 02, 2004 at 13:58:42:

I have never experienced an inferiority complex regarding this problem, as its noted here that there are 17 million other Americans or 7 percent* of the population who are unable to urinate in the presence of others....in a typical building environment, they may feel trapped..Agoraphobia is also connected with this phobia....what about claustrophobia....unable to be in small places...maybe we will also have to provide wider, and larger sized elevators for those who are unable to be in the presence of others in a closed in space...and whats next...maybe wider toilet stalls for them too, so that are able to relieve themselves without running home or quitting their jobs,... so go suggest a larger than a typical handicap stall while you are at this rediculous study, just because the ADA analites cannnot figure out all the existing handicap problems to start with?

Big Government = ADA unlimited. UNITE and Fight this movement before we will all be out of work and places to relieve ourselves. I say p*ss on all those (in the presence of all others) who come up with these foolish studies !


 
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