Amanda, I got into such a rage state when I first saw it that it's taken me over a year to actually write about it. Just REALLY? And the whole esdpoie is framed in this really offensive way. If I recall correctly, it opens with Teller in a wheelchair, talking about all the ways that the area he's in violates the ADA and how he's going to sue, and while a non-speaking Black man in a wheelchair is doing tricks and picking stuff up behind him. (You can see a bit of that guy at the end of the linked clip.)*sigh*Astrid, my understanding filtered through Canadian sense of superiority (I love my country, but we really have some issues with Americans)- is that things seem sue happy to us because our laws about suing people are structured differently. In Canada, there are many cases where, if you sue someone and lose, you'll be responsible for their court and lawyer fees. I don't think this is true in the US. But, again Canadian bias.Robert yeah, I mean, sort of the same thing here. Last year they suspended giving free bus passes to blind people because of cost-cutting and we'd have to give free bus passes to everyone with a disability, and that would be bad! You'd think of we were all sue-happy, there'd be law suits and Human Rights Commissions complaints. My understanding is there's a letter-writing campaign. OH NOES!.-= Annab4s last blog .. =-.