Re: Re: college green/ o’connell street plaza and pedestrians
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Re the letter of the woman from the National Council for the Blind: the rights of the entire people of Ireland to have the limited remaining historical heritage of their capital city preserved outweights the needs of a smaller number of blind people to have studs on the pavement at every last crossing. There’s no doubt in my mind what is for the greater good. Maybe if blind people had to actually look at this shit every day, they’d change their tune. While we’re at it, we should dig up the steps leading up to every Georgian building in Dublin so that wheelchair users don’t have problems. And maybe we should pump billions into levelling out sloped streets so that those in wheelchairs don’t have problems. IT’S THE FUCKING REAL WORLD AND YOU’RE DISABLED: GET USED TO IT.