My mother's in her seventies, and despite the fact that she's had a hip replacement and walks with a cane, she won't get one of those handicapped tags for her car. Why? She figures there are people worse off than her that need that space even more. People like the folks at FLY 92. An intrepid reader sent me some photos of one of their vehicles parked in a handicapped space at the Slingerlands Price Chopper on Saturday:
You can see the whole set of pictures here
. There were no handicapped plates and no hang tag, but it's plenty easy to tell who owns that car, isn't it?