Fakers Cut Airport Lines by Requesting Wheelchairs They Don’t Need

Airports — any airport, really, but especially Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta — are a miserable hellpits filled with forced groping, rubbery food, and lonely people working at the magic kit kiosks, hawking trick cards and imploring you to remember that they, too, were young once, full of wild dreams about opening for… » 10/04/12 11:10am 10/04/12 11:10am

Charity Gives People In Haiti These Awesome All-Terrain Wheelchairs

Last night at a premiere party for a movie — The Way, although I saw neither (star) Martin Sheen nor (director) Emilio Estevez and therefore didn't get to pester them with questions about Catholicism or Steve Jobs or whatever — I met a lady who runs a pretty cool charity. » 10/06/11 6:00pm 10/06/11 6:00pm

Nightmare Bridezilla Scoffs At Wheelchair Access For Guests

Karen—the Bridezilla who doesn't like "$9-an-hour human beings"—showed more of her ass on last night's episode when she bitched (and laughed) about a wedding guest who requested wheelchair access for the reception. » 10/26/09 11:00am 10/26/09 11:00am

When Gavin McInnes's daughter was born, doctors told him that she wasn't born with the ability to walk, and that it would take about a year for her to learn how. He didn't think that pushing a newborn around in a mini-wheelchair was any way to live, so he decided to take action. He made a short documentary » 9/12/08 6:30pm 9/12/08 6:30pm about his…