Having solved all of this nation’s problems, the Executive decides to fix the problem of handicapped restroom access on aircraft:

Prepare to see airfares increase to cover the cost of retrofitting all of the aircraft with handicapped restrooms. Now I know that many of you will say “I don’t fly, anyhow” but that isn’t the point. The point here is that the limousine liberals of the left want to be the only ones who can afford to travel, eat at nice restaurants, and go on vacations. They can’t stand the fact that poor people have access to the things that they have. It isn’t that they are really concerned about the environment or about carbon emissions. No, they want to make sure that the elites are the only ones who have access to luxuries like getting on an airplane. After all, you can’t be an elite if just anyone can fly off to Bali or the French Riviera.

Andrew Wilkow has a theory that the only reason why the left is opposed to capitalism and rich people is because they can’t stand knowing that ordinary people have access to luxuries that only the important people should have. After all, what’s the point of being a VIP if anyone could do what you do or have what you have? He calls this theory his “Everyman a King” theory.

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oldvet50 · July 13, 2023 at 6:01 am

I did not see the word ‘handicapped’ in Kameltoe’s tweet. I think it means that the majority of Americans are now unable to fit through the restroom doorway on most airplanes. You used to have to go to the circus to see people as fat as one sees in public today.

    Gerry · July 13, 2023 at 4:16 pm

    Exactly. I have seen people so large that I would have bet my check they could never get into the lav much less get out. IMHO you should not be on an aircraft if you fall into the morbidly obese category as a safety issue. There is no way Tim or Tina Tubby will not slow up an emergency evacuation. Kamala must be going for the fat ass vote.

SiG · July 13, 2023 at 7:13 am

It’s going to be really expensive to modify existing airplanes. Take out a row of seats, move whatever is on the bulkheads.

Changing the bathrooms on planes that aren’t built is far easier, but it will take decades to retrofit everything that’s flying now. The may be a feature and not a bug. Maybe it’s part of the WEF plan that us peons won’t be able to travel after 2030, except for special circumstances.

Don W Curton · July 13, 2023 at 7:28 am

The “everyman a king” theory explains all sorts of shit. Like eating bugs and artificial meat while the rich still have T-bones and wagyu steaks. Or being forced into shitbox electric golf-carts (think Nissan Leaf only crappier) while they get to keep their Ferrari’s and Mecedes. 15 minute cities and pod living while they have estates and beach houses and ranches. But we ain’t supposed to notice things like that, I guess.

WDS · July 13, 2023 at 7:36 am

Pretty telling that the Secretary of Transportation wasn’t given the spotlight to tweet this out.
btw, the tweet may have the VP’s name and image but she didn’t compose it, a staffer did. It’s too coherent and lacks the usual Harris word salad redundancy.

    Brother John · July 13, 2023 at 8:42 am

    I wish all of these idiots, parasites and professional whores would just reenact sumptuary laws, make it illegal to wear purple again, and just be honest for a change.

Grumpy52 · July 13, 2023 at 7:41 am

Having spent a decade in air medical, we had to do quarterly weigh-ins, in full gear.

Had one flight nurse try to do the butt-naked thing. The pilot just asked her if that was how she was going out on call-outs.

Jet engines have given us a tremendous safety margin (thrust v weight) but has allowed for the transport of extremely fat folks. In an emergency, better hope fatty ain’t in front of you, cause your escape route just got impeded.

It sucks, but read “The Survivors Club”. Every time we fly, I always sit on aisle…. and count the seats forward to nearest exit and behind me. My wife knows that we may only be able to climb over seats to get to same.

Chris · July 13, 2023 at 8:38 am

What are they going to do about the Isle’s?
They ain’t gonna Widen the damn plane !
Take out seats? That aint gonna happen?

And the Dumpsters tweet is BS.
It makes it sound like not all commercial planes have bathrooms. Which is BS.

Big Ruckus D · July 13, 2023 at 9:44 am

This bitch doesn’t care about making the airplane shitter handicapped accessible. She just wants to make it more comfortable to give head in the head. She should upgrade the mirrors too, to make it easier to check that she got everything cleaned off her face afterwards.

D · July 13, 2023 at 10:11 am

At one point I worked in a building that was divided into a business on the lower floor, and a business on the upper floor. They weren’t connected.

The upper floor was accessible from a sidewalk entrance on either side of the building. You had to go up 20 stairs or so to reach the customer waiting area.

When we built out the space initially, we put in a bathroom.

Then the government stopped by for an inspection. We were told the bathroom must have angled counters and one of those special bars for wheelchair access.

We replied “there’s no wheelchair access to the second floor–it’s all stairs”.

The government drone didn’t care that it was impossible to access the second floor by wheelchair. We still had to spend several thousand to make the bathroom ADA compliant.

After we moved into a larger building across town a few years later, the next tenant that moved in was told “you must install an elevator for wheelchair access”. The only way to do that would be to knock out a bunch of space in the downstairs businesses waiting area–basically eliminate it. The landlord turned the second story into his own personal storage space.

The business that was going to move in upstairs sold mountain climbing gear.

Yeah…government wanted to make sure a mountain climbing gear store was accessible to people in wheelchairs.

Thanks government.

Beans · July 13, 2023 at 12:18 pm

Once that gets in place, then they’ll attack the aisle width and the chair sizes and all the other things that go with handicapped-accessibility.

Personally, as the husband of a disabled person, we aren’t getting anywhere near metal death darts. Too many stupids out there.

Same with mass-transit busses or long-range busses or even most passenger rail. They really don’t meet the standards for easy handicapped accessibility.

But then again, does anyone actually listen to the Skanky Ho? It’s obvious she’s on the way out the door, so anything coming from her is less pertinent to reality than ever before.

And… yes, the elites have been bitching and moaning once the un-elites got enough money to invade the elites’ private world. Theater, symphonies, golf clubs, yacht clubs and harbors, air transit, rail transit (used to be the first class was wildly separated from the lower classes, now, not so much.) Even comfortable ocean travel is now accessible to the lowly plebes. Same with food (only rich people used to be able to afford unseasonable vegetables and fruit, now anyone can, at Walmart!)

Thus we get elites who try to get private beaches and bitch about the environment while owning sea-level homes and not having any solar panels on their domiciles.

JNorth · July 13, 2023 at 1:31 pm

IIRC it was Jackie Onassis who said “what’s the point in being rich if poor people have nice things too”.

Toastrider · July 13, 2023 at 3:22 pm

Interesting. I had come up with the same theory as Wilkow.

There’s something intrinsically broken with these people. It’s not enough that they have more than you. They want to take away everything you might enjoy.

Francis W. Porretto · July 14, 2023 at 4:24 am

— Andrew Wilkow has a theory that the only reason why the left is opposed to capitalism and rich people is because they can’t stand knowing that ordinary people have access to luxuries that only the important people should have. —

This is a fascinating case of inverted envy. Ordinarily the envier hates the envied one for having what the envier does not. In this case, the envier has everything the envied one has, and probably much more…but he’s obsessed with his need to feel privileged, superior, and above all APART from the hoi polloi. He detests any reduction of the difference between them.

I wonder if there’s been a scholarly treatment of this phenomenon, which would go a long way to explaining the mindset and behavior of our “elite.”

    Toastrider · July 14, 2023 at 9:52 pm

    We all know what schadenfreude is. And many people can applaud and take some happiness from another’s good fortune or achievement.

    Honestly, I think it’s because some of these people are horribly, desperately unhappy. They don’t really believe in anything — forget about God, this lot can’t even empathize enough with their fellow humans. And so there’s this yawning void in their guts.

    And in a fit of rage, they try to assuage it by taking other people’s happiness away.

S Beam · July 14, 2023 at 9:49 pm

So there is a company that has built a wheelchair accessible commercial airplane but decided to fore go the rest room? Something smells fishy and it isn’t the airplane or the bathroom. Making up new problems do not solve existing problems that are intentionally being ignored but they sure seem to hope so.

lynn · July 15, 2023 at 10:00 pm

I want to know how they are going to get a wheelchair down those aisles. And the disabled bathroom will need a six foot swing room on the plane. And as soon as they can, a non-disabled will rush into the handicapped bathroom for the entire plane trip.

lynn · July 15, 2023 at 10:08 pm

Of course, Larry The Cable Guy says that the handicapped bathroon is great for pushing room.

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