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  1. Hi there, I have the LFCC summer url bookmarked can you please put a link to the winter show on the summer homepage? Thanks
  2. hey, feel free to use your disabled badge to queue jump, don't push yourself to the point of pain that is madness! I hate queuing but i am able and its not so bad as long as I have a pair of flat shoes I am guessing the recovery the following few days is pretty grueling too. Disabities are not fair just ask anyone who complains if they would like to swap! Perhaps Show masters could offer a special disability only gold pass? also, yes, the recovery is going to take a long time lol. i am currently laid up in bed and can't move a muscle i am wrecked. worth it though I bet! personally I see using your badge as a way of helping to equal out the great unfairness that is some people having serious disabilities. I have to admit there was a serious lack of places to sit and for a lot fo disabled people sitting on the floor presents a whole load of other issues like getting back up! Just tell the swearers you belong to an exclusive club that they to can join if they get themselves permanently disabled, and offer to run them over with a truck!
  3. hey, feel free to use your disabled badge to queue jump, don't push yourself to the point of pain that is madness! I hate queuing but i am able and its not so bad as long as I have a pair of flat shoes I am guessing the recovery the following few days is pretty grueling too. Disabities are not fair just ask anyone who complains if they would like to swap! Perhaps Show masters could offer a special disability only gold pass?
  4. But surely those who have a blue badge, who have a disability regardless of whether it is visble or not, have a right to use it to assist them?! Whether thats in the form of parking in a disabled space or being whisked to the front of a queue. It is wrong if anyone to not respect the space they are in. I bumped into lots of people and vice versa and I heard sorry either from me or them every time. That's fine then an individual deserves some help and assistance, but no i don't think that having a disability deserves to be whisked to the front of the queue. We are all in this together, none of us like the queueing aspect of a Con, that's why i purchased a Gold Pass. It is not about not "liking" the queuing some people physically cannot queue. A lot of disabled people also cannot stand for long periods of time while at comicon so while an able bodied person can spend all day there a lot of people with disabilities will struggle to spend more than a few hours. Why should someone who is already struggling with a condition have to pay out a lot more money because they are unable to experience it otherwise? That is basic discrimination. Life is hard if you are disabled and it is simply trying to level the playing field.
  5. Not, my first event, but certainly feeling nervous! What if my costume isn't up to scratch, or I loose my tickets, or i fall on my face in-front of someone famous, or i just loose it........ personally I think this feeling is completely normal.
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