next time someone needs a demonstration of the cut curb effect (e.g. how even the most selfish ablebodied people should want accessibility measures, because what is necessary for a disabled person is often really nice to have if you're ablebodied - for example, a cut curb may be there to make something accessible for people in wheelchairs, but if you're pushing a grocery cart or baby stroller they're also really handy), may i suggest: this meme

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@wigglytuffitout Yes, though care needs to be taken to avoid situations like elevators and buses (stairs and walking are often faster), or stickykeys (where the first interaction is near-universally of it breaking things)

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