Cheryl shares this interesting bus conversation:
"I got into a discussion about handicapped seating on the bus this weekend. A woman with a cane took the position that able-bodied people were never, ever to sit in the seats marked handicapped.
"A man with a small child in his lap said the child meant he could sit there.
"I am of the opinion I can sit there, but if someone got on the bus after me who needed the seat, I was supposed to move. It was a very nice debate--there was no yelling or shaking of canes. And none of us convinced the others of anything."
Meanwhile, a 9-month pregnant Tribune reporter complained on the RedEye's CTA blog that no one on the bus gave her a seat, despite her very pregnant self.
That reminds me of the very spirited discussion on the subject we had here.