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When you see a younger individual park in a handicapped spot, I'm sure you can't help but wonder what's wrong with that person. He seems to be walking fine and you don't see anything physically wrong with him.What you don't know is maybe that young man is having a good day. Maybe he can walk OK for a few minutes. That young man might be a veteran or have a disease, or maybe he was in a horrific accident and had a leg amputated.Before you judge someone, try walking or, in this case, limping a mile in his shoes. Until you understand how hard it is for this young man to get around, please, keep your dirty looks and nasty comments to yourself. 

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