• "was spray painted free-hand by a Parkinson's patient…"

    Surely you can come up with humour that doesn't come at the expense of others? That's something that most of us learned in grade school.

    • Errr…sorry about that, we tend to get carried away with the 'humor' and forget about the collateral damage. How about we post up an article about the upcoming Cars for Dystonia and Parkinson's Research show happening in Texas and send them a check to maybe get 'karma' neutral on this one.

      cars4research.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1052072

  • ~ the thought crossed my mind because both my father and grandfather suffered as parkinson's victims giving me a high probability. but i'm really not offended. after all we must maintain some ability to find humor in our human condition. it broke my heart when Dad spilled his coffee as he shuffled to his chair but his willingness to chuckle and return to the pot for a refill teaches volumes.

  • ~ my personal thanks for posting the links to Bachmann-Straus Dystonia & Parkinson's Foundation and Cars for Dystonia and Parkinson's Research web sites, a gentlemanly method to resolve a difference of opinion.

  • I thought it was funny as hell. Please don't let the nanny police ruin this site like they have BAT (well that has the nanny police and the tweeds, but still…)

    • Pointing at a Parkinson's sufferer and saying "Hey Shaky McShakerson…." No. Not funny.

      The visual of a general non-descript Parkinson's sufferer trying to spraypaint on a windy day? Yes. Funny.

      And there's a huge difference between the two. Learn some nuance, sensitive pants.

    • Evidently Daily Turismo doesn't agree with your logic (if you can call it that). Sensitive pants? Last time I heard that expression was in grade school. Once again proving my point about the juvenile nature of this form of humour (again, if you can call it that).

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