I was updating a profile on aim, and remembered this quote I'd stuck in there. It's from 'The Poisonwood Bible' by Barbara Kingsolver, and it is a really good book. Anyway, one of the characters is crippled on one side of her body, and says this in response to her frustration with it: "The arrogance of the able-bodied is staggering. Yes, maybe we'd like to be able to get places quickly, and carry things in both hands, but only because we have to keep up with the rest of you, or get The Verse. We would rather be just like us, and have that be all right." It seems to somewhat fit the mood around here, so I thought i'd post it.