Something I forgot to mention in yesterday's post when I mentioned that the retailers here in Montreal are struggling and closing their doors is that many stores (and not only stores, too, many public places) are not accessible to the disabled. Here in Quebec, working dogs are allowed in buses, restaurants and stores and pretty much any public place, as they are there to help a disabled individual see, hear, and sometimes these dogs even help someone who has epilepsy in that they can warn the owner when a seizure is about to occur. I especially feel for those who are in wheelchairs, because many public places are not accessible with ramps and do not have a flat entrance. Wherever stairs are present with no ramp you know that a person using a wheelchair cannot access it. Another factor is that when people shop online, it is safer (no violence like what happens on Black Friday) and if you are using a debit or credit card, you don't have people looking over your shoulder to try and get your pin number. Anyway, I just wanted to add this. Thanks so much for listening. :)
The videos I have chosen for this post are:
A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire
Beautiful Views of Mother Nature
M&S Gift - Christmas Present Wrapping Ideas
Alonnisos Old Village
For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo. You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.
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