This is a true story and not exaggerated the lest bit. Today I went out for breakfast and to see a movie at noon. The movie theater we went to was called 'Silver city' which is a 'top end' movie theater which seats hundreds of people per show. We usually sit up at the top row so we can see better. We managed to get seats on the second row from the back on the aisle. When the movie started my Dad said he was going to get the car and bring it around while my Mom and I watch the credits to figure out the actors. About five minutes later we decided to start heading down the stairs (after discovering Leslie is actually Annasophia Robb). For those of you that don't know, I'm physically disabled. I wear plastic leg braces which help me to walk: Please disregard the wrong date. My camera was a hand-me-down that no longer works well. Anyways, I held onto my Mom's arm while we slowly descend the stairs. Two middle aged men (30+) were behind us. Three-quarters of the way down the stairs, one of them yells "Are you cripple or what, hurry up!" without knowing I wear my braces, due to long pants. I paused and said over my shoulder, "actually, I am.." and pulled up a pant leg slightly. When the men saw my ailment they responded by saying "Then hurry up you b.tch." Thus, the imperfectness of the world; rude people such as them. Humanity has failed me today in two ways; ignorance and arrogance. On a final note, this is a discussion I'm creating about how humanity is losing a grip on things and not a rant.