No more seats

A few months ago, I bought a Groupon for myself and Jeff to see Josh Groban. He had a concert in Philadelphia in November. I even called the venue prior to buying the tickets and they said I could still get accessible seating even with the Groupon.

To make a long story short - not true.  I couldn't get a wheelchair accessible seat. Thank God that I didn't just show up as told. Groupon finally did refund my money, but it made me think.  It's very annoying when there's only a handful of accessible seats yet hundreds even thousands of non accessible seating.  

Discrimination comes in all versions. It's ashame when having a disability the number of times one is discriminated against.


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