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Editorial: Cheater Pants
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|Title:||Editorial: Cheater Pants|
|Authors:||Conway, Megan A.|
State of Hawaii
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies|
|Citation:||Conway, M. A. (2011). Editorial: Cheater Pants. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 7(2).|
|Series:||vol. 7, no. 2|
|Abstract:||I have a “Friend,” who shall remain nameless, who is forever on the Hawaii State List of Persons Who Have Previously Attempted to Cheat the System. A few years ago this Friend was applying for a renewed Disabled Persons Placard (hereafter referred to as DPP in the spirit of true academic devotion) at a Satellite City Hall (SCH). Several months before, Friend had diligently responded to the notice requiring that all persons possessing a current DPP must re-apply and include a new physician’s Verification of Eligibility Form (now known as VOF). This was being done to ensure that all valid DPPs were truly valid and not just fake-valid. Friend went to her physician and her insurance company (don’t tell them) paid Dr. Doctor to sign his name next to a statement that yes, indeed, Friend was still as permanently disabled as she had been on the day she was born. Friend then shoved the VEF for the DPP in a drawer somewhere and forgot about it...|
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