JUST FOR FUN... As rambochick posted: "Does your child have ADHD? Good news: now you can skip the line at the amusement park in the United Kingdom, thanks to new anti-discrimination laws. Children with attention-deficit disorders, a recognised psychiatric condition, can now queue- jump at theme parks because they cannot cope with the stress of waiting. Passes are given to those who can prove they have the condition, but teachers have criticised the scheme, saying it undermines their efforts to encourage patience. (Source: Times Online)" And in the NZ Herald today: "An Edinburgh lollipop man has quit over claims he was told not to high-five children or give them sweets. John Hunter, 69, dished out chocolates on his birthday and at Christmas. But two parents complained, says the BBC. Mr Hunter said he was told by the council that giving out high-fives was a "health and safety risk"." I'm not suggesting we have a big argument about all this, just that we have some fun with the idea that that positive discrimination/political correctness is becoming more commonplace in society. So, get your best 'Daily Mail' hat on and let us know... what could be next?!? P.S try not to be too offensive - and I appreciate the irony in asking that!