The other day I was waiting in line at the quick check-out counter at our local grocery store. Many of you have been there, where only fifteen items or less are accepted. Ahead of me were a couple of physically challenged customers. One, a woman in a wheel chair and the other, a male who was also physically challenged. He appeared to have MS. They had more than fifteen items and because of their challenges they were slow and the woman's wheel chair wouldn't fit into a regular check-out counter. Behind me was an impatient woman, who complained out loud, "You're only allowed fifteen items. I'[m in a hurry." She said this several times. How would you deal with the women behind you?