The first time I saw this sign
, on the first-floor toilets, I thought, "I must be in some kind of alternate universe
Apparently I was just in an alternate university
. Meet TAU
- Tel Aviv University
, and it's two (at least) second-floor handicapped-friendly toilets
They are basically saying,
"Dear Mr. Handicapped person,
We've gone out of our way to make toilets that you can use in comfort, because we know how difficult moving around is for you. So, to be able to go to the comfortable toilets, all you have to do is slip out of your wheelchair, climb up this flight of stairs using your arms, holding the wheelchair by your teeth. At the top (should you succeed reaching it), get back in and comfortably urinate in a toilet we made sure could accomodate you."
And I wondered how come there are no handicapped people studying computer science at TAU. I think TAU should change it's motto to "We Care."