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  1. Right on! I have wondered about this for years. One of those great non-sequiturs of life.

  2. Bre says:

    Maybe the bank is trying to be politically correct just in case a blind person walks up to a drive-thru ATM machine.

  3. Brian J Que says:

    Hmmm.. well there is that possibility that you could be driving your blind relative through the ATM.
    Then again, you could be the one to push the buttons for him/her.
    But then see? Now you know their PIN, and frankly, I wouldn’t even give my mom my PIN.
    So there you have it. It’s so that a blind person can have a Personal Identification Number that remains indeed ‘personal.’ šŸ˜‰

  4. brent says:

    why do 7-11’s have locks on their doors?

  5. Josie says:

    Good one, Brent.
    See, I thought about the possibility that a blind person could walk up to the ATM or be driven by someone, but this particular machine only has some braille keys and no voice commands such as “Enter your pin”, etc. So they’d still need assistance from a person who could see.

  6. Brian J Que says:

    You think they train seeing eye dogs know to bark when the screen changes?

  7. Mae Cruz says:

    Its because they only make one universal atm. It reduces the hassle of having so many different kinds of atms and also because of federal regulations.

  8. Brian J Que says:

    Ahhh, so there you have it. It was fun trying to think up the various reasons though.. hehe.

  9. Josie says:

    I’d get the seeing eye dog who barks when the screen changes just for the entertainment value. šŸ™‚

  10. trench says:

    lmao. Blind Drivers? There are quite a few on Guam! lol

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