Not sure which one covers this, but im sure at least one of them does. Anyway, cashpoint machines is my gripe. Ok, I understand, people in wheelchairs, cannot get up as high as most normal people, but, why do cashpoint machines now have to be so fookin low down? I have to bend down to see the screen, being as tall as I am, just to be able to see when the damn things ask me to type in my number, so my arguement is this. Why the feck do they have to make them so low for wheelchair bound people, but do not give a shit about taller people who have to lean over at stupid angles just to be able to read the requests on the screens? Surely there is a ruling somewhere that should compensate for those of us not considered as dwarfs? Why not just put two machines in a wall, one for stumpy fecks, and one for normal height people? Is it too much to ask? Assuming over 6' is normal in this inbred age!