Somebody here got tired of the BS…


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10 Responses to Somebody here got tired of the BS…

  1. ka9vsz says:

    Bravo! The disabled folks I’ve worked and lived with are not amused by the pretenders.

    Hereabouts, city bus drivers were not allowed to even ask if your (fill in animal du jour) is a service animal. AND, no ID, registration, etc. exists for said creatures.

    A local guy was notorious for repeatedly bringing his “service dog” into places where the mutt’s behavior would get him banned. He would then sue for discrimination. He was eventually arrested after a big noisy fight with management and the cops at a McD’s. Dog slept through the whole thing.

  2. Ben says:

    This is a clear case of discrimination on the basis of species. That’s gotta be somehow illegal! 😺

  3. thexrayboy says:

    The morons who think they need support animals are generally too stupid to grasp that this announcement is targeting them specifically.

  4. Mike says:

    I’ve always felt that the whole “emotional support animal” thing is pure, grade A bull sh*t. I wish the best of luck to whoever the owners of this place are because they’re going to need it. In this litigious society that we live in, you have to know that they are going to get sued.

  5. Anonymous says:

    ….not if the esa’s are required to stay in the same enclosure as the owner’s emotional support alligator…

    Besides, wouldn’t one of those “management reserves the right to refuse entry and service …..” signs work, or are those verboten?

  6. Tennessee Budd says:

    My state is about to pass a law cracking down on ‘service’ and ‘support’ animals. I’m rarely in favor of new/more laws, but that shit is out of control.

  7. Mike says:

    After I wrote my previous comment, I got curious, so I took a look at what the laws in Arizona say. I’m very happy to say that the owners of this store have every right to do this. Arizona does not recognize emotional support animals for public access rights, as it does service animals. This means emotional support animals can be denied access to public places.

  8. Chris says:

    I am my dogs emotional support human.

  9. Arthur says:

    I do not need an “emotional support animal” because my Emotional Support .45 serves all my needs on that score.

To the stake with the heretic!