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[–] NotHereForPizza 4 points 2 points (+6|-4) ago 

Yeah, she's an asshole. Don't get me wrong here.

With that being said though, animals don't belong around fucking food. Working in a restaurant, this frustrates me to no end. There's a plethora of reasons I can come up with that dogs or any other animals don't belong in restaurants, but I think the sanitation aspect is the strongest case I can come up with before this gets too long.

Veteran or not, bringing your animal into a place where people go to be served food is bad news for anyone that owns the place, the employees who work there, and someone like me who thinks about the logistics of these scenarios.

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[–] Kleyno 2 points 4 points (+6|-2) ago 

Yeah... no.

I'm not seeing two sides with equal merit here. One was in the right, the other clearly in the wrong.

The bitch was out of line, waving her black privilege all over the place, and when people tried to point out that she was wrong, that the law said it was okay because of the type of dog it was, she went fucking ape shit.

That guy has been through enough, clearly, since he needs a specially trained PTSD dog, without that fucking bitch making his life any harder.

So long as the dog is well trained and doesn't bark, attack other diners, or attempt to climb up onto the tables, then I don't see a problem. Let the poor dude eat his meal in peace. You can't handle it? Then express that by withholding your custom and eating elsewhere.

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[–] heywoodnj 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

I'm with you and I don't get the tone of this thread. In my experience service dogs are almost invisible in public. Do I want someones yappy little lap rat interacting with me in public?...Nope. This is different. I would like to think I would have the opportunity to pay for the vets meal before I was charged with a hate crime for getting in the sheboons face.

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[–] eagleshigh 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Any idea what PTSD dogs do?

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[–] NotHereForPizza 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

I'm still not going to agree with this shit man.

Firstly, I didn't watch the video. I see/hear enough niggers scream shit at people every day, excuse me for getting a little burned out.

I suppose I took the time to vent about people bringing fucking animals around restaurants. That shit really razzles my raisins.

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[–] HarveyKlinger 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

@Kleyno is correct. As long as the dog is not around food prep there is no health code violation and no risk of germs or contamination. Don't get me wrong, I get why she's upset there's a dog in the restaurant but like it or not, it's perfectly legal. Her options are to stay or go. I don't like eating dinner around screaming babies but I can't throw them out of the restaurant either.

Our service men and women deserve our respect. Once you know a few people that have come back from active duty and put a bullet through their head you fully understand the importance of this type of service animal. I'm sorry he and his family had to go through that.

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[–] NotHereForPizza 7 points -5 points (+2|-7) ago 

Cut the emotional appeal shit. What sensible person doesn't like/respect veterans?

Veteran or not, (and fuck your regulatory "this is legal, deal with it" shit) you shouldn't bring an animal into a crowded restaurant in the first place. It's not sanitary (how often do you bathe your animals again? oh, and how often do you bathe again?), they get in the way, if they bark everyone is alerted (biological response due to domestication), and some young children aren't well adjusted to them, leaving them nervous and whiney and annoying.

Again, this woman is a bitch for screaming at anyone in the first place, especially with that self-righteous attitude. I may be able to find small bits where I agree with her, but I refuse to sit here and listen to her nig screeches. Still, that doesn't mean she's entirely wrong.

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[–] 10548342 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Do you have dogs? If not, do you think dogs in ones homes shouldn't be allowed in the kitchen or dining room?

If you take care of your dog, it's not any dirtier than your average human. Fun fact: human bites are among the worst you can get. Human mouths are absolutely filthy. Think about that next time you kiss a human.

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[–] NotHereForPizza 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

I have a Weimerarner and lab mix named Baxter who's 5 years old.

I fucking love dogs but I'd never take mine into a crowded RESTAURANT, even if I had PTSD. As I've said this entire time, it doesn't matter who's holding the leash.

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[–] EvilSeagull 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

You say there's a "plethora of reasons" animals don't belong around food. Name one. What do you think we do with our pets at home, keep them out of the kitchen or away from us when we're eating? Hell, my dog eats off my fork. I think you're scared of dogs, just like the fat nasty bitch in the video was.

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[–] NotHereForPizza 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

Read what I fucking wrote you faggot.

Also, there's a giant difference between letting your dog eat after you at home versus taking yours into a crowded restaurant.