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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratman323, Oct 11, 2018.
Meh, it’s none of my business.
So it was United with that Doctor?
So they fly free of charge? Next time I'll bring my emotional support person, aka girlfriend. Free of charge of course.
Yes, if I remember correctly. Reminded me of why I avoid flying with them.
Of course, with all the merging and lower competition they're becoming basically the same anyways.
more than 1 actually
I evade the whole issue by staying in the overhead storage the whole time.
Wet blanket time.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion and certainly has the right to express it, however...
If You suffer from an OSI and or PTSD or know someone who does then jocularity discounts the condition and belittles the injury.
I like jokes as much as the next person but really....
That said Im out of this thread.
my friends daughter went on the web and bought a "service dog" cover/blanket/jacket for her dog to wear so she can bring the dog on the plane when she fly's from her state out to california and back. Just cause she wants to bring her dog with her, it's not a service dog.
but hey that's what I say about my ham sandwich when I bring it on the plane I have "specific dietary needs" that require me to have my french roll with ham and cheese
Hi , buddies
I do get frustrated upset when I see someone manipulating/ not actual need using service dog badge for pet.
Because than actual ones with training get interfered with.
I don't think anyone was joking about OSI/PTSD, or those who suffer from it.
The comments in this thread seem to be directed toward those people who do not suffer from any such injury, but try to abuse and take advantage of the system.
except for veterans -
if you truly have a situation where you can not leave the house without your support peacock.
do not leave the house you jackass
It’s not just military PTSD. You can get a doctor to process paperwork for support pets for any number of mental illnesses. It’s very easy to do, with no oversight whatsoever.
As I said earlier, my daughter in law is looking at getting a support dog, she's epileptic. She'd find this thread hilarious, not as abuse. If I could get a support pet to help me walk, I be there like a shot.
Get a big enough dog and ride it like a horse
If I could get my leg over...
Um, let me rephrase that...
St. Bernard, minimum.
I may as well just get a horse and take up rose growing as a hobby.
Or a camel? What about an effelump?
thrup already has plans for his. Brandy barrel and all. I’m sure, stratman is training his new peacock to fetch him a pint as we speak.
Sign me up, too. As @heltershelton pointed out in another thread, they bring martinis, and that's something I can get behind.
You’d go crazy inside of an hour, playing with flowers. Camels spit. Might keep the neighbors away