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Florida says "hold my beer," again...

http://www.foxnews.com/...upport-squirrel.html

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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I fell off my bike when I was 6. Can I have a new puppy?

I am all for service animals and support animals in cases where it makes sense. To me though, this seems a little bit like, "Wacky guy nurses squirrel back to health, isn't grown up enough to let go and looks for any way possible to keep it."

Of course I've been told I'm an insensitive asshole so who knows...
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

i hate people.
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Madduck] [ In reply to ]
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Madduck wrote:
we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

i hate people.

Sweet mother of God. If your emotional support ankle biter requires a crutch of its own, maybe you should have chosen an emotionally stronger animal...or you really, really suck at life.

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.

”look, duffy is a great lover. the best!” -

slowman (owner of slowtwitch.com) 10/01/17
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Duffy] [ In reply to ]
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.

Have we reached the point where I'm allowed to say that I identify as a cat, or is that still on the get-locked-in-the-psych-ward side of the line?

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Dr. Tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.


Have we reached the point where I'm allowed to say that I identify as a cat, or is that still on the get-locked-in-the-psych-ward side of the line?



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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Dr. Tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.

Have we reached the point where I'm allowed to say that I identify as a cat, or is that still on the get-locked-in-the-psych-ward side of the line?

If you identify as a cat and I use you as an emotional support animal you get to fly free
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [windywave] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.
Have we reached the point where I'm allowed to say that I identify as a cat, or is that still on the get-locked-in-the-psych-ward side of the line?
If you identify as a cat and I use you as an emotional support animal you get to fly free

Nice! er, purrrrr

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disclaimer: I am a PhD, not a medical doctor. The closest I get to surgery is topology.
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Dr. Tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
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Everyone now has to accommodate other peoples’ mental illnesses and play along with their delusions.

Men can be women, squirrels can be emotional support and everything is racist.

Have we reached the point where I'm allowed to say that I identify as a cat, or is that still on the get-locked-in-the-psych-ward side of the line?

Just watched a great documentary last night, called “Kedi”, about the cats of Istanbul. It was really good.

I wouldn’t go so far as saying I’m a cat but if there is reincarnation I’m coming back as a street cat in Istanbul.

”look, duffy is a great lover. the best!” -

slowman (owner of slowtwitch.com) 10/01/17
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I saw that in the theatre. It was good.

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Dr. Tigerchik] [ In reply to ]
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Dr. Tigerchik wrote:
I saw that in the theatre. It was good.

I identified with some of those cats.

”look, duffy is a great lover. the best!” -

slowman (owner of slowtwitch.com) 10/01/17
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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This is why our standard lease is now 76 pages long single-spaced.

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Madduck] [ In reply to ]
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I flew last Friday and sat with of a lady that had an emotional support dog. The lady was open about the fact she bought a yellow vest on-line so the dog could accompany her when she traveled. Unknown to me, during the flight, the dog chewed on my leather briefcase. I didn't notice the briefcase until after the bitch got off the plane.

I'm starting to hate people.



Madduck wrote:
we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

i hate people.
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Go Pound Sand] [ In reply to ]
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Can't wait too start bringing my emotional support honey badger to work...

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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Don’t hate on Peapod the Pocket Squirrel.

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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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Sideways wrote:
Can't wait too start bringing my emotional support honey badger to work...

You found one that cares?
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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If you do you won't have to take no sh t.

Life is full of froth and trouble, two things stand in stone
Kindness in another's troubles, courage in one's own
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Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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Sideways wrote:
Can't wait too start bringing my emotional support honey badger to work...


  • Is this animal required because of a disability?
  • What work or task has this animal been trained to perform?

  • If you don't have good answers to those questions than I can kick your sorry ass animal the fuck out of my hotel.

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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [Go Pound Sand] [ In reply to ]
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    Go Pound Sand wrote:
    I flew last Friday and sat with of a lady that had an emotional support dog. The lady was open about the fact she bought a yellow vest on-line so the dog could accompany her when she traveled. Unknown to me, during the flight, the dog chewed on my leather briefcase. I didn't notice the briefcase until after the bitch got off the plane.

    I'm starting to hate people.



    Madduck wrote:
    we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

    i hate people.

    So all I need is a yellow vest? Will the traffic ones I sell for PPE be sufficient?
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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [Go Pound Sand] [ In reply to ]
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    Go Pound Sand wrote:
    I flew last Friday and sat with of a lady that had an emotional support dog. The lady was open about the fact she bought a yellow vest on-line so the dog could accompany her when she traveled. Unknown to me, during the flight, the dog chewed on my leather briefcase. I didn't notice the briefcase until after the bitch got off the plane.

    I'm starting to hate people.



    Madduck wrote:
    we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

    i hate people.

    Don't hate on the innocent victim, sue the Airline.

    The only way to get that nonsense to stop is by hurting their bottom line. After all, you were emotionally attached to your briefcase.
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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [Go Pound Sand] [ In reply to ]
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    Go Pound Sand wrote:
    I flew last Friday and sat with of a lady that had an emotional support dog. The lady was open about the fact she bought a yellow vest on-line so the dog could accompany her when she traveled. Unknown to me, during the flight, the dog chewed on my leather briefcase. I didn't notice the briefcase until after the bitch got off the plane.

    I'm starting to hate people
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    This is one of the things I most despise about some dog owners. Emotional support dogs are one of the biggest travel scams going. I can't believe all the lying bullshit that airlines are forced to swallow because some fuck-wad wants to game the system and fly with their dog. During my most recent flight, someone's dog was yapping and whining during the entire flight.

    The beach we live on in Florida does not allow animals, except service animals. You wouldn't believe the sudden explosion of service dogs that now terrorize beach goers because they're running around unleashed and shitting wherever and whenever they want - but they're fully-equipped with their Amazon-bought fake service vest. It's all 100 percent lying scammers.

    Most disappointing to me is that my future daughter-in-law, along with her POS uncle who's a physician, recently scammed the apartment complex she just moved-in to so that she could live with her dog - a dog that miraculously became a physician-ordered emotional support dog overnight.

    All this just hurts the folks who really depend upon service animals to get along day-to-day.



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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [windschatten] [ In reply to ]
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    windschatten wrote:
    Go Pound Sand wrote:
    I flew last Friday and sat with of a lady that had an emotional support dog. The lady was open about the fact she bought a yellow vest on-line so the dog could accompany her when she traveled. Unknown to me, during the flight, the dog chewed on my leather briefcase. I didn't notice the briefcase until after the bitch got off the plane.

    I'm starting to hate people.



    Madduck wrote:
    we had a woman on a flight a couple weeks ago that had two emotional support dog, little terrier types. but they weren't both for her, one dog was an emotional support animal for her emotional support animal.

    i hate people.

    Don't hate on the innocent victim, sue the Airline.

    The only way to get that nonsense to stop is by hurting their bottom line. After all, you were emotionally attached to your briefcase.

    Per my understanding and what our company tells us is that the airlines are required to follow ADA laws. We can’t say no and we can’t ask questions.

    Who are you referencing as the innocent victim? Hopefully not the owners who are buying the vests online? The people who buy the vest online know exactly what they are doing and that they are skirting the system?
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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [JSully] [ In reply to ]
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    JSully wrote:
    Sideways wrote:
    Can't wait too start bringing my emotional support honey badger to work...


  • Is this animal required because of a disability?
  • What work or task has this animal been trained to perform?

  • If you don't have good answers to those questions than I can kick your sorry ass animal the fuck out of my hotel.
  • Work induced anxiety.
    It would we keep co-workers from causing me anxiety.

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    Re: Emotional Support Animals [Sideways] [ In reply to ]
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    It's not just the airlines, people are also taking the dogs to grocery stores and restaurants

    Really people?
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