I misunderstood. I should have said yes.
I thought they were banning all kids, not just crying, screaming ones.
Some people don't get to go out to eat often. They shouldn't have it ruined by kids.
If teens/adults were being disruptive and acting like butts, they would be asked to leave. I see no difference in asking someone to leave or refusing service to someone with a screaming baby.
Catawa is my favorite bleeding heart liberal.
Hell, I'd like to kick drunk, misbehaving adults off of planes. ****ing stupid rules that keep us from opening the door during flights.
Still zero that voted no.
Personally I only know of one who may vote no, and she's not here yet.
I wouldn't go to it because I probably couldn't afford it. But if I could, then screw those family restaurants.
I'm actually more annoyed by the fact that almost all restaurants add about 10 pounds of salt to every meal they serve. I know I'm young, but no one's heart can handle that.
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Yes, but there was a good point that I had not immediately considered, which I found odd because I have been heavily involved in the following community. The incident in question was also in problem because the children were autistic.
Still, Chambliss, who said she believes the sign violates the American with Disabilities Act, contends the restaurant’s owner basically said her autistic child was not welcome there.
“She looked at me and said, ‘I cannot believe you even take him in public. You must be the only one,’ ” Chambliss told WECT.
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