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2014-01-06 05:20:38 PM  

vudukungfu: Ding fries are done.


That's Burger King.
 
2014-01-06 05:22:24 PM  

PsiChick: natazha: "she rounded up her clients"

And precisely why did a group of people that were "eating quietly" need rounding up? More likely, they were acting out (AKA making a lot of noise, wandering around and annoying everyone else). I've seen caretakers just sit and munch away while their "clients" toss food, bang on their trays, scream, throw tantrums, etc.

Hmm, maybe because mentally disabled people might need more time than an able-minded person to grasp the concept 'we're going home now'? I mean, hell, you have to 'round up' adults with no attention span sometimes, even if they aren't being a pain. There's a  reason there are professionals hired to do this shiat. It takes time.


"professionals"making minimum wage, sadly.
 
2014-01-06 05:23:14 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: Sin_City_Superhero: DROxINxTHExWIND: Sin_City_Superhero: So the 'tards aren't welcome at that McDonald's? Can't their trainers (or 'handlers' or whatever they're called) take 'em to a playground and just tell 'em it's Disneyland or something?


Calls people "tards"...drives a yellow RX7 with yellow rims.


/Whats YOUR excuse?
//Lol

Never claimed to NOT be a 'tard. What's YOUR excuse?

BTW...I also have a 42 year old truck I'm restoring, if you want to make fun of that...


img841.imageshack.us

/rim-shot
 
2014-01-06 05:24:31 PM  

simkatu: Dinjiin: Somebody must think that manners and inside voices are for classy places, like Applebee's and the Outback, and not for fast food restaurants like McDonald's.  And if you disagree, you're a douche.

I've been to very classy places and country clubs and some of the most expensive places around here anyway, and I've seen people that bring their disabled children and disabled adult children that make loud funny noises at inappropriate times.  I didn't feel that inconvenienced by it all.  Sometimes it makes me feel sad because I know how difficult life must be for the disabled person and their caregivers.   Sometimes it makes me feel good that the family isn't ashamed to let their child experience the world.

And if I saw a douchebag like you in one of the "classy places" I'd be appalled at your behavior and embarrassed for you and your family.


But would you say anything to him? Would you call him out for being a "prick" in public? Or would you have the same passive attitude towards him as you do towards the retards causing a disruption?
 
2014-01-06 05:25:06 PM  
scottydoesntknow:   Hold on, why do you get to invent scenarios and he doesn't?

I am inventing scenarios for him to point out that none of what he wrote is based in any evidence or reality.  Nobody reported being hit by greasy food, or getting puked on, or having sharp knives thrown at them.  That's just imaginary stuff.  I freely admit that my scenarios are made up.  This douchnozzle still holds on to his fantasies though.

/Oh well.  I'd much rather eat with a room full of disabled people than a single asshole like him.
 
2014-01-06 05:27:18 PM  

trappedspirit: simkatu: Sin_City_Superhero: What's the more likely scenario:

1.) McDonald's manager kicks out a group of paying regulars who are quietly enjoying their lunch, because they appear to be retarded

or...

2.) A group of retards got loud and rowdy, disrupting business and disturbing other patrons?

3.) You are a massive douche?

/If you are a patron that is disturbed by a handicapped person making funny noises then screw you, seriously.

They might have been getting all huggy


No, no. See, it's OK because they're handicapped. Because of their handicap, they are completely exempted from all social protocols. You can't get mad at them, no matter how badly they behave, because they're handicapped.
 
2014-01-06 05:30:44 PM  
Agreed.

The more time i spend with children (and dev disabled adults), the more i feel like parenting is like training dogs.
 
2014-01-06 05:30:50 PM  
Be careful, just because they're "mentally disabled" doesn't mean they can't kick your ass.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUoOCmol_SI
 
2014-01-06 05:32:03 PM  

Dinjiin: Pangea: I just meant that this loud disturbing behavior isn't restricted to handicapped people. And sometimes indignant mothers get off the chain if anyone has a problem with their kids . "Them's MY farkING KIDS!" as if that means anything to someone who is bothered.

Personally, if I'm disturbed by someone in a fast food restaurant I just hurry up and get out of there. It's not worth a fight and I don't know what anybody is going through at any particular moment. It sort of comes with the territory of interacting with the real world, IMHO.

I'm usually the same way when someone around me is being uncivil.  Although there are a handful of times where I've spoken up, especially when the restaurant has been nicer.  Reactions have ranged from stunned silence to awakening the Kraken.


syzygy whizz: While the guys have their limits and deficits, they are just about the furthest thing from 'stupid' that I've run across.  They know what cards are in their decks, so to speak, and they play them brilliantly.

Some relatives of mine have a daughter with mosaic Down's.  They feel guilty for her condition, so they cut her a LOT of slack when it came to rules and boundaries.  As a result, the kid learned how to manipulate situations perfectly.  It was kinda fascinating to watch.

The wife and I have babysat the kid a couple of times, and we cut her zero slack because we know she knows better.  She started out being an uncivil and defiant little kid around us, but quickly learned that doesn't fly.  Full meltdown in a public place?  Then I'm going to throw you over my shoulder like a sack of potatoes and take you to the car.  We'd always explain the expected behavior and the consequences, and eventually her response was "ok!" and she'd mind.  It was funny as hell to see her in mid-tantrum when we came to pick her up, but then for her to immediately turn it off as soon as we walked her to the car.

I think one problem with Down's is that there is such a wide range of intelligence that people with the syndrome can have, but that they've generally been stereotyped as always being on the lower end.  I imagine that many of them have learned to milk that situation for all it is worth, especially if they don't have a lot of control in their lives.  For the smarter ones, I can also imagine that such stereotypes can be frustrating, and that anti-social behavior is just their way of venting.  Either way, part of treating them as more normal people is to set expectations closer to as if they're more normal people.


Last comment was in response to this.

Frickin phone
 
2014-01-06 05:34:57 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: trappedspirit: simkatu: Sin_City_Superhero: What's the more likely scenario:

1.) McDonald's manager kicks out a group of paying regulars who are quietly enjoying their lunch, because they appear to be retarded

or...

2.) A group of retards got loud and rowdy, disrupting business and disturbing other patrons?

3.) You are a massive douche?

/If you are a patron that is disturbed by a handicapped person making funny noises then screw you, seriously.

They might have been getting all huggy

No, no. See, it's OK because they're handicapped. Because of their handicap, they are completely exempted from all social protocols. You can't get mad at them, no matter how badly they behave, because they're handicapped.


Like my cat puking on the carpet or taking a shiat in my shoe?  I still love the little guy.
 
2014-01-06 05:34:59 PM  

TerminalEchoes: Get off your cross, you arrogant prick. A patron has a reasonable expectation to enjoy his/her lunch without being disturbed. If you can't control your behavior or actions in public, you shouldn't be allowed into public. Full stop.


Are we extending that rule to the non-disabled?  Because that would exclude a hell of a lot of people, for example everyone who has ever been publicly inebriated.

Or, what's more likely, do you define "disturbed" as the state of being exposed to the disabled?  Because if so, get over yourself and grow the fark up.
 
2014-01-06 05:37:07 PM  

GreenSun: Be careful, just because they're "mentally disabled" doesn't mean they can't kick your ass.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUoOCmol_SI


dafuq wassat?
 
2014-01-06 05:46:02 PM  

JesusJuice: The retarded are capable of learning to control themselves and behave appropriately.


Indeed.

Many of them even have fark accounts.
 
2014-01-06 05:46:42 PM  

spman: We have numerous mentally handicapped clients that come into the movie theater where I work on a daily basis. It's a popular place for the aides to bring them, not because the clients want to be there, or even have the capacity to sit still for 2 hours and not be disruptive, but because the aides who assist the clients get in for free per the ADA law. Many times the aides assisting these people bring them into R rated films that are clearly disturbing, scary, or at least grossly inappropriate for the mentally handicapped to be watching. So of course the aide brings the client into Texas Chainsaw Slasherfest on Elm Street 5, and does not care when the handicapped person starts behaving disruptively, and then get indignant when we tell them they need to calm their client down or leave.


Much like people in this thread do. Thanks for the rational post. Of course, you'll be seen as a dick. But not by me.
 
2014-01-06 05:48:11 PM  
Lady Indica:
I've never seen a group of adults disabled in this way EVER create a problem in a public space beyond what I mentioned. It intrudes on people's comfort zones, and so the fark what...that's not their problem. And I'd take them over rowdy teens every single day of the week, or crying children. And if I lived locally I'd be making sure everyone boycotted the fark out of that McDonalds.

I live locally and will make sure I don't eat there, even though there's no way of knowing who's right/wrong here. I'm guessing they weren't behaving quite as badly as he claims or quite as badly as she claims.

/Doesn't eat McDonald's anyway
 
2014-01-06 05:49:27 PM  

TerminalEchoes: Get off your cross, you arrogant prick. A patron has a reasonable expectation to enjoy his/her lunch without being disturbed. If you can't control your behavior or actions in public, you shouldn't be allowed into public. Full stop.


So much this. I never once said that mentally handicapped people should be asked to leave just because they are handicapped. That would be disgusting. But asking them to leave when they are making a scene or being disruptive *IS* treating them like every other human being, expecting them to follow the same rules.
 
2014-01-06 05:53:04 PM  

Ex-Texan: in all homesty. if you ever piss off someone with 'retard strength" you'll know it's kinda like some women lifting cars off kids or something like that. go ahead, laugh.


I  arm-wrestled a guy with one arm once. I had a feeling he'd win, since I'm right handed and he only had a left arm; but I figured it would be good for his self esteem.
 
2014-01-06 05:56:49 PM  
I've been in mcdonalds enough to know that this group had to have been off the chain for them to ask them to leave.  Loud obnoxious people is their demographic.

Also mcdonalds is the only restaurant I know of that consistently has handicapped people working the cashier or other front facing positions.
 
2014-01-06 05:57:28 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-01-06 05:57:50 PM  

Dragonflew: spman: We have numerous mentally handicapped clients that come into the movie theater where I work on a daily basis. It's a popular place for the aides to bring them, not because the clients want to be there, or even have the capacity to sit still for 2 hours and not be disruptive, but because the aides who assist the clients get in for free per the ADA law. Many times the aides assisting these people bring them into R rated films that are clearly disturbing, scary, or at least grossly inappropriate for the mentally handicapped to be watching. So of course the aide brings the client into Texas Chainsaw Slasherfest on Elm Street 5, and does not care when the handicapped person starts behaving disruptively, and then get indignant when we tell them they need to calm their client down or leave.

Much like people in this thread do. Thanks for the rational post. Of course, you'll be seen as a dick. But not by me.


If these (almost certainly minimum wage) aides are bringing these kids into clearly inappropriate movies and then failing to do their best to control disruptions, I don't think he (cpman) is being out of line to point out the abuse.  I do wonder how he knows what the intentions of the aides actually are.

BTW the AMC theaters regularly sponsor "sensory-friendly" screenings for the autistic, in which there is no expectations that the movie patrons remain quiet during the showing.  This provides the opportunity for a fun outing for the disabled, and I imagine a tax benefit to AMC as an in-kind charitable donation.  Win win, and I make sure they get our non-disabled business, too.  Every theatre should consider this approach.
 
2014-01-06 05:58:03 PM  

syzygy whizz: EdNortonsTwin: Just because they're retarded, doesn't mean their too stupid to play the victim card.

THIS
I work in a group home for the developmentally disabled.
While the guys have their limits and deficits, they are just about the furthest thing from 'stupid' that I've run across.

They know what cards are in their decks, so to speak, and they play them brilliantly.

Staff who come on board thinking the guys are 'just so special' and deserve sympathy for their condition wind up dancing a merry jig and wound around fingers.*

'Retarded' or not, you take what you have available to you and you make it work for you.
Wow...that's...that's just normal, isn't it...


* Coming from a background of helping elderly/disabled, I'd already learned about 'How not to be manipulated'.


That's an excellent explanation which pretty neatly describes why I really don't like them. People automatically excuse them just because they're "special" all the time, but much more so than with "normal" people, you never know what they're really capable of. Between that and a few bad experiences, I keep my distance.
 
2014-01-06 05:58:05 PM  

simkatu: I've been to very classy places and country clubs and some of the most expensive places around here anyway, and I've seen people that bring their disabled children and disabled adult children that make loud funny noises at inappropriate times. I didn't feel that inconvenienced by it all. Sometimes it makes me feel sad because I know how difficult life must be for the disabled person and their caregivers. Sometimes it makes me feel good that the family isn't ashamed to let their child experience the world.

And if I saw a douchebag like you in one of the "classy places" I'd be appalled at your behavior and embarrassed for you and your family.

/So you got $50? That buys you the disabled free zone you prick?


Let us review:
1) you're the one who seems to think that it is alright to misbehave at a place like McDonalds.
2) you're going off on some tangent about how respectful and tolerant you are towards the disabled at country clubs.  When people accuse you of being racist, do you respond by saying how many black friends you have?
3) you're accusing me of behavior I just said was unacceptable
4) you're calling anyone who disagrees with you a douche and a prick.

Tell your mommy that you need to up the dosage on your meds.  Clearly, you're having a bad day.
 
2014-01-06 06:00:04 PM  

Lady Indica: jaybeezey: Lady Indica: I bet they have security footage inside the McDonalds...most do. That would pretty much end any speculation over what actually did or did not happen.

/doesn't buy that they were that disruptive

hard to tell.

We used to have a special needs group come to the dept store once a month where i worked. They were part of a life skills class and were being taught some basic life/job skills, folding clothes, counting change and the like. They were always super quite and very nice. They had several chaperones with them, but i never saw any of them get out of line.

That being said, who knows with this group, could be a different story.

Totally could be, I'm skeptical because generally when caretakers have a *group*, maintaining control is so essential. Rowdy behavior is dangerous. I completely believe some of the abuses (movie theater babysitting) done by individual lazy ass caretakers. But anyone managing a group...it's not even remotely beneficial for the caretaker to allow for behavior that can be dangerous. Throwing food, allowing that loss of control, that's just dangerous.

Not saying it couldn't have happened, I'm just very skeptical that it did or that the level of disruption rose to requiring them to leave.

As to some of what others have said, OF COURSE we tolerate more from people who are handicapped or who are children or demented. A child shiatting in a ball pit isn't nearly the same as a grown man who has no disabilities shiatting in the ball pit. We all get both are farking disgusting events that aren't really making too many people happy. But only one of those stories is likely to make the local news. :P


Anything for a headline, right?

If it was a Downs group i'd be the first to call BS on the managers story. There isn't a happier group of people to be around and last i heard caretakers of people with dissabilities that were prone to violent outbursts had no intention of getting a group of those folks together.
 
2014-01-06 06:24:10 PM  

Autistic Hiker: BTW the AMC theaters regularly sponsor "sensory-friendly" screenings for the autistic, in which there is no expectations that the movie patrons remain quiet during the showing.  This provides the opportunity for a fun outing for the disabled, and I imagine a tax benefit to AMC as an in-kind charitable donation.  Win win, and I make sure they get our non-disabled business, too.  Every theatre should consider this approach.


I agree 100%, that is a fantastic idea.
 
2014-01-06 06:28:59 PM  
Who remembers tardblog.com?

Doesn't seem to be up anymore, although you can buy the domain name.
 
2014-01-06 06:33:04 PM  

Gilligann: Who remembers tardblog.com?

Doesn't seem to be up anymore, although you can buy the domain name.


Oh man. People already think I am a dick, so what the hell... that site was funny as balls, especially when it was Riti writing.   Here are some archives for you.
 
2014-01-06 06:38:03 PM  

Autistic Hiker: TerminalEchoes: Get off your cross, you arrogant prick. A patron has a reasonable expectation to enjoy his/her lunch without being disturbed. If you can't control your behavior or actions in public, you shouldn't be allowed into public. Full stop.

Are we extending that rule to the non-disabled?  Because that would exclude a hell of a lot of people, for example everyone who has ever been publicly inebriated.

Or, what's more likely, do you define "disturbed" as the state of being exposed to the disabled?  Because if so, get over yourself and grow the fark up.


Wow, nice strawman there. Being born mentally disabled doesn't give you a 'get out of jail free card' when it comes to causing a public disturbance. If you or someone you're caring for disrupts an otherwise pleasant and orderly restaurant and you get called out for it, you are not the victim.
 
2014-01-06 06:38:50 PM  
It's the retard strength that you have to watch out for.
 
2014-01-06 07:10:21 PM  

simkatu: EdNortonsTwin: Seriously, if you don't like being pelted by half eaten hamburgers and greasy fries you can just move to another table. Of course that also shows that you are an intolerant bastage.

Or you can just make up things to fit your own personal narrative.  It's hard to argue with the imaginary case you have created in your mind.

Maybe you can have a few disabled people vomiting on your mother's lap in your version of the events?

/Or maybe they were throwing sharp knives at your kids?


Just a minute... who's giving knives to retards?
 
2014-01-06 07:31:15 PM  
I assume everyone in McDonalds is mentally handicapped, including myself.

If you're gonna be antisocial, do it there, it's not just tolerated, it's celebrated.
 
2014-01-06 08:00:03 PM  
IT WAS A farkING MCDONALD'S!  Unless someone was pooping on a table in full view of everyone else, just eat your food in five minutes and leave.  I think I've been more offended by teenagers swearing up a storm in fast food joints more than I ever have by mentally disabled people being loud, or disruptive, or otherwise mentally disabled.

Also, it sounds like the owners didn't do a good job of managing expectations if there were prior problems with the group, particularly since it sounds like they have a guardian with them when they visit.

I was a butcher throughout high school and our store was next to a home for mentally disabled adults.  One of them, Delbert (not Dilbert) would occasionally come in and buy candy.  Then Delbert started stealing things because he wanted to impress some teenagers he was friends with.

My boss tried to shut that down, but Delbert took a long time to learn anything, so after the second time he asked the women who ran the cash registers at the front of the store to welcome Delbert with "Hello Delbert!  Don't steal anything today!" every time he walked in the door.  Delbert would answer "OK I won't!" and then go about shopping.  After about 6 weeks they changed the greeting back to "Hello Delbert!" and there wasn't a problem anymore.

I can't imagine that this particular McDonald's was so inundated with disabled people that they couldn't work something out.  Furthermore, it was the franchise owner who kicked them out.  Who would do that?  My boss at the butcher shop ownedthe butcher shop, and while he could have called the police and had Delbert arrested, he was smart enough to know he'd end up in the paper like the jabroni in this story.
 
2014-01-06 08:01:07 PM  
Man, retards love McDonalds. I lived next door to a tard that almost killed its mother after a fight about a McDonalds cheeseburger.
 
2014-01-06 08:08:33 PM  

Lsherm: Unless someone was pooping on a table in full view of everyone else,


They're not special because of their social graces...
 
2014-01-06 08:30:33 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: simkatu: 3.) You are a massive douche?

/If you are a patron that is disturbed by a handicapped person making funny noises then screw you, seriously.

Wait...I'm a douche because I pointed out that it's possible this lady was lying? Or am I a douche because I like to eat in peace? Dude, I'm a douche for a lot of reasons...this ain't one of 'em.


Not taking sides at all, but I would ask how much peace you could reasonably expect in a McDonalds.
THough, this is all conjecture based on almost no evidence, lol. Maybe one of the tards was throwing feces.
 
2014-01-06 08:55:29 PM  

Vector R: syzygy whizz: EdNortonsTwin: Just because they're retarded, doesn't mean their too stupid to play the victim card.

THIS
I work in a group home for the developmentally disabled.
While the guys have their limits and deficits, they are just about the furthest thing from 'stupid' that I've run across.

They know what cards are in their decks, so to speak, and they play them brilliantly.

Staff who come on board thinking the guys are 'just so special' and deserve sympathy for their condition wind up dancing a merry jig and wound around fingers.*

'Retarded' or not, you take what you have available to you and you make it work for you.
Wow...that's...that's just normal, isn't it...


* Coming from a background of helping elderly/disabled, I'd already learned about 'How not to be manipulated'.

That's an excellent explanation which pretty neatly describes why I really don't like them. People automatically excuse them just because they're "special" all the time, but much more so than with "normal" people, you never know what they're really capable of. Between that and a few bad experiences, I keep my distance.


Is there any group of people you do like?

You spew an impressive amount of hate.
 
2014-01-06 09:06:22 PM  

Zeno-25: Wow, nice strawman there.


You don't know what a straw man argument is.

It's not a strawman argument to demand that TerminalEchoes clarify his obviously hyperbolic response to simkatu.

However THIS

Being born mentally disabled doesn't give you a 'get out of jail free card' when it comes to causing a public disturbance. If you or someone you're caring for disrupts an otherwise pleasant and orderly restaurant and you get called out for it, you are not the victim.

is a straw man argument, because neither simkatu nor myself, nor really even anyone in this thread, has made this argument or even anything close to it.
 
2014-01-06 09:42:21 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: trappedspirit: simkatu: Sin_City_Superhero: What's the more likely scenario:

1.) McDonald's manager kicks out a group of paying regulars who are quietly enjoying their lunch, because they appear to be retarded

or...

2.) A group of retards got loud and rowdy, disrupting business and disturbing other patrons?

3.) You are a massive douche?

/If you are a patron that is disturbed by a handicapped person making funny noises then screw you, seriously.

They might have been getting all huggy

No, no. See, it's OK because they're handicapped. Because of their handicap, they are completely exempted from all social protocols. You can't get mad at them, no matter how badly they behave, because they're handicapped.


I don't mind it from a woman with good boobs and lacking the common sense to know that a stranger reaching under her shirt for a grope isn't ok.  But I don't like being hugged and squeezed and being named George and being kept warm and dry and such as.
 
2014-01-06 10:10:20 PM  
Oh please. When I go to McDonalds, I expect to see shiat like this. I'm a little disappointed if nothing out of the ordinary happens. I don't go to McDonalds for the gourmet cuisine, and I don't go for the fine dining experience. I go for the freak show.
 
2014-01-06 11:09:53 PM  
To me, her body language and eye movement suggest she's lying her ass off.

That and it makes no sense for a billion dollar corporation to randomly decide to throw out customers who are sitting there, minding their own business eating their meals in peace.
 
2014-01-06 11:26:38 PM  

Matthew Keene: If these bleeding hearts have their way we'll be subjected to a world where out of control autistic kids are punching out little old ladies, retards are running around retail establishments knocking over displays, palsy victims are making a mess at the table in a restaurant, brain damaged waifs are drooling everywhere making everyone else physically ill, and kids with undiagnosed fungi are touching everything in sight. Do you honestly want a world like that?


Can we just elect them as the next Republican president?
 
2014-01-06 11:53:16 PM  

Bonobo62: Oh please. When I go to McDonalds, I expect to see shiat like this. I'm a little disappointed if nothing out of the ordinary happens. I don't go to McDonalds for the gourmet cuisine, and I don't go for the fine dining experience. I go for the freak show.


This. Who the hell goes to McDonald's expecting a quiet, serene, uneventful meal. Whether it be children running around you, asshole teenagers, the interesting wafts of "air" whenever someone opens the bathroom, Samuel L Jackson sprinting in and shotgunning the place....Going to McDonald's not expecting the worst is like climbing into the the tiger pit and not expecting to get bit.
/Watching mentally challenged people having a food fight would actually be simply delightful. Yes, I know I'm going to hell.
 
2014-01-07 12:54:31 AM  

Sin_City_Superhero: So the 'tards aren't welcome at that McDonald's? Can't their trainers (or 'handlers' or whatever they're called) take 'em to a playground and just tell 'em it's Disneyland or something?


I think they are called 'tard wranglers'.
 
2014-01-07 01:03:27 AM  
I find this story to be...  Ironic?  Sorta, yeah.
 
2014-01-07 10:36:18 AM  

rebelyell2006: Sin_City_Superhero: So the 'tards aren't welcome at that McDonald's? Can't their trainers (or 'handlers' or whatever they're called) take 'em to a playground and just tell 'em it's Disneyland or something?

I think they are called 'tard wranglers'.


*adds rebelyell06 to the "do not read while drinking coffee" list*
 
2014-01-07 01:22:10 PM  

o'really: The more time i spend with children (and dev disabled adults), the more i feel like parenting is like training dogs.


I agree.  If you watch Nanny 911 or Super Nanny and then watch the Dog Whisperer, you'll see a lot of the same methods being used.
 
2014-01-07 02:26:25 PM  

simkatu: scottydoesntknow:   Hold on, why do you get to invent scenarios and he doesn't?

I am inventing scenarios for him to point out that none of what he wrote is based in any evidence or reality.  Nobody reported being hit by greasy food, or getting puked on, or having sharp knives thrown at them.  That's just imaginary stuff.  I freely admit that my scenarios are made up.  This douchnozzle still holds on to his fantasies though.

/Oh well.  I'd much rather eat with a room full of disabled people than a single asshole like him.


Oh simkatu, you truly wear the crown of thorns  for the mentally retarded - don't you. The manager reported numerous food fights; it is not a stretch to invision that fries and burgers got thrown around - is it?.  How you leapfrogged from that to throwing sharp knives at people kids (wtf) and silly misplaced indignation can truly be explained by your resolve to be a self-righteous ass-hat of the highest order.

Put simply, you are the asshole.

Now, go fark yourself.
 
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