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(ABC 15)   No, this is a drive-thru. If you want service at Starbucks astride your horse, you'll have to use the counter   ( abc15.com) divider line
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419 clicks; posted to Business » on 06 Mar 2018 at 5:10 PM (32 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2018-03-06 02:39:35 PM  
Or, you know, don't be such a snowflake and believe everything you see on the internet.
 
2018-03-06 03:38:57 PM  
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2018-03-06 04:21:47 PM  
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2018-03-06 05:16:35 PM  
So if he had a few hundred head of cattle with him, he'd have been ok?
 
2018-03-06 05:34:52 PM  
I could have told her that when I was 12.  McDonalds didn't let us ride our bikes through the drive thru, so we went inside.  Once inside, we were asked to leave since we didn't have parental supervision (early 90s).  We then went to Taco Bell and they were cool and sold us tacos while we were on our bikes in the drive thru.  Later on that night when we were bored, sometime around midnight, we went back to the McDonalds and broke some windows with rocks.  They should have just served us the burgers and drinks we wanted.
 
2018-03-06 05:36:09 PM  
*comes back driving the Budweiser Clydesdales*

How ya like me now? I'm driving.
 
2018-03-06 05:39:38 PM  
Some places near me let you use the drive-through on a bicycle or on foot. But if they say, "no", I totally get why: bicycles and pedestrians don't have license plates, so there's less of a description to give police in the event of an armed robbery.

But unless we're going back to groups of banditos on horses, I don't really see the issue with the occasional horseback customer.

/Please don't spill hot coffee on your horse
 
2018-03-06 05:57:54 PM  
Horses love coffee!

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2018-03-06 05:58:42 PM  
So that's where Mr. Hands was off to when he was mounted by a pony.
 
2018-03-06 06:41:07 PM  
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your horse wants coffee
 
2018-03-06 08:10:03 PM  
I think that SpaceyCat guy might be on to something.
 
2018-03-06 08:10:56 PM  
The Rubberbandits - Horse Outside
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2018-03-06 08:26:38 PM  
Well, go inside then.

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2018-03-06 08:46:06 PM  

VoiceOfReason499: Some places near me let you use the drive-through on a bicycle or on foot. But if they say, "no", I totally get why: bicycles and pedestrians don't have license plates, so there's less of a description to give police in the event of an armed robbery.

But unless we're going back to groups of banditos on horses, I don't really see the issue with the occasional horseback customer.

/Please don't spill hot coffee on your horse


If I did, my horse would throw me and be in the next county by the time I got up.
 
2018-03-06 10:46:45 PM  
My personal thought is if there is a drive up there should also be a safe walk up window. If needed for security it could incorporate a 2 stage opening like a bank deposit drawer.  As far as horses are concerned, I don't think the business has any responsibility to cater to them.
 
2018-03-07 01:58:35 PM  
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