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What a Card—Texas Edition

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about those “Barefoot Rights” Cards available over at barefooters.org. I discussed Michigan and Arizona, and how the law really doesn’t say what those cards say it is.

Today I want to look at the Texas card.

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What a Card!

Over at barefooters.org, they have a webpage with what they call “Barefoot Rights Cards”, here. There is one for every state and they generally state that those who go barefoot for religious or disability reasons are protected by the law.

But are they accurate?

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I’m Bitching and Moening

Today I want to continue with yesterday’s post by looking at another ADA case. This one, while quite disappointing, doesn’t really rise to the level of the judge cheating.

It is also a case that gets closer to something that a barefooter would care about.

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How Judges Cheat — Part 5

I’ve been looking a bit lately at the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it might apply to some barefooters. In the process, I’ve come across even more examples of how judges cheat, so I might as well add it to my “How Judges Cheat” series.

It also adds a different perspective to my thoughts on how the ADA might apply to barefooters.

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Folks may recall that I filed a complaint under the Americans with Disabilities Act against Best Buy after they called the police on me.

I finally got my official reply from the Department of Justice.

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Last week, in Best Buy. Wussed Way., I promised I’d write about the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and how they might apply to (at least some) barefooters.

Let me do that now.

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Best Buy. Wussed Way.

Let me continue with yesterday’s Best Buy. Worst Way.

We pick up the story after I sent an email to Best Buy’s corporate offices about violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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