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Not for the Best (Buy)

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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Hobby Lobby

The way the law is is that stores and the like are considered private property, and that owners are allowed to do as they wish with their private property. Property rights are strong.

But it’s not that simple.

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Unintended Consequences

Yesterday I wrote about being Barefoot Up North. It ain’t always fun and games.

Here’s an incident that still burns me up when thinking about it . . .

But there’s a bright side.

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Raped

On Saturday evening, a police patrol in the Ohio State University campus area came across a woman being raped in a parking garage. They stopped the rape and arrested the perpetrator.

The woman was in the area because she had just been kicked off of a local COTA bus.

And I’m sure my readers will easily guess why she was kicked off.

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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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Best Buy. Worst Way.

I got kicked out of a Best Buy the other day. I imagine those who’ve been kicked out of other places have had similar experiences.

But this time I had the police called on me.

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A Liability Waiver Example

I recently read about an instance in which a barefooter used a liability waiver when confronted in a hotel. Now, I’ve never cared much for liability waivers, and this example is fairly illustrative in that regard.

Here’s the story.

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