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Originally posted by Trolloks
Ok, there has to be a point where you look at yourself and think, "You know what. I think im a bit far on the chubby side, maybe i should change my eating habits and use my legs a bit more before i need one of those scooter thingys to get around"
Maybe, like, when you can't fit in a take-a-way chair?
Originally posted by daraSD
I would be interested to know just how large of a rear end does he expect restaurants to accommodate? 400 pounds? 500?
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
Looks like he is slouching to prove a point. I have seen bigger people than that in fast food joints.
MYTH: The ADA protects people who are overweight.
FACT: Just being overweight is not enough. Modifications in
policies only must be made if they are _reasonable_ and do not
fundamentally alter the nature of the program or service
provided. The Department has received only a handful of
complaints about obesity.