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  • #16
    I am a huge dog lover...But i have to say...i really dont think they belong in food establisments...either outside eateries or inside...Just my thought...o

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    • #17
      I am a huge dog lover...But i have to say...i really dont think they belong in food establisments...either outside eateries or inside...Just my thought...o

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      • #18
        Originally posted by sharman1381 View Post
        Learn a little tolerance- maybe you will turn out to be a more pleasant person. Something tells me the lot of you are super uptight.

        You can't control everyone and have everything set up to just your liking - you have to
        share...that is life!
        (this might be the 2nd coming of hap)

        So... let me get this straight - You're asking others to be tolerant, while you make assumptions about them being "unpleasant" and "super uptight"?


        ....And maybe you should take your own advice in your last sentence, because you surely can't control the town of OC, or the restaurants that do business here. The law was passed, the ball is now in the court of the restaurant owners, and while the option may be there, they have the right to continue to run their establishments animal free. It's there choice, Some like Lizzies Bistro allow dogs, but most do not....Sorry.
        Last edited by DeanM; 08-16-2013, 03:23 PM.

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        • #19
          Anymore, everyone is giving in to everything, and this whole world is going to blazes. Rules are made, someone doesn't like it, they sue, and the rules go down the tubes. Nobody wants to live by the rules anymore because they "don't think it's fair". But the rules are meant to keep us civilized. We're not barbarians any more and while you can still do what you want in your own home, everyone has to live by the rules when they travel. And if you don't like the rules in OC, then your option is to find someplace else that suits your needs and allows pets. I personally am getting darn tired of having to "adjust" to everyone else's wants. OC tried to keep a lid on the boardwalk entertainers and that got shot down. Now they're fighting over the noise ordinance because "it violates our civil rights" according to the performers. I'm not a prude or up tight, but I'm sure tired of all this nonsense that goes on these days where everyone thinks they're someone special and shouldn't have to live the rules that are already in place. The rules are the rules, they're there for a reason. It's just like watching television. If you don't like what's on......change the channel! Or if you don't like the rules in OC......go somewhere that has rules you can live with!
          Sorry.......rant over. Just have had enough.
          Ask an OC Insider

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          • #20
            I am gonna grab a BEER and head down to the BEACH!!!!! With or without my dog!!!!

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            • #21
              Crab Alley

              We have been to Crab Alley twice and my husband's aunt has taken her small dog both times. He does sit on her lap the entire time. I am not crazy about it, but that is just my opinion.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by highball View Post
                I am gonna grab a BEER and head down to the BEACH!!!!! With or without my dog!!!!

                Make sure you use plenty of really loud foul language, while you're at it.......

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Sandyclaws View Post
                  I also love animals but I sometimes find it difficult to keep from shooting Rover when his owner lets him out to crap all over my lawn.
                  Reallly? Wow. Your stupid lawn is more important than the life of an innocent animal?
                  Last edited by JSchmitz; 08-23-2013, 10:08 AM.

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                  • #24
                    This thread is full of hate and ignorance. I can't imagine spending any time with most of you. The tolerance to change is almost non-existent. No wonder these forums are going down the tubes.

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                    • #25
                      People that are that close to their pets have issues, major issues.
                      Ken

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by terp84alum View Post
                        People that are that close to their pets have issues, major issues.
                        People who judge others on how they choose to live their lives have major issues, major major issues.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by JSchmitz View Post
                          Reallly? Wow. Your stupid lawn is more important than the life of an innocent animal?

                          You do realize that you're quoting and responding to a comment that was made OVER 2 YEARS AGO????

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by DeanM View Post
                            You do realize that you're quoting and responding to a comment that was made OVER 2 YEARS AGO????
                            I was wondering when someone would say something like that
                            common sense is not so common

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                            • #29
                              I guess we all know who lets their dog loose in their neighbor's yard. Much like they ignore the law in OC and take their dog on the boardwalk

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                              • #30
                                NOT Island Grill

                                Island Grill advertises as dog friendly.

                                DO NOT GO HERE WITH A DOG

                                Sorry - this restaurant is not dog friendly. Went for dinner Thursday, 8/31. Informed the host (I believe the owner) that we need a seat outside as we have a dog with us. Our dog is a 55 lb airedale. We waited 20 minutes (not long given we had no reservation) for a table. When the hostess came out to see us she says she needs to get permission from the manager for the dog. We are confused as we specifically went because they are supposed to be dog friendly. Another hostess came out (supposedly the wife of the owner/host we spoke with whom we informed we have a dog) and stated they only allow dogs at breakfast. She said the original host thought we meant a service dog. (Note: a service dog does not need to be outside and could enter any restaurant).

                                The hostess said when they are crowded (they were not full) they cannot risk having a dog bite someone (how this would be different at breakfast vs. dinner I have no idea).

                                Ate elsewhere.

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