This is a discussion on Man Sues Range Over Ladies' Day within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by OD* Why would it be discriminatory, when I could just go in on Tuesday. If it's discriminating to anyone/thing, it would be ...
He REALLY needs to get a life and especially as an LEO not tie up or courts with stuff like this!
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How many people sue over that?
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I'm a veteran, maybe I should sue my local range for being closed on national holidays because I feel like I'm more important than the average citizen. Bleh go suck on it dude. People like that make me sick.
Last edited by tricolordad; August 23rd, 2012 at 08:51 PM. Reason: redundancy
I don't have to purchase ammo or targets at my range on ladies day but I usually do, their price isn't bad and I don't mind giving them that business since I'm not paying a range fee. Free shoot lasts all day - open to close. I have no interest in all ladies classes or any of that. I love going in the mornings since it's usually only me and a couple other guys. I've had some great gun conversations with some of them, I only know one woman who can talk guns with me. Whenever I've seen another woman at the range she's been with a husband/boyfriend showing her how to shoot. My husband went with me once on a Monday and he wasn't charged either if we agreed to share a lane. It wasn't crowded at all, so it's not like they were tying to conserve space. I would guess they weren't supposed to do that, unless they assumed he was going to be teaching me, I doubt it though, they see me in there alone often.
Either way this is discriminatory. Would anyone here be upset if their wife came home and said my boss is lowering my pay because I am a woman? Or in the case of a woman whose husband came home and said I'm paying more becuse I am a man.
What about if they gave people a discount because they were black? Or they gave someone a discount for being Jewish or Muslim?
Sorry but this is discriminatory.