Sunday, June 12, 2016

WDT: Perry Takes a Dig at PC Reporting

      Perry took a little shot at the competition as well as at political correctness when in his op/ed he ridiculed the kerfuffle at Mike's Pig Pen Restaurant over diabetes patients testing and injecting while at their table. The owner had briefly put up a sign asking they use the rest room....Outrage rained down, the sign was removed, Channel 7 arrived and the owner apologized.

      Perry asks "no cause too trivial" and he is right. This time.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Perry is an uncle Tom diabetic and has no problem taking his medicine in the back of the bus.

Oh well, even a broken clock...

Too bad Perry didn't take this common sense attitude when he printed stories about benches being burned or hate letters going to professors, as if there is an epidemic of these types of crimes. I know, I know, now some dimwit is going to post a link to fake FBI statistics compiled by liars who refuse to properly categorize crimes and say, "yes there is an epidemic of hate crimes against blacks and gays".

Juston's Take On Government said...

The owner is good person and will go out of the way for his customer the food is good really good.....

Anonymous said...

Juston is right. The guy running the business is top end. Personally, I have no problem with what he did. But I understand in this day of professional victimhood some would be offended. Everyone is looking for their angle in feeling sorry for themselves. Now the diabetics can join in the fun. Congrats.

Anonymous said...

Well now that we have an endorsement from Juston... it's all okay.

Anonymous said...

Mike is a good guy, nice little restaurant with good food.
Much ado made out of nothing here. Stop being so sensitive people!

With that said, I for one get a little queasy when I see a needle or someone getting a shot.
I understand that some folks have a medical need to do it but if I knew someone was going to give themselves an injection when I was eating right next to them it would be the end of my meal. I certainly wouldn't confront them or try to make them feel uncomfortable about their need to do so but it would be "Waiter, check please".