Uncle Jack's tells man in wheel chair...

Uncle Jack's tells man in wheel chair to leave

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Friendofafriend

Aransas Pass, TX

#1 Aug 13, 2012
The nerve of these people, told a man in a wheel chair friday nite that he needs to leave their establishment. I guess he was in the way. Why do people continue to go back in there after the way they treat customers? I will never know. I won't be back.
Biker

United States

#2 Aug 13, 2012
Lance has ran off millitary in uniform because they werent 21. He has ran off families with children. He ran off bikers that wouldnt turn their hats around. And now has thrown out a disabled person? Yep. But the country clubbers still go there. The people that wanna bee uppity go there. You citizens do not understand the power you have. When someone treats a everyday citizen, soldier, or special needs person like that, they need dealt with, by not patronizing his business. You asay ok. But til it happens to you. Then you will understand.
Just sayin

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Aug 13, 2012
Screw that place! I wish dude would Fall off the face of the earth, his commercials on the radio drive me insane, they are plain and always say "main and penn" switch it up, and your not better than the disabled person, your not better than anyone! Low life sack of crap.
Cvillian

Coffeyville, KS

#4 Aug 13, 2012
If the person had been asked to leave was black they would be closed down. What a jackass boycot the place! How can he live with himself.

Since: Jan 12

Independence, KS

#5 Aug 13, 2012
Do you know why he was asked to leave? Perhaps he was loud, disorderly or drunk.I have on 2 occasions had to ask disorderly customers in wheel chairs to leave my store; once I had to call the police to get them out. Just because they're disabled doesn't entitle them to preferential treatment or excuse unacceptable conduct.
Friends

Independence, KS

#6 Aug 13, 2012
burnett-lignon wrote:
Do you know why he was asked to leave? Perhaps he was loud, disorderly or drunk.I have on 2 occasions had to ask disorderly customers in wheel chairs to leave my store; once I had to call the police to get them out. Just because they're disabled doesn't entitle them to preferential treatment or excuse unacceptable conduct.
Have known the man most of my life. He is a very nice gentelman and would of never been drunk and disordly. They were probably wanting to hear friends of family that was singing there that night.
hmm

United States

#7 Aug 13, 2012
I went there with a few friends one night. We were not there to get super drunk or rowdy, just to have a good time and have dinner. We were just sitting in a booth minding our own, not causing any trouble at all and Lance approached one of the people I was with and told him he had to turn his hat around or leave the establishment. I understand if someone's pants around on the ground and their underwear are showing, but the way he had his hat? Ok, so you don't like it??? What if I don't like the way you wear your shirt? They must have more money than they know what to do with if they think it is ok to tell someone how they have to look. I was way more upset than the guy I was with was, he just kindly said ok and turned his hat around, but I was so angry.
Stupid move

Cherryvale, KS

#8 Aug 13, 2012
The person that was asked to leave was not drunk or disorderly. He was paralyzed in a fall years ago and they were there to hear some friends of theirs play in a band that night. They had eaten and were waiting for the band to start playing.
I say Boycott

United States

#9 Aug 13, 2012
If this is all TRUE -

I say those in the know should get the word out to BOYCOTT the place on a specific date. Send Lance a message Loud and Clear about Why you are doing this. Call the ACLU if necessary. Don't let that ass get away with this.
True

Independence, KS

#10 Aug 14, 2012
They sat outside and watched 4 people go in and be seated after he was told there was no room for him.
TERRIBLE

Independence, KS

#11 Aug 14, 2012
My heart aches for someone to be treated like this.
Agree

United States

#12 Aug 14, 2012
I say Boycott wrote:
If this is all TRUE -
I say those in the know should get the word out to BOYCOTT the place on a specific date. Send Lance a message Loud and Clear about Why you are doing this. Call the ACLU if necessary. Don't let that ass get away with this.
Don't let this go. DO SOMETHING.

I can't do anything. I don't KNOW anything. I wasn't there.
seriously

Fairview, OK

#13 Aug 14, 2012
I was in Jacks last night for dinner, there was a woman and her husband there and Lance was very friendly and accommodating to them. I have been to Jacks several times and never once had a bad experience.
seriously

Fairview, OK

#14 Aug 14, 2012
the woman was in a wheel chair
not true

Independence, KS

#15 Aug 15, 2012
this is all a lie, lance would never be disrespectful to someone unless they were out of line
hmm

Hutchinson, KS

#16 Aug 15, 2012
Well I don't know about everyone else's story, but I can stand face to face with you or anyone else, look you in the eye and tell you that what he said to my friend was real. I bet if you called him and asked him, he would tell you that he won't let his patrons wear their hats any way but forward facing.
yes you can yes you can

Independence, KS

#17 Aug 15, 2012
hmm wrote:
Well I don't know about everyone else's story, but I can stand face to face with you or anyone else, look you in the eye and tell you that what he said to my friend was real. I bet if you called him and asked him, he would tell you that he won't let his patrons wear their hats any way but forward facing.
thats good, it actually makes me want go their. i prefer going out to eat in a respectable place where im surrounded by decent professional people, maybe they will reopen the galaxy sometime soon and you can go there and feel more at home.
Never is a long time

United States

#18 Aug 15, 2012
not true wrote:
this is all a lie, lance would never be disrespectful to someone unless they were out of line
How would you know that he would NEVER do something? Unless you are Lance, you would not know.
me

Independence, KS

#19 Aug 15, 2012
My friend got off work at another bar wearing that establishments shirt and went up to uncle jacks and she was told she would not be served unless she went home and changed! I think that was a load of crap
Decent professional

United States

#20 Aug 15, 2012
yes you can yes you can wrote:
<quoted text> thats good, it actually makes me want go their. i prefer going out to eat in a respectable place where im surrounded by decent professional people, maybe they will reopen the galaxy sometime soon and you can go there and feel more at home.
Yeah, you tell'em!

I hope if Tim Tebow ever walks in with his hat on backwards you take your uppity attitude and make a statement with it by getting up and leaving that high-classed establishment!

http://themadmailman.wordpress.com/2011/08/09...

For me, Tim Tebow is a more-than-decent professional. I'll turn my hat around backwards and join him.

Climb down off your high horse, will ya?

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