My info is false, and still has a job I had a few years ago on it. Never noticed till I just checked. I should probably let em know I got my pro card....
Originally Posted by 1_pointer
What's interesting about this to me is the disparity in what a reasonable response could be. Half of America would look at this and laugh and show their buddies, while another portion would be deeply offended, call their lawyer, and sue someone.
It's far too easy to bring forth lawsuits against another party in this country, and this is a perfect example of that. Injustices are occurring all over, and if we don't prioritize them we'll end up burning up precious capital on petty things like this. Being from Zambia, I'm only assuming this guy is black. Having had black friends in Montana, I can guarantee he has dealt with more bullshit than one person should ever have to. Perhaps he was viewing this through that lense, and got extremely pissed.
Should Wally World apologize and have a serious talk with their employee? Yes. Is someone misstating your profession on a fishing license worthy of a lawsuit? I don't think so. IMO
Last edited by Nameless Range; 04-20-2017 at 06:56 AM.
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