A bartender that doesn’t want to lose their job. It’s illegal to discriminate against pregnant women. Liquor liability laws only protect businesses when they refuse service to minors, intoxicated persons and known drunkards (people with DUI’s etc, getting drunk frequently does not count)
Alisha is the reason for the evolution vs. creation theory debate. Evolution theory says: if there was a god, she wouldn’t be here, OR pregnant. Creation theory says: I thought you said only the desirable genes survived?
Clearly, they’re both missing the point; Alisha is a starfish. Which begs the question: Bartenders can refuse to serve starfish, can’t they?
I’ve been to places before that have signs noted that the bartender has the right to refuse service for any reason.
With that being said, I’ve asked this question before and read that the U.S. law says you can refuse service for any reason except the ones set by law, such as race, nationality, religion, disability, sex, or skin color. I don’t think being pregnant falls under any of these categories so it would be up to the establishment.
What’s even worse is that in Florida you can smoke in bars and clubs so even if they don’t drink, they are still inhaling loads of smoke.
I must say that it is posts like these that really harm the struggle to fight the institutional racsim still imbedded in old people like me.
BTW I noticed Lambook did not moderate “nigga” like they used to.
Hey guys, first time poster. This site makes me lol….
Normally, I would agree that a pregnant woman shouldn’t be around smoke or drink while she’s pregnant, but in this case I don’t think it’s going to matter…. This kid is going to be dumb as a rock anyway…. Bless his little n**** soul!!
Lmao isnt this website supposed to be for funny shit u see on ur facebook feed… ? Half the shit on here isnt true anyway, so seriously, relax…. and learn how to type, btw i am not from montreal im from chicago
I’m fairly confident that every single person in that exchange was white. Alisha, Amanda and Kate? With Marc as a friend? Surburban white kids. No black people involved. Which makes the “nigga” comments even worse. :\
Are you sure you’re not being discriminatory yourself by assuming they aren’t black just because these folks don’t have names like Shineequa, Jamal, Chanelle, or whatever kind of name you might associate with a black person?
Though, I do agree that it would make it worse… Far, far worse. Mind you, Amanda could be the token white chick in the group.
@pinkhobo, atm I’m watching Adulthood, the sequel It’s even worse. They beat the one piece of genuine characterization from the first movie in the stomach with a baseball bat and then knifed it to death before snorting coke off it whilst punching their pregnant belly over and over and sucking men off for money to buy dresses and MORE DRUGS.
No kidding, fifteen year olds do all those things in Kidulthood. Gritty realism my arse, you’d have a more cheery time in a morgue.
@ BritishHobo I only just realised what you were talking about. I read the book, haven’t seen the movie. The book was weird. It was so train-wreck hilarious I couldn’t stop reading it. I was unaware that there was a sequel. Clearly they thought the first was a success??
This is why Parental Suitability tests should become mandatory. I mean, I’m not the best parent, but I have a lot more common sense that she could ever hope for. Not to mention somewhat decent literacy.
Marc has to mind his own ‘bizns’ for simply trying to confirm is she was pregnant, but Amanda’s find for telling her that it’s probably not a good idea. Poor child.
‘Uh, yeah, your daddy’s the one that snackin.’ ‘But they all are.’ ‘Uh, yeah. Shut up child and eat your chees whiz.’
Yeah, it takes away because of the fact that I simply cannot type like she does…
Someone should call DFACS on this stupid whore. I completely agree with RMrpsls, we should institute some sort of test for parental ability and intelligence and getting pregnant without a license should be just as illegal as driving without one.
@Nantaise it was just weird for me. It felt like they’d taken every stereotype about ‘modern youth in poverty’ and crammed it together. Then, for good measure, they chucked in the usual problems: bullies, alcohol, drugs etc. It came across, to me, as weird and stupid.
@BritishHobo I admit I laughed every time someone spoke. Towards the end I just started skipping the dialogue, which means I missed a lot. I had to go back through and re-read the dialogue, and mostly I just got the gist of what they were saying and moved on.
@RollerGirl: The very same. It just made it that little bit more weird seeing that bloke off Doctor Who wandering around in a hoodie kicking people in the stomach and promising over the phone to ‘fuck ‘em up’. Just a weird, weird movie.
Fred: Just imagine them being read aloud with barely any emotion, and you’ve pretty much got the audio of the film xD So weird…
I like how this ghettotard says “What you peeps think??” Then a comment down she says “Mind ya own bizns.” Which I’m assuming means “Mind your own business” in actual English. Didn’t she ask what they thought? Ignorance. I just don’t get some people.