It can and does happen! While returning from a home improvement store, dropped items in back of car and while the hatch was closing my key fell out of my shirt pocket and into the car. No other doors had been opened.
WOW, YOU MUST BE 8 FEET TALL! THATS ABOUT THE ONLY WAY KEYS COULD FALL FROM A SHIRT POCKET,,, ITS ALL PHYSICS....
Happened to me leaning across the seat of the truck to get my gear for a gig. Fortunately I had everything but my Tux Shoes. Luckily we had AAA. Didn't cost me anything to get it opened. Now a lot of insurance Companies add roadside assistance to their basic coverage. I would call them before calling a lock smith or even try submitting the bill to the insurance company.
March 5, 2014 at 5:51pm
What a load of garbage. He knows, they all know it’s one giant pile of cow dung and yet they’ve still managed to put it off in its entirety until after the next 2 elections. The entire Washington ripoff machine needs dismantled.
August 27, 2013 at 2:55pm
Crying racism is solely done for profit, it serves no other useful purpose.
August 27, 2013 at 10:01am
Assistance dogs can perform a variety of tasks for people with various disabilities. Guide dogs help those visually impaired, Hearing dogs help those who have diminished hearing or are deaf. Service dogs usually are paired with people that might use a wheelchair. Skilled Companion dogs are usually paired with young children or older adults that have a parent or guardian there to take care of the dog’s needs. Facility dogs are used in schools, nursing homes, hospitals and court settings are their handlers are professionals in their trade ie: Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Recreational Therapists, etc…
These trained assistance dogs will never eat off plates, off the floor or table. They are rarely even noticed when in restaurants. They are trained to lay quietly under a table or chair, taking up as little space as possible.
My wife and I are volunteer puppy raisers for a national assistance dog organization and work very hard with the pups, teaching them proper etiquette when in public. We have all run into businesses that have had “fake” service dogs problems. Sometimes it is an uphill battle due to all the fakes out there. Sad that there are so many that abuse the ADA laws.