If you wanted something different, or it was a special you wanted to try all you had to do was ask for it when they took the drink order. Otherwise it was a nice chat, lunch was served and it was great.
I would be into a place like "Mistaken Orders" since I'm sure it would be fine, and a little adventure.
For me I think this at-the-source / small town / intimate one-on-one solution is great in so many ways.
> Bitty & Beau’s Coffee is more than just a place to grab a cup of coffee – it’s an experience. While the shop is run by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the customers love the products, they really come in for the unique customer service experience.
- Winston-Salem, NC
- Charlotte, SC
- Savannah, GA
Do some good like they're trying to!
Your ADHD would be an adaptive trait in other eras, though. It would make you an excellent hunter and tracker, and probably a fearsome improvisational tactician on the battlefield. In a less technological era, you would likely be a chieftain or better, thanks to your impressive ability to provide meat to your people and beat the shit out of other tribes.
None of that is very useful to you in this world of cubicles and meetings and emails, but maybe someday, managers and entrepreneurs will find ways to enable people like you and help you work to your true potential.
Also, Yahoo Japan does a go fund me style donations platform?! Still amazed Yahoo lives on in Japan.
Reasonable accommodations are just that. Reasonable. The schtick of this place is that there's a high degree of uncertainty involved.
That's... well, it's racist, but it's so utterly bizarre I can't even get angry.
And do you still believe it after the other user linked an article about allergies in other races?
It’s not discriminatory, but racism is a belief not always an action. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism
"Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another."
Superiority is a key word here. The link actually ends up on the page for supremacism:
"Supremacism is an ideology which holds that a certain class of people is superior to others, and that they should dominate, control, and subjugate others, or are entitled to do so."