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    dang I got email from them. they said they had in in violation of my rights in a state of shock


    soo I thanked them and ask them so now what are you gonna do

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    That is against the law...call the office of the president! Doug Parker 817-963-1234

    Next time hold your ground and ask for a resolutions officer to come to the gate. The have seniority over gate crew and ramp oops agents.

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    I wonder if someone else near you smelled of peepee, and whoever was offended by the odor assumed it was the one in the wheelchair.

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    Jody may be right, makes sense. Horrible way to be treated, shake it off, lots of aholes out there.

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    i would like to shake it i am frairly independent but worse case seniario what would happen to me if a tube kinked or clogged bag busted i always change everything fresh and new the day f travel

    i am a quad i can not change tubes what would i do ? i honestly don/t know i carry supplies always and gloves but..

    has anyone a quad experience this an accident and how did u andle it traveling alone

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    I'm a T6 para. I use reusable leg bags like this (http://www.exmed.net/p-3046-urocare-...e-leg-bag.aspx) they last for years. I use hardware store plastic tubing, that is flexible, but doesn't kink like the dam surgical stuff. I put athletic tape around joints as security, so they won't come apart.
    I don't stink. Well not any more than any car mechanic does

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    I've used the clear Dis-posa-bag from Bard for 20 years. Had a bunch bust over the years when I forget to empty them, sleeping, transferring etc. I was cruising thru the forums for the first time in months and was reading this thread, saw your link and am going to give them a try. I used to get about a month use per bag from them but for the last few years I seem to have to change them at least twice per month. Just got my truck back on the road again and transferring that high makes it inevitable to snag a bag. Took a day to remove the old rear end, a day to slide the used one under and another day to bolt it all up. Got new rotors and pads up front a few days after(rest my sore back) and have about 120 miles so far. No one has said I stink either, so I might be one-up on ya ! Thanks for the link. As for the original post concerning the 'smeller', if I knew I was clean and no leaks, I would have asked for verification from a multitude of others AND also that they smell THEM. Don't be afraid to speak up for yourself. There are a LOT of ignorant, prejudiced 'people' out there. Be nice but firm. Pardon the pun but you have to stand up for yourself, no one else is going to. Get a reimbursement for your troubles, they may just think twice before they pull that trick on the next person.
    Quote Originally Posted by baldfatdad View Post
    I'm a T6 para. I use reusable leg bags like this (http://www.exmed.net/p-3046-urocare-...e-leg-bag.aspx) they last for years. I use hardware store plastic tubing, that is flexible, but doesn't kink like the dam surgical stuff. I put athletic tape around joints as security, so they won't come apart.
    I don't stink. Well not any more than any car mechanic does

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