Babylon Complaint - Surprises - I guess tomatoes are too much to expect from a sim

Review by Curtest on 2009-05-14
COTTELVILLE, MISSOURI -- I won't bother to sit at a corner bar stool/seat if I ever come in for lunch again (I really don't expect to). I guess it was too much trouble for the bartender to acknowledge me as I tried to eat my meal with a refill of my tea being apparently too much trouble to notice.
I also noticed that in the "mens" bathroom the non-handicapped toilet stall door "opens up" in the wrong direction creating a safety hazard in a small confined space, not to mention that the coat hanger/door stop is mounted on the upper left corner on the inside of the door (instead of being centered at the top of the door) this mounted position creates a potential for someone while trying to exit the stall could have the door pushed back in on them resulting in a head or possible eye injury.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-05-15
Posted by Soaring Consumer on 2009-05-14:
If you believe the bathroom stall is a safety hazard I suggest that you contact a city inspector.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-05-14:
Based on your description, it sounds like the stall door opens outward. That's exactly the way a handicapped stall is supposed to open. Figure out how you would close an inward opening door, if you were using a wheelchair. Sounds like maybe you went in with a bit of an attitude.
Posted by Curtest on 2009-05-15:
You may have the wromg impression. In my original statement I mentioned the non-handicapped stall door that when opened actually blocks the access to the larger "handicapped stall entrance.

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