Friday the July 13th, 2012
Dear Editor of the Indiana (University) Daily Student:
There comes a time when enough is enough; or injustice just lasts way too long Middle America. This is embarrassing ironic concerning two Christ-based entities in Bloomington, an area with a world-class university, offering studies in its Schools of Psychology, Law, Medicine, and Public Health.
There was a talented blue-ribbon service-assistance dog that has been held with predgidece. French bulldog, Tiki Teddy Iz Lazarus Rumpkin and his disabled master were denied emergency housing and service at one Grant Street coffee house (SOMA) during the week of June 24-July 1 and shelter at two of the three homeless shelters in B-ton (Genesis Community Church along the SR 45/46 Bypass and Backstreet Ministries on Westplex Court).
Not ironic or funny, but tragic and deadly.
French Bulldog Teddy
This was also one of the hottest and humid consecutive days in local history! In fact, B-ton went through 16 consecutive days already this summer with temperatures exceeded 90 degrees F.
Shall we pray?!?
Frenchy Teddy, a trained and licensed (California) pedigree service-assistance dog may be a victim of “racial profiling.” These public organizations should be held responsible and prosecuted for American with Disabilities (ADA) and civil rights transgressions.
RIP for any good reason? After suffering with brain damage for 90 minutes, Teddy passed away in a “Certified new Used Impala,” with a defective air-conditioning system, recently purchased in late June from the Chevy dealer located in Martinsville,Indiana.
His body is interred in Southern Hamilton County north of Indianapolis.
Amen. Oh, Lord have mercy!
Comic Act of “Teddy and Buck” on New Years Day 2010