I was at the State Fair yesterday. I stopped at a booth in the Grange building. I was admiring the craftsmanship of an exhibitor of items she was selling. I saw one item in particular - is was CSA flag- I asked here if anyone had complained about it. She said no one had better complained about that flag- as it stood for states rights, ect. I agreed with with everything she said. I then mentioned that some 20 years ago there was a radio station that broadcasted out of the Grange building. She told me they weren't allowed there anymore because on of the DJ said he did not want wheel chairs at the State Fair. As we walked out, I told my wife I was DJ. (evidently the woman did not recognize me) My wife was surprised I would say such a thing. I asked her if she wanted to hear the rest of the story. You see, what I was talking about was those in wheelchairs who think that all others must yield to them-"so what if my wheelchair is your way - I am handicap" and other attitudes such as that. For the record, I am glad there are provisions made for the handicap - however any action can go to the extreme. After a few minutes, I realized something - this woman was offended at what I (supposedly) said, and demanded action (no longer allowed to broadcast in the Grange), however, she had no tolerance for someone who might be offended at her Confederate flags. Thoughts?