I was in a Nordstrom Rack today in OC, and they told me it would be a minute for a fitting room. I asked about the one on the end, and they told me it was reserved for a handicap person. I said that, seeing as there were none, could I take it? They said that they had to leave it open. I asked for the manager, who told me it was state law to have one available. I told her that there is a difference between having one available in the store, so that when someone who needed it came, they could make it available, but it didn't mean that it had to be left open at all times. She kept claiming it was the law, which I am pretty sure is bullshit. She asked me if I needed to try something, and I told her not anymore, I was no longer in the mood. I also put down a basket full of shoes that I was mulling over. I think that it's good to have accessable rooms, but I think to reserve them at all times is unbelievably stupid, and, if it is in fact law, reverse discrimination. While a person in a wheelchair should have priority once they arrive, they should not have prefferential treatment before they arrive. I had been about to sample one of those Arnold Brant Black Label suits that had been discussed here eariler, but I decided that I had no desire to buy there because they are retarded.