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Hello and welcome. While I appreciate your frustration, private business owners have a right to choose whom they do business with. The only exception would be if service was denied on the basis of a legally protected trait such as race or religion, in which case it becomes a civil rights issue. Otherwise, there is nothing unlawful about denying service for any reason, fair or unfair and regardless of how remote in time. I am sorry. I hope this answers your question. If I can clarify anything at all just let me know.
I'm not sure why you say my answer is unreasonable because you are agreeing with me--it is illegal for a business to deny service on the basis of a legally protected trait. Sexual orientation is a legally protected trait, as is age. If you can prove that you're ere denied services specifically because of how old you are then you would want to talk to an attorney as you may have a civil rights claim. But the key is that you can prove this unlawful discriminatory motive. I hope this helps.