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Seafra  Seafra is offline
Join Date: 03 Feb 2007
Location: Rhode Island, USA
Posts: 2,266

Originally Posted by Fudugazi
really don't get your point at all, Seafra
And I don't get yours. We must agree to disagree I'd think.

BTW, OT - if there are religious laws, would you not be prosecuted for stopping the Muslims from praying?
I can stop him from praying in the lobby. Same as I can stop someone from reading the bible (ETA: aloud) in the lobby. Same difference in the eyes of the law.

Keep in mind we are talking about private property and Hotel Law (yeah, we have a whole branch of law for Hotels in the US).
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