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Submitted by Don Mandel (United States), Oct 11, 2006 at 19:27

A taxi is a licensed car by the the city or county, It's not a private car or limo, What if the bus driver was a muslim and I have groceries or my seeing eye dog. Don't you get it.? Where does it end?

If I am in Saudi Arabia I am NOT going to drink. Here everyone should follow the law of the LAND

Eplurbis unum " from many one"

or When in ROME do as the ROMANS

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