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Submitted by Don't bring that booze into my taxi (United States), Oct 14, 2006 at 18:52

Well, since it seems that the problem is 'visible alcoholic bottles- why not supply travelers with pretty, colorful, cloth bags to put their liquor in
then the liquor is NOT VISIBLE and the drivers will not know what is in the bag.

seriously, folks this is just another infringement on OUR AMWERICAN rights by a group that wants to take us over.
Is anyone keeping track?

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