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Submitted by Scott Merker (United States), Oct 19, 2006 at 22:29

Muslims refusing service involving alchohol is not limited to Minn_StP. They have been refusing trips to liquor stores here in Denver for years. During my last stint as a driver for Metro I took home one of our own dispatchers who complained that the muslims refused to swing into a liquor store in taking her home.

They also routinely refuse service to and from gay bars. Once a lucrative (if frequently weird) part of the job, the gays got fed up and created their own cab service.

The Dhimmitude started years ago.

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