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Easier said than done

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Oct 16, 2006 at 14:48

Taking away an airport licence is easier said than done. They paid for it.

Sending them to the back of the line is sufficient, I think. It punishes them for attempting to force their religion on others while not depriving them of their right to practise in whatever odd way they like.

If they want to spend their lives burning gas in "the weeds," (the lot where hacks wait to go up for a fare) let 'em.

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