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MUSLIM WOMAN WHINES That She’s ‘OFFENDED’ By BACON SIGN, Then THIS HAPPENS!!
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[quote:mkarenh13:MV8zMTAxMzYwXzU1MjY3MDA5XzU0OEQ2N0M1] And people wonder why there are hate crimes against the Muslims? It is instances like this. And businesses caving into them. I find it offensive that we are losing our basic freedoms because a group of people is offended by something. Everyone is offended these days. What the hell ever happened to just turning a blind eye and going on about your life? Americans have gotten too damn pussified. Are the going to stop serving bacon and sausage for breakfast because a Muslim might want to eat breakfast there and it would be offensive to have it in the building? This ridiculousness needs to stop. [/quote]
Boggles the mind?
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Well, that’s one less restaurant I will ever visit. They should be ashamed of themselves. Sneakers Bistro restaurant in Vermont put out a sign to advertise their yummy bacon. All it said was, ‘Yield for Sneakers Bistro Bacon.’ A Muslim woman complained that she found the sign offensive. So, what does the restaurant do? Why, they cave in the name of diversity of course. They removed the sign and apologized on Facebook citing opposition from Muslims and safety concerns.
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