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BOYCOTT- What do you think?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GAMALOT, Feb 22, 2003.

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  1. GAMALOT

    GAMALOT Member

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    A friend sent me a message about a local business with this sign in his window.

    "I WOULD RATHER DO BUSINESS WITH A HUNDRED ALQUEDA
    TERRORISTS,
    THEN ONE AMERICAN CITIZEN"



    COLEMAN'S FUNERAL HOME
     
  2. MoNsTeR

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    Smells like a prank, or someone trying to qualify for bankruptcy. I.E., no sane businessman who cared about making a buck would post such a sign, not even in Berkeley.
     
  3. GAMALOT

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    maybe you missed the point! He just wants to burry them!!!!!
     
  4. gryphon

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    Yeah, it sounds like he would rather bury 100 Al-Quida than 1 American. Sounds OK to me if my reading comprehension is still up to snuff.
     
  5. GAMALOT

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    Thats the way I saw it and I quite agree with his desire to DO BUSINESS!!!
     
  6. Zundfolge

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    Seen this one in several forums on the net in the last couple weeks.

    Smells like urban legend to me.

    No mention of it on www.snopes.com ... yet
     
  7. one-shot-one

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    boycot

    :neener: either way i'm all for boycotting any funeral home for as long as possible.:p
     
  8. gryphon

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    One-shot-one probably make the best point of all. I agree!:D
     
  9. El Rojo

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    The key word is Coleman's Funeral Home. That is a pretty good one.
     
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