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I love this group and always look forward to seeing them. One of my favorite parts about last year's performance was the little boy who did the chairs. I don't know his name, but I hope you will bring him back. What a thrill he gave us!
AMEN TO THIS WALLYWORLDGUY.
I applaud Mike for not just giving a PC answer. Good for him.
I don't agree. It is the RIGHT OF ANY BUSINESS TO REFUSE TO SELL OR PROVIDE A SERVICE TO ANYONE FOR ANY REASON. The florist is a private business owner and if they chose not to sell to someone (for whatever reason) then that is THEIR CHOICE. I don't see anyone getting all up in arms about cemeteries not wanting to bury the guy from Boston. While I agree they are totally two different things - a cemetery is declining a service to bury someone for reaasons they see fit. So, leave the florist alone - it's a private comapny and they can do as they please. Doesn't anyone remember tha the signs that say "we have the right to refuse service to anyone?" The shop is not a government shop - it's no ones business. Move on people.
Love love love this. You go girl. What a courageous young lady you are. You and your friends are making a difference.
I agree with PeggyJoy - time to be done. No one wants any business to go bankrupt, let's be clear about that. However, maybe Mr. C should have considered a few things BEFORE he decided to break the rules and thumb his nose at the City. We teach our kids to follow the rules - right --- so why type of example is this store owner setting for our kids? hmmm. I see - ignore the rules and do what you want - rules don't matter. Seems as though everyone's angry because the city followed through on enforcing the rules. I applaud the City.
Yep, looks terrible - but he broke the rules - plain and simple. And quite honestly, it's time to move on.
My hope is that the fines which he's incurreced will be used for something good.
He broke the rules. Plain and simple. He is thumbing his nose at the rule. What type of example is this setting for our kids - ignore the rules, they don't matter - just do what you want.
In total agreement with Hersey - please, WALLA WALLA CITY GO PAINT OVER THE SIGN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT - IT'S YOUR RIGHT.
I for one will not shop there anymore. And if he opens a new shop, our family will not support it either. He's lost our support.
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