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--- Quote from: perpetua on March 10, 2013, 04:34:17 AM ---I didn't see it as a vent at all, it was just a statement of fact.

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Just because it's a fact (and it's not, really, it's your opinion) doesn't mean you have to say it.

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It was indeed a statement of fact. I was referring to the OP's position that she chose to shop at wherever because she doesn't enjoy shopping at places where there are children. That is actually a fact. And the OP has every right to state it if she wants to.

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But this isn't 'constitutional right's hell'.   I believe it is rude to express your preference to avoid a particular sub-group of people, whatever that sub-group might be and however reasonable your objections to them might be.     It is a topic best avoided.


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