Can I Refuse Bible Tracts from Customers?
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29-03-2015, 08:14 AM
RE: Can I Refuse Bible Tracts from Customers?
(29-03-2015 07:19 AM)unfogged Wrote:  On the other hand, you taking it and throwing it away keeps it out of the hand of somebody who may be more gullible so that's a small positive.

Yep. I'd ask for a few more "for my friends" and start recycling them, or stockpile them for a paper mache project.

However, people do pay for these Chick Tracts, so by doing this you might be indirectly putting more money into Jack Chick's pocket.

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29-03-2015, 08:20 AM
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It's tempting to reply, "Sorry, county health codes prohibit the handling of bullshit by resturaunt employees.". Unfortunately, on working hours, personal liberties are somewhat diminished. The ACLU and the FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation) can provide you with advice on this issue. Accepting employment is volumtary, on your part, so your recourse may be little if any. Talking to your manager may help. If he's a non-believer, the tracts could be great fun to mock.Evil_monster

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29-03-2015, 08:25 AM
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It amazes me the audacity of people. Find someone who can't really resist and then try to force their BS on them.

God works through MickeyD's drive thrus...impressive tactic. Dodgy

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29-03-2015, 08:28 AM
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Seriously, "No, thank you" is sufficient. It is morally, ethically, and legally appropriate to politely refuse.

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29-03-2015, 08:51 AM
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(29-03-2015 08:28 AM)Chas Wrote:  Seriously, "No, thank you" is sufficient. It is morally, ethically, and legally appropriate to politely refuse.

Simple and effective. Anyone offended by this has a serious stick up their ass.

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29-03-2015, 08:53 AM
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(29-03-2015 08:51 AM)NoSkyDaddy Wrote:  
(29-03-2015 08:28 AM)Chas Wrote:  Seriously, "No, thank you" is sufficient. It is morally, ethically, and legally appropriate to politely refuse.

Simple and effective. Anyone offended by this has a serious stick up their ass.

Or a cross. Drinking Beverage

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29-03-2015, 08:57 AM
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According to my wife, who was a waitress for many years, it is in fact illegal in many states to subject employees of non-religious entities to involuntary religious propaganda. Check with the ACLU.

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29-03-2015, 10:15 AM
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Never piss off the guy who's handling your food.

Unless you consider spit or boogers a condiment....

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29-03-2015, 11:38 AM
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(29-03-2015 10:15 AM)onlinebiker Wrote:  Never piss off the guy who's handling your food.

Unless you consider spit or boogers a condiment....

heh

Yeah. I've seen that done.
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29-03-2015, 01:36 PM
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(29-03-2015 08:28 AM)Chas Wrote:  Seriously, "No, thank you" is sufficient. It is morally, ethically, and legally appropriate to politely refuse.

The only reason I would tell the boss is in case one of these guys just doesn't take no for an answer, your boss is aware that you are uncomfortable and is also aware that people are doing this. If you have a run-in with one that will not let it go, the manager is not blindsided.

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