Hmm, I wonder if I could take my local chippy to court over not serving
meat (burgers, sausages, etc) on Good Friday, all you can get is fish and
chips, nothing else. I questioned him over it last year and he replied
quite matter of factly that you can't eat meat on Good Friday (they're
devout Catholics). I don't know about anyone else but I can eat meat any
day of the year I like, regardless what the Church or a chipper says.
On Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:39:32 +0000
Niall Walsh <me at niallwalsh.com> wrote:
>> Looking at (which uses PHP, nice after being accosted by ASP cookies at
>http://www.oasis.gov.ie/government_in_ireland/the_constitution/religious_liberty.html> we read that:
> "The state guarantees not to endow or favour any religion and
> not to discriminate on the grounds of religion. "
Paul Askins <:)
Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at adbvdesign.analog.com>
Drawing on my fine command of language, I said nothing.
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