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mjzfunhouse July 14, 2010 at 2:12pm
The Military has reversed that policy. Within a few months it will be acceptable to be openly gay in the military.
As far as compairing smokers to gays. I believe smoking reflects more negatively on a company then being gay. Smokers also cost more money for employers as far as breaks and illnesses then others.
On the other hand, what about obesity, piercings, tattooes, and other life choices that may endanger our health? I am an overweight,tattooed,and pierced ex-smoker, so I'm not judging.
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