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Old Posted Nov 15, 2012, 5:38 PM
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Wow now the church bahahahah what is CBS our deep south? ... since when does the Church get involved with businesses? especially LEGAL ones?

the comments are overwhelmingly against the church having ANY input

It's crazy it's like they think some brothel was opened that suck young children in and sell them into the sex trade hahaha


Clergy not Happy with CBS Strip Club

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The Ministerial Association of Conception Bay South is urging residents to boycott a new business that has recently opened in Foxtrap. When Siren's Cabaret, Strip Club and Restaurant opened their doors in late October, they were met with many angry residents who felt the business was out of place in a town that is home to many young families.
Major Lorne Pritchett of the Salvation Army chairs the Ministerial Association of CBS, and he says the business brings nothing good to the community. Pritchett says, unfortunately, there is no legal action that they can take. Instead, Pritchett says he is asking residents to boycott the business and "starve it out of town."
Pritchett says they will continue to look into ways to remove the business from Foxtrap. Major Pritchett says they will be asking MHAs associated with the town to ask government why someone doesn't have jurisdiction over businesses like that.
http://www.vocm.com/newsarticle.asp?...28349&latest=1


as many of the comments refer to.. "Those who live in glass houses.."
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