Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Thu May 29 12:42:32 UTC 2008

In addition, I believe it has been decided that the Constitution
guarantees the religious right to rest on other days.  We do not
enforce the same single day off for everyone.


At 5/28/2008 11:59 PM, Doug Harris wrote:
>Interesting concept, 'cept there's no such time, anyplace, as EVERYONE
>getting a day off. Even in Northern NJ (and similarly blue-lawed places),
>food stores, gas stations, convenience stores and probably a kind or
>two of other commercial establishments are open and busy on Sundays.
>Some would argue that most of the above-named types of establishments
>fall under the 'necessary' banner. That is, of course, a debatable issue
>-- perhaps best done at home, with friends, while enjoying a widely-shared
>day off.
>How about just for the purpose giving EVERYONE a day off, guaranteed, no
>questions asked.
>James D. SMITH                 |If history teaches anything
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>                                |or slowly and cautiously.
> > can you expand please, and elucidate the arcane practices
> > of northern NJ?
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