Thread: Gun Range Sued
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Old August 27, 2012, 11:05 AM   #69
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Appropriate discrimination is a necessary part of ordinary life, and we only sense the propriety of intervention by the courts where there is an injustice resulting from the discrimination.
Good point - it's one thing to complain because you're actually being discriminated *against*, and another thing entirely when you're just butthurt because you can't stand to see someone else get an occasional "good deal".

I think I know which camp the plaintiff falls into, since even if the range discontinues "Ladies' Night" entirely, it's not going to change his price by a single penny.
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