Friday, June 09, 2006

Bad for business, but none of the court's business

Geno's Steaks, a Philadelphia cheesesteak establishment, has an English-only policing for customers - if they, with clerk help, can't get out "cheeseburger" in English, they don't get one. In a diverse city like Philadelphia, this is obviously a bad business decision. But some aren't willing to leave it at that:
Juntos, a Hispanic neighborhood organization, said it plans to send people to Geno's to try to order in Spanish and may pursue court action, depending on what happens.
That is ridiculous, and I hope any reasonable judge would throw that case out, and let Geno's Steaks continue on its stupid policy.


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