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Re: Meat Industry Investment

Feb 26, 1997 05:30 PM
by Ann E. Bermingham

> From: M K Ramadoss <>
> BTW, as a rule in my consulting and tax practice I do not take on clients in
> businesses dealing with liquor, meat industry, poulty & seafood industry,
> prostitution, military and law enforcement. This policy has not hurt my
> business.
Evidently you don't feel these people are worthy enough to receive your
consultation and advice.  I consider this to be a form of discrimination
based on your own and only your own moral code.  I suggest you be
more discreet in letting this information about your practice out to the
public.  If someone you turned down heard about this they may file a lawsuit.
And you know how expensive and time-consuming lawsuits can be.

In fact you would have turned down any business with any number of
my relatives, especially those that emigrated to the US in the twenties.
They owned a farm in Czechoslovakia, complete with live chickens
and pigs.  My mother and grandmother taught me the value of livestock
and not to take it for granted, because they knew how difficult it was
to bring it from the barnyard to the table.


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