For the past several months I've worked in my companies receiving inspection department. I

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For the past several months I've worked in my companies receiving inspection department. I open the boxes, check in parts and inspect them. Today for the first time I opened a box in which along with the parts was a 16 page religious tract called "Destined For Greatness" which gives all kinds of bible quotes and arguments for creationism and so forth. It ends with a "prayer for acceptance" with a space for your name and address so you can send it in for a "free" book called "God Owns My Business" written by the president of the company. The company is called "United States Plastic Corp." and it is owned by a guy named R. Stanley Tam. According to the pamphlet he also owns "States Smelting & Refining Corp." and is board chairman of "Industrial Safety Corp." and "Tamco Industries". As I work for a large govenment and military contractor I wonder if it is proper for a company to do business even indirectly with the government and proselytize at the same time. It certainly seems rude to me at least. Needless to say the religious tract went no farther than me. I just thought that if any of the list members are buyers for companies that they might think before ordering from the above- mentioned businesses. Dennis Rainer All national institutions of churches, whether denrnr@sprynet.com Jewish, Christian or Turkish, appear to me no single 39 y/o other than human inventions, set up terrify and Milwaukee WI enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit. T.Paine. the Age Of Reason.

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