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05/28/2014

Exxon Mobil: Another year, another reminder for LGBT drivers to buy gas elsewhere

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2014-05-28 At 6.12.43 Pm-1One more year and the terribly misguided decision will be old enough to vote on itself:

For 17th time, Exxon Mobil rejects LGBT workplace protections [Washington Blade]

Two things I know for sure:

  1. The drivers of history's wrong side always find fuel for far longer than they should

  2. They always run out of gas eventually.

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