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the older gurdwara has tables and chairs, but only women sit there, the ones that think they're too canadain to sit on the floor.

sometimes when i walk by, i feel like taking a bat and knocking each one of them off.

and can anyone answer my question

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Without false teeth an old person cant eat or would have to blend everything they eat to a milkshake. Without glasses they would probably hurt themselves.

whats next? no wheelchairs for the handicapped? thats ridiculous. This is a totally social-darwinistic attitude and is in fact against the compassion and COMMON SENSE that sikhi teaches.

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yea comeon whoever(the fella at gurooduaara) was saying glasses and stuff are wrong in sikhee need to undergo a course in "HOW TO THINK MORE OPENMINDEDLY". tongue.gif most of us here suffer from myopia tongue.gif ( i do.....ive got horrible eyesight...im a blind bat without my specz tongue.gif )...so if glasses were wrong....what you want us to do???? stop living?? That is UTTER ABOMINABLE NONSENSE. Comeon..sikhee is a very modern, PRACTICAL religion......don't turn it into some cavemen ideology style religion with this crazy ideas of specz not being allowed and stuff. Gill veerjee, if you wanna use a bat on someone, i suggest you use your bat on that dingbat who said glasses are wrong in sikhee. tongue.gif;) *lol*

P.S.: Gabroo veera, i think you're right, the next thing such people are gonna say is that using toilet paper or soap is wrong tongue.gif HEEHEEEHEEEE

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