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Posted: 6:48 p.m. Friday, May 25, 2012
CRANBERRY TWP., Pa. —
A Cranberry Township restaurant has a sign outside its doors that reads, "Flying remote control airplanes into Muslim people at the mall is my thing." Part-time owner of Domenico's, Michael Pollice, said this isn't anything new. He's displayed signs like it in the past and sees nothing wrong with continuing to do so. "It's not real deep," said Pollice. "Because I am a shallow person." When asked what he would say to someone who believes the sign is offensive, Pollice replied, "Get a life, man. Take it easy. Just enjoy it for what it is."
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