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Old May 18th, 2012, 01:06 PM
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Default Editorial on Seabourn Policy - Boat Drills



Zero Tolerance Policies!


New rules for cruise passengers come with absolutely no exceptions and you need to know!

05.18.12


One couple had their entire vacation turned upside down becaiuse of a new "Zero Tolerance Policy"
New rules for cruise passengers come with absolutely no exceptions and you need to know!

I love the line in a Seinfeld episode "I'm lactose intolerant and I absolutely won't tolerate it." It reminds me how ridiculous certain rules can sound at times. There are a lot of well-known expressions about rules, probably because they convey one of the most fundamental questions about "the rule of law."

What is more important when it comes to rules; the rule itself or the spirit of that rule? We all know what the rule of law means; it is what the rule says. So, what is the spirit of the law? Generally, it means everyone is safe, happy and unhindered. In such cases, the "no harm no foul" principle should apply.


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