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  1. The Bible and book of Moron are both fake news. It’s unfortunate that Marriott’s founder and owners want to spread fake news. Another reason why I switched to Hyatt and Hilton after the merger.

  2. No Book of Mormon in W Hotels because they have intimacy kits?
    That’s so unfair. After all, Mormonism was based around pedophiles and polygamists. No books of Mo in Indonesia where child brides are too common?

    @Ray Did you know a Chinese conglomerate owns 25% of Hilton? Best skip Radisson which is now owned by the Communist party of Shanghai.

  3. No Book of Mormoney at W Hotels because they have intamacy kits?
    But, Mormonism is based on sex; the disgusting pedophile type and child brides.

    Soon, connecting room requests will have priority for sister-wives who hold the secretive (unpublished) Preferred Parent Platinum level with $25’000 in annual tithings to the Church.

  4. I don’t have the bandwidth to worry about the Book of Mormon. I’m still trying to figure out when the SPG/Marriott merger will be done and show correct account information. My SPG is still missing everything from 7/18 on, so missing 14 nights at this point. Frustrating!

  5. Hey all, please watch your negative and stereotyped comments. I’m a Mormon, if you have any questions please direct them to me and I’ll gladly share with you what we believe. Your statements above only reflect ignorance, I’d hope you’re above that.

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