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Travelocity Fined For Cuba Trips

Internet travel site Travelocity was fined $182,750 for booking trips to Cuba in violation of a 45-year-old embargo. What do you think?
  • "Doesn't the Treasury Department know you can get much better fares to enemy nations on Priceline?"

    Mickey Garvey
    Train Conductor
  • "As long as we're on the subject, should we just go ahead and fine them for booking trips to Topeka? I have never visited a hotter, more boring city than Topeka, Kansas."

    Molly Vicks
    Optometrist
  • "I was one of the people who booked a trip and even if I have to pay the whole fine, it's still cheaper than having my surgery done in the States."

    Damien Prow
    Farm Laborer

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