Gideons International are well known for leaving Bibles in hotel rooms. Problem is, I don't really want a Bible in my hotel room. If I wanted one, I'd have brought my own.
Some people like to take the Bibles home, but that is stealing. Other people like to write notes, but that is vandalism.
That's why you should Hide the Bible.
Inspired by Jeff Dee
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Up, wedged behind an extractor fan and the wall, resting on the power socket, in Auckland, New Zealand
Crowne Plaza, Portland, Or, USA behind the flatscreen.
Behind a canvas painting in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Wedged between the leg braces of an end table in the Hilton Garden Inn in Naperville, Illinois.
In the cavity under a bedside table in Laughlin City, Nevada.
wedged into the wall attachment of the TV. In Reykajvik, Iceland.
Hidden in a ceiling panel. Premier Inn, Liverpool
The Dolce in Peachtree City, GA. This is for being forced to watch FauxNEWS everywhere I went down here. :)
At the Holiday Inn Express Drake in Des Moines, IA. The bathroom has a suspended ceiling, so I popped one of the tiles up and slid it in.
Under bottom drawer in the dresser.
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