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2012-12-28 08:38:32 PM

ParaHandy: letrole: As usual, the smarmy, conceited, and belligerent schoolboy-atheist types are descending into circle-jerkery.

The interesting thing is that these fellows are generally still dependant upon mummy and daddy. There's nothing quite like the sense of entitlement that comes from extended adolescence.

You do not have a right to medical care. It's a privilege.

Balls. Tell me where on Mazlo's hierarchy guns are.


You're assuming he even knows what Mazlo's hierarchy is.
 
2012-12-28 08:45:51 PM

pxlboy: ParaHandy: letrole: As usual, the smarmy, conceited, and belligerent schoolboy-atheist types are descending into circle-jerkery.

The interesting thing is that these fellows are generally still dependant upon mummy and daddy. There's nothing quite like the sense of entitlement that comes from extended adolescence.

You do not have a right to medical care. It's a privilege.

Balls. Tell me where on Mazlo's hierarchy guns are.

You're assuming he even knows what Mazlo's hierarchy is.


It's  Maslo's
 
2012-12-28 08:47:14 PM

Thunderpipes: just because of Obamacare, we have crushing taxes starting to take effect in 2013,


This is complete and utter bullshiat. You should feel bad for typing such nonsense in public.
 
2012-12-28 08:51:32 PM

Indubitably: pxlboy: ParaHandy: letrole: As usual, the smarmy, conceited, and belligerent schoolboy-atheist types are descending into circle-jerkery.

The interesting thing is that these fellows are generally still dependant upon mummy and daddy. There's nothing quite like the sense of entitlement that comes from extended adolescence.

You do not have a right to medical care. It's a privilege.

Balls. Tell me where on Mazlo's hierarchy guns are.

You're assuming he even knows what Mazlo's hierarchy is.

It's  Maslo's


Forgive my spelling mistake. I am aware of what it is without having to Google it. That said, the original point still stands.

Greed, avarice, and xenophobia have become staples of the right wing belief system. To the those conservatives who aren't a bunch of angry godbotherers and the Libertarians who aren't mindless Randroids, form a party. There were once some sensible ideas and principled individuals in the GOP that seem to have been pushed out by loonies.

I would love to see some actual, viable, electable third parties in this country. But getting elected means either using your own money (assuming you can afford an election) or someone else's -- usually at a great moral cost.
 
2012-12-28 08:54:43 PM
I don't understand why you teabaggers have a problem with this.
The only people who will take advantage of birth control and abortion are liberals and brown people, right? You pay for enough of it and surely within a few generations this country will turn into a glorious white Jesusland.
Pay a little now, live in a glorious Fatherland later. It seems like a good investment. Call it a solution to your problems. Carry it out far enough and it might even turn into a, how to say it, final solution?
 
2012-12-28 08:55:09 PM

moothemagiccow: pxlboy: Republicans, specifically. They have a hard-on for destroying the USPS and public schools. Not everything needs a profit motive.

It's not like the USPS serves any real purpose any more. Is there any reason to send a letter anymore other than nostalgia and unwanted advertising?


It does fulfill constitutional obligations.
 
2012-12-28 08:58:23 PM

PepperFreak: I don't understand why you teabaggers have a problem with this.
The only people who will take advantage of birth control and abortion are liberals and brown people, right? You pay for enough of it and surely within a few generations this country will turn into a glorious white Jesusland.
Pay a little now, live in a glorious Fatherland later. It seems like a good investment. Call it a solution to your problems. Carry it out far enough and it might even turn into a, how to say it, final solution?


And how gay sex doesn't result in abortions because no conception is taking place? You'd think that it would be obvious to any logical, thinking person. Then again, if they were logical, thinking people, they probably wouldn't hold such idiotic beliefs in the first place.
 
2012-12-28 08:58:44 PM
Cool HL story time: Few years back I was in my local Hobby Lobby in Cowtown and was doing some shopping but also considering applying there since they offered a decent starting wage. What stopped me from applying was a young lady in one of the home decor aisles speaking to a customer about how she was a member of a Bible study group and that they met on Wednesdays and how delighted she and her brethren/sisteren would be if said customer would but consent to join them. Sorry, Hobby Lobby, you're a business. Either run it as such or STFU and if you don't hush it, hope you get sued to kingdom come and may your sanctimonious asses be handed to you as was the head of John the Baptist delivered to Salome on a silver platter. Sadly, HL does have the best selection of dollhouse kits I've found in a brick and mortar store and have put it off, as one of my reasons is shipping of delicate parts and returning items from an online retailer. They have received no further business from me except for the one time I took an out of town houseguest at her request there and chose not to delve into why I boycotted the company. Amazon, who has a better return policy than I would've imagined, should have the same dollhouse kits for cheaper, so HL and all of their nonsense may go fly a kite and hopefully go down in flames for their neglect of the health and consideration of their employees and their families. I will not shed a tear to see them all close shop permanently and GTFU of my state.  I pray it is soon.
 
2012-12-28 09:00:22 PM

o5iiawah: dr_blasto: Maybe they should go be a company in some other country that doesn't have any farking standards. If they can't deal with making money in a first-world nation, maybe the Central African Republic would suit them better. Or maybe Iran.

Ooh, there's probably a lot of unused land they could set up shop in Afghanistan. That seems like its right up their alley.

We were a civil and stable country long before the days of employers providing health insurance so your whole tired argument is crap. The whole reason why we look to our employers for health insurance is because it is (so far) and untaxed benefit which companies use to attract talent. Like every other tax, the income tax affects the behavior of individuals and employers. Why we dont have insurance companies competing for business, lowering prices and offering attractive services like wellness and fitness to keep their costs low, giving consumers the ability to shop for a plan that fits their health needs with the freedom to take the plan across jobs and state lines is beyond me.


You mean, why didn't we implement Obamacare sooner? Because that's exactly what you post is implying. Those things you long for? In there. Cross-state markets, echanges, allow for competitive services. Wellness and preventative medicine? Now required.
 
2012-12-28 09:04:37 PM

dr_blasto: o5iiawah: dr_blasto: Maybe they should go be a company in some other country that doesn't have any farking standards. If they can't deal with making money in a first-world nation, maybe the Central African Republic would suit them better. Or maybe Iran.

Ooh, there's probably a lot of unused land they could set up shop in Afghanistan. That seems like its right up their alley.

We were a civil and stable country long before the days of employers providing health insurance so your whole tired argument is crap. The whole reason why we look to our employers for health insurance is because it is (so far) and untaxed benefit which companies use to attract talent. Like every other tax, the income tax affects the behavior of individuals and employers. Why we dont have insurance companies competing for business, lowering prices and offering attractive services like wellness and fitness to keep their costs low, giving consumers the ability to shop for a plan that fits their health needs with the freedom to take the plan across jobs and state lines is beyond me.

You mean, why didn't we implement Obamacare sooner? Because that's exactly what you post is implying. Those things you long for? In there. Cross-state markets, echanges, allow for competitive services. Wellness and preventative medicine? Now required.


Preventative medicine can go a long way towards reducing healthcare costs. People shouldn't have to wait until they're having a stroke or the cancer becomes so painful they go to the ER. At that point, whatever is necessary is going to have to be done immediately and at great expense.
 
2012-12-28 09:08:27 PM

pxlboy: Exactly as planned.


No doubt. It is absurd and criminal. I'm not even certain who the original problem child was and even less certain if they're still in Congress, but, today, the problem is Rep. Issa. He thinks it should be privatised, somehow FedEx will deliver letters for $.50 to rural bumfark Nebraska. Issa is either a complete evil criminal or an absolutly stupid tool. Or both, they're not mutually exclusive.
 
2012-12-28 09:12:11 PM

dr_blasto: pxlboy: Exactly as planned.

No doubt. It is absurd and criminal. I'm not even certain who the original problem child was and even less certain if they're still in Congress, but, today, the problem is Rep. Issa. He thinks it should be privatised, somehow FedEx will deliver letters for $.50 to rural bumfark Nebraska. Issa is either a complete evil criminal or an absolutly stupid tool. Or both, they're not mutually exclusive.


I would think both as well. He's kind of a jerkbag.
 
2012-12-28 09:12:19 PM

CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.


Do you listen only to Rush Limbaugh, a man with the IQ of a fencepost, to get all your information on success and failure rates of government programs?
 
2012-12-28 09:18:20 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Mmmm... first, by "State" I refer to the technical term of government (in this case the feds), just in case you thought I meant the STATE government. Second, if the feds tell the company that, yes, they have to pay for employee purchases of contraceptives and other things that the employer's religion defines as abortifacients then yes, indeed, they are forcing them to pay for someone else's abortion

No you're not, because it doesn't matter what your religion is, it matters what science says. And science says you're still wrong.

Additionally, a corporation is not a religious entity so you're STILL wrong!


He's already godwinned his arguments.
 
2012-12-28 09:19:49 PM

CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.


He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.
 
2012-12-28 09:20:09 PM

dr_blasto: cameroncrazy1984: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Mmmm... first, by "State" I refer to the technical term of government (in this case the feds), just in case you thought I meant the STATE government. Second, if the feds tell the company that, yes, they have to pay for employee purchases of contraceptives and other things that the employer's religion defines as abortifacients then yes, indeed, they are forcing them to pay for someone else's abortion

No you're not, because it doesn't matter what your religion is, it matters what science says. And science says you're still wrong.

Additionally, a corporation is not a religious entity so you're STILL wrong!

He's already godwinned his arguments.


Pretty much a dead giveaway that he's a moron or a troll.
 
2012-12-28 09:20:32 PM

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Beavz0r: To oppose abortions (and the welfare system in general) as much as they do, it always surprised me how adamant they also are against contraceptives.

Just like the Republicans they voted for, 'compromise' must no longer be a part of their vocabulary.

Ok, I'll bite. What compromise to you propose in this situation?


Well, let me clarify -- I wasn't referring to a compromise regarding the subject matter in and of itself, but instead the jihad on contraceptives altogether.

From my perspective, contraceptives should not be an enemy to those of Christian faith, but instead a weapon to help curb a threat of significantly greater importance. When you consider that increasing accessibility to contraceptives has been known to dramatically lower abortion rates, and that even the short-term expenses of unplanned pregnancies ends up costing our government billions of dollars annually, it becomes increasingly difficult to justify such extreme negativity. Although you're not exactly addressing the underlining problem in the eyes of the church (specifically the inability of the masses to keep it in their pants), you're at least curbing a large portion of the damage that results from it.
 
2012-12-28 09:27:13 PM
Here's my thoughts on the Catholic Church and Contraception:

The man telling you that contraception is wrong and counter to God's Will is the same man that rides in an armored car so that he won't get shot.

I would think God would have a greater interest in the safety of his Legate on Earth (if he is what he claims to be) than whether or not any random woman has a baby when she has sex. If the Pope should be assassinated, it must be God's Will. Therefore his position on Contraception is HYPOCRICY, as he is actively using means to prevent God's Will, while denying such means to others.
 
2012-12-28 09:28:23 PM

Thrag: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.

He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.


Touché.... even a blind squirrel....
 
2012-12-28 09:31:17 PM

pxlboy: dr_blasto: cameroncrazy1984: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: Mmmm... first, by "State" I refer to the technical term of government (in this case the feds), just in case you thought I meant the STATE government. Second, if the feds tell the company that, yes, they have to pay for employee purchases of contraceptives and other things that the employer's religion defines as abortifacients then yes, indeed, they are forcing them to pay for someone else's abortion

No you're not, because it doesn't matter what your religion is, it matters what science says. And science says you're still wrong.

Additionally, a corporation is not a religious entity so you're STILL wrong!

He's already godwinned his arguments.

Pretty much a dead giveaway that he's a moron or a troll.


Like Issa, he's probably both.
 
2012-12-28 09:32:48 PM

Beavz0r: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Beavz0r: To oppose abortions (and the welfare system in general) as much as they do, it always surprised me how adamant they also are against contraceptives.

Just like the Republicans they voted for, 'compromise' must no longer be a part of their vocabulary.

Ok, I'll bite. What compromise to you propose in this situation?

Well, let me clarify -- I wasn't referring to a compromise regarding the subject matter in and of itself, but instead the jihad on contraceptives altogether.

From my perspective, contraceptives should not be an enemy to those of Christian faith, but instead a weapon to help curb a threat of significantly greater importance. When you consider that increasing accessibility to contraceptives has been known to dramatically lower abortion rates, and that even the short-term expenses of unplanned pregnancies ends up costing our government billions of dollars annually, it becomes increasingly difficult to justify such extreme negativity. Although you're not exactly addressing the underlining problem in the eyes of the church (specifically the inability of the masses to keep it in their pants), you're at least curbing a large portion of the damage that results from it.


They're torn between reducing abortions and prolonging the cycle of poverty and the righteous indignation they get from slut-shaming. What to do...what to do
 
2012-12-28 09:33:45 PM

CreampuffCasperMilktoast: Thrag: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.

He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.

Touché.... even a blind squirrel....


How about the FDA? Or OSHA? Or the EPA? Or the FAA?
 
2012-12-28 09:37:12 PM

ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.


I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.
 
2012-12-28 09:37:35 PM

cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: Thrag: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.

He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.

Touché.... even a blind squirrel....

How about the FDA? Or OSHA? Or the EPA? Or the FAA?


Silly rabbit, corporations can be trusted to regulate themselves and totes work on the honor system.
 
2012-12-28 09:37:50 PM

pxlboy: Indubitably: pxlboy: ParaHandy: letrole: As usual, the smarmy, conceited, and belligerent schoolboy-atheist types are descending into circle-jerkery.

The interesting thing is that these fellows are generally still dependant upon mummy and daddy. There's nothing quite like the sense of entitlement that comes from extended adolescence.

You do not have a right to medical care. It's a privilege.

Balls. Tell me where on Mazlo's hierarchy guns are.

You're assuming he even knows what Mazlo's hierarchy is.

It's  Maslo's

Forgive my spelling mistake. I am aware of what it is without having to Google it. That said, the original point still stands.

Greed, avarice, and xenophobia have become staples of the right wing belief system. To the those conservatives who aren't a bunch of angry godbotherers and the Libertarians who aren't mindless Randroids, form a party. There were once some sensible ideas and principled individuals in the GOP that seem to have been pushed out by loonies.

I would love to see some actual, viable, electable third parties in this country. But getting elected means either using your own money (assuming you can afford an election) or someone else's -- usually at a great moral cost.


Me too, friend.

Peace.
 
2012-12-28 09:38:45 PM

TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.


Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.
 
2012-12-28 09:39:47 PM

gaspode: cwolf20: On an unrelated note.

Owner with 6 employees figured up the math on providing insurance for the first time to his employees.

It'll be cheaper for him to take a 350 dollar hit per employee including himself and wife. Which wouldn't be an issue except she's never worked there. But the state government told him she always has. Meanwhile the employees will go forth and get Obama care.
False economy... it might be a tiny bit cheaper in the short term, but in terms of running a good long term business paying a few bucks a month per employee will pay back in spades. If he only had the sense.


You've been trolled.  Firms with fewer than 50 employees are not subject to the employer mandate.
 
2012-12-28 09:42:06 PM

vernonFL: [encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 230x219]
Do you see that? Its a modern reflector on an Amish buggy. The Amish did not want to put modern reflectors on their buggies, but the law says they have to.


I've heard the Amish treat their animals very poorly; like machines rather than living creatures.
 
2012-12-28 09:43:35 PM
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let the free market decide whether or not people will patronize businesses, especially restaurants, who prefer sick employees hacking up their disgusting low-skilled germs on our food/goods
 
2012-12-28 09:44:39 PM

Omahawg: [img15.imageshack.us image 418x237]

let the free market decide whether or not people will patronize businesses, especially restaurants, who prefer sick employees hacking up their disgusting low-skilled germs on our food/goods


We tried that. Didn't work. That's why we fixed it over 100 years ago.
 
2012-12-28 09:44:44 PM

dr_blasto: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: Thrag: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.

He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.

Touché.... even a blind squirrel....

How about the FDA? Or OSHA? Or the EPA? Or the FAA?

Silly rabbit, corporations can be trusted to regulate themselves and totes work on the honor system.


What could possibly go wrong?
 
2012-12-28 09:45:46 PM

Spartacus Outlaw: vernonFL: [encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 230x219]
Do you see that? Its a modern reflector on an Amish buggy. The Amish did not want to put modern reflectors on their buggies, but the law says they have to.

I've heard the Amish treat their animals very poorly; like machines rather than living creatures.


i4.ytimg.com

Ye know too much!
 
2012-12-28 09:47:19 PM
Saw a few adds by these people. Thought they were little odd. Now makes sense.
 
2012-12-28 09:47:38 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Omahawg: [img15.imageshack.us image 418x237]

let the free market decide whether or not people will patronize businesses, especially restaurants, who prefer sick employees hacking up their disgusting low-skilled germs on our food/goods

We tried that. Didn't work. That's why we fixed it over 100 years ago.


100 years ago? I had to either show up at mcdonald's sick in 1991 or find my own replacement. Same with a nursing home in 1994 and the most disgusting Perkin's ever in 1995. Yes, I'll do your scheduling for minimum wage while I'm running a fever with the chills. yes, yes I will

/easier to show up to work and spread the love like special sauce on a big mac
 
2012-12-28 09:50:35 PM

pxlboy: dr_blasto: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: Thrag: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: cameroncrazy1984: CreampuffCasperMilktoast: The Democrats take control of the House (and Senate) in 2007, and coincidentally in 2007 the USPS operated at a loss for the first time in over 5 years..... but this is somehow the Republicans fault?

Um, because the new regs were put in  prior to 2007? Oh gee, that was so hard to figure out.

....and those regs would be what exactly? The point is that Government, regardless of whether the "r's" or "d's" are running the show, is not conducive to a profitable environment.... not even a "break even" environment. With only a few exceptions (wars, moon landing), nothing they do is successful. Any successes they have had is at some colossal financial loss anyway.

He said, on the internet, without feeling even the slightest twinge of irony.

Touché.... even a blind squirrel....

How about the FDA? Or OSHA? Or the EPA? Or the FAA?

Silly rabbit, corporations can be trusted to regulate themselves and totes work on the honor system.

What could possibly go wrong?


To Warren, like rabbits do.  *)
 
2012-12-28 10:00:12 PM

dr_blasto: You mean, why didn't we implement Obamacare sooner? Because that's exactly what you post is implying. Those things you long for? In there. Cross-state markets, echanges, allow for competitive services. Wellness and preventative medicine? Now required.


No, Obamacare links the employer to the individual. and mandates what should be covered. As a healthy 28 year old who doesn't smoke and runs and needs a plan with a high deductible that covers catastrophic illnesses, I'm lumped into the same plan as the guy who works down the hall who carries an oxygen machine around with him because he smoked for 40 years. - just because we work for the same company who purchases the same policy. Granted, i still get good coverage but my employer WAY overpays for my healthcare.

Thanks to the high income tax rates of the 50's, employers had to lump extra untaxed benefits into compensation packages. I want for employers to be able to return healthcare costs to their employees and allow employees to purchase their own plans based on what is best for them. I'm sure that there are insurance companies out there who will see a benefit to offering contraceptive coverage to their employees and will build such coverage into healthcare plans. Then it really isn't really any employer's business what an employee does with their private health decisions so long as they show up to work on time and do their job.
 
2012-12-28 10:02:13 PM

o5iiawah: As a healthy 28 year old who doesn't smoke and runs and needs a plan with a high deductible that covers catastrophic illnesses


Yeah, because you'll ALWAYS be healthy.
 
2012-12-28 10:02:52 PM

cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.


I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.
 
2012-12-28 10:05:42 PM

TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.


butthurt*
 
2012-12-28 10:09:10 PM

TanHamster: I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off


So? A private company isn't a religious entity either.
 
2012-12-28 10:09:54 PM

TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*


Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.
 
2012-12-28 10:15:08 PM

dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.


This was better in yer head.
 
2012-12-28 10:20:58 PM

Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.


No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.
 
2012-12-28 10:22:28 PM

dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.

No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.


To airstrip?

*)
 
2012-12-28 10:26:57 PM

Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.

No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.

To airstrip?

*)


See, now you're on the same page as me.
 
2012-12-28 10:28:12 PM
So they looked Fartbongo square in the eye and said "Suck my fat one, you cheap, dime-store hood".

Well done Hobby Lobby 'ers.
 
2012-12-28 10:45:56 PM

dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.

No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.

To airstrip?

*)

See, now you're on the same page as me.


Apologies.
 
2012-12-28 10:48:42 PM

Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.

No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.

To airstrip?

*)

See, now you're on the same page as me.

Apologies.


Fret not, the name alone is worth at least some corporate shares man, you're covered.
 
2012-12-28 10:57:27 PM

dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: Indubitably: dr_blasto: TanHamster: TanHamster: cameroncrazy1984: TanHamster: ZeroCorpse: The Greens should shove some Chic-Fil-A up their asses and STFU.

Honestly, I'm sick of these fundies who own corporations thinking they can act like their business is a branch of their church. It's not, and your employees are not your congregation.

Honestly, screw these people.

I'm sick of douchebags like you taking shots at people who actually employ other people. You sound like a student.

Oh god yes, we should treat job creators like gods because otherwise they might not rain employment like mana from heaven.

I could understand all of the butthutt, if Hobby Lobby were a publically-traded company. But it's privately held, so fark off.

butthurt*

Butthutt.

I just got an idea for a new business: topless mini golf. You'd go around the little golf area and topless chick would fetch the balls, serve drinks and on top of some of the sillier mini-golf things, you'd have topless dancers. It would be called the ButtHutt.

This was better in yer head.

No no no. Still good.

Wanna get really rich? Strip club chain in airport concourses.

To airstrip?

*)

See, now you're on the same page as me.

Apologies.

Fret not, the name alone is worth at least some corporate shares man, you're covered.


I am?
 
2012-12-28 11:00:40 PM
o5iiawah (farkied: Right-wing wharrgarbler with a wharrgarbl name): The My Little Pony Killer: Maybe they should become a church if they want to have church rules.

Or maybe they should be a private company, one of those places where you can choose on your own whether or not to shop there or work there.


This applies, it seems, to companies run by Bible thumpers, but not to companies with union contracts in states without a Right to Freeload on the UnionWork law.
 
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