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2013-04-01 09:08:58 AM  
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vladimpaler: Because now if you say anything that does not support gays one hundred percent, you are insulted, vilified and treated with the utmost contempt. The attacks on anyone who doesn't agree with or approve of homosexuality/homosexuals has driven them into the closet (to coin a phrase).


Those poor, oppressed bigots.
2013-04-01 09:02:09 AM  
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Frederick: Interesting the comments.
 
It used to be (IMO) the comments on gay issues were almost 50/50 pro/con.  But now it is decidedly more pro (as in support for gays).  Assuming this to be true; what accounts for the change?

 
 
Because now if you say anything that does not support gays one hundred percent, you are insulted, vilified and treated with the utmost contempt.  The attacks on anyone who doesn't agree with or approve of homosexuality/homosexuals has driven them into the closet (to coin a phrase).
2013-04-01 08:26:18 AM  
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This is one of the many reasons I like Kluwe:
 
Question: Dear Commissioner. I was curious about what you thought on the role of traumatic injury in the NFL, and the dichotomy between making the game safer versus giving the fans the hard hits and satiated bloodlust they so clearly desire. It seems to me that a lot of the popularity of the game boils down to the fact that there is that risk of injury, so I guess what I'm essentially asking is how are you going to balance that going forward without people feeling like you're never going to give them up, or never going to let them down?
2013-04-01 04:20:00 PM  
1 votes:
 wonder how Yiffers manage to hide their sexuality from their parents?
2013-04-01 10:14:00 AM  
1 votes:

vladimpaler: INeedAName: vladimpaler: Frederick: Interesting the comments.
 
It used to be (IMO) the comments on gay issues were almost 50/50 pro/con.  But now it is decidedly more pro (as in support for gays).  Assuming this to be true; what accounts for the change?
 
 
Because now if you say anything that does not support gays one hundred percent, you are insulted, vilified and treated with the utmost contempt.  The attacks on anyone who doesn't agree with or approve of homosexuality/homosexuals has driven them into the closet (to coin a phrase).
 
But it's still cool to make fun of black people, jews, 'tards, heebs, wetbacks, etc. Right? It's such a pain when human decency rears it's ugly head.

 
Did I say that?  Did I give my opinion anywhere?  A question was asked, I provided an answer.  Your ridiculous, over- the-top response to my answer is a prime example of the attacks I mentioned, so thanks for that.
 
Yeah, but anyway, what's it like to lack basic human decency?  Does it bother you people that just a few years ago your kind were in the majority, and now you can only find likeminded people at cross burnings, seal clubbings, and Young Republican gatherings?
2013-04-01 09:57:41 AM  
1 votes:

INeedAName: But it's still cool to make fun of black people, jews, 'tards, heebs, wetbacks, etc. Right?


You can either make fun of Jews or Heebs. Not both.
2013-04-01 09:13:05 AM  
1 votes:

CheatCommando: babysealclubber: This is one of the many reasons I like Kluwe:
 
Question: Dear Commissioner. I was curious about what you thought on the role of traumatic injury in the NFL, and the dichotomy between making the game safer versus giving the fans the hard hits and satiated bloodlust they so clearly desire. It seems to me that a lot of the popularity of the game boils down to the fact that there is that risk of injury, so I guess what I'm essentially asking is how are you going to balance that going forward without people feeling like you're never going to give them up, or never going to let them down?

Ok, that is pure unadulterated win right there. Wonder how I missed it when it first came out.


Yeah. His reply was pretty good after Goodell actually answered the question and missed the joke.
 
"Fair enough. I have a follow up question then. When a football is sailing through the air, whether it be a punt or a field goal, does it sound more like "wooooooosh"? Or is it a shorter flight and thus more like "whoosh"? "
 
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