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2013-05-30 01:53:50 PM
Now that's some quality trolling.
 
2013-05-30 02:13:27 PM
So, he has gay customers that come in almost every week?

/......probably not anymore.....
 
2013-05-30 02:23:13 PM
I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech".
 
2013-05-30 02:36:27 PM

UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech".


They lie to themselves as effectively as they lie about everything else, that's how.
 
2013-05-30 02:40:08 PM
How about erotic cakes?

www.seriessub.com
 
2013-05-30 02:56:53 PM

nmrsnr: How about erotic cakes?

[www.seriessub.com image 384x288]


Godammitsomuch.

I was watching live storm chasers.  Then clicked back to the greenlit section and thought..."hey, erotic cakes, how about them."  Scrolled down to make sure and BAM, there you are.

/very tiny fist of sexy cake rage.
 
2013-05-30 03:08:20 PM

UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech"



Hate sells, especially when it is either deep fried or covered in icing.
 
2013-05-30 03:12:16 PM

nmrsnr: How about erotic cakes?

[www.seriessub.com image 384x288]


Anything baked by Patrick Stewart is automatically erotic.
 
2013-05-30 03:14:06 PM

Aarontology: Now that's some quality trolling.


I laughed pretty hard when I read the Willamette Week article last night. The non kosher bbq part was my favorite.
 
2013-05-30 03:14:21 PM
UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

It is quite simple you see, they know that their beliefs are against their religion, but they also know that they can use religion to justify their hate. It is quite common and call being a Christian Conservative.
 
2013-05-30 03:17:30 PM

UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.
 
2013-05-30 03:19:01 PM

ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.


Like how I feel about conservatives.
 
2013-05-30 03:19:44 PM
Cake shops are generally douches. Had one call my wife late Friday with a question. When she called back Saturday an automated message said that they were there all weekend but don't answer the phone nor check messages on the weekend. So she had to drive there to answer their question... Self important douches..
 
2013-05-30 03:19:48 PM
Does anybody have any idea what branch of Christianity believes homosexuality is a sin but human cloning, divorce, unwed women having kids, and celebrating non-Christian holidays with Satanic symbols are all A-OK?
 
2013-05-30 03:21:37 PM
Its a free country.
 
2013-05-30 03:23:15 PM

ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.


It's one of life's biggest intellectual disnhonesties. Basically, it means you can love the barest idea of what people are in your head; you can love the concept of me as a person, in that as long as you know very little about me, you can maintain a certain default level of respect. You only love people to the extent that you can pretend they are no different than you.

These Chrazy Christers who hold to that notion expose themselves, frankly, as somewhat sociopathic.
 
2013-05-30 03:26:32 PM
Easy there Mary, I reserve the right.
 
2013-05-30 03:28:17 PM

ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.


No it's not.  It's really not.  That is a cover story, and I've yet to meet someone who makes that claim and means it.  It's about judging people.  And judging people.  Also judging people.
 
2013-05-30 03:28:33 PM

UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


That's the beauty of the bible. It's possible to hold two contradictory positions at the same time because you can always cherry-pick conflicting scripture that will support both stances.
 
2013-05-30 03:28:37 PM
The article linked on the side of this one, about why the Mormon church is supporting gays in the Boy Scouts, is an even better read.
 
2013-05-30 03:29:37 PM
Someone against gay marriage is a stupid hypocritical asshole?  THE SHOCK.
 
2013-05-30 03:29:49 PM

ikanreed: ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.

No it's not.  It's really not.  That is a cover story, and I've yet to meet someone who makes that claim and means it.  It's about judging people.  And judging people.  Also judging people.


Sometimes it's about repressing your own terrifying homosexuality that you have totally failed to deal with.
 
2013-05-30 03:33:27 PM

Citrate1007: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

It is quite simple you see, they know that their beliefs are against their religion, but they also know that they can use religion to justify their hate. It is quite common and call called being a Christian Conservative.


At least use the proper words if you're going to try to troll people. Otherwise people might think your an idiot.
 
2013-05-30 03:35:04 PM
I don't see the problem here.  Waaaah, this person won't bake my gay cake.   Just go somewhere else where they would want the business and shut up about it.  Poor you!
 
2013-05-30 03:37:43 PM

Tigger: ikanreed: ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.

No it's not.  It's really not.  That is a cover story, and I've yet to meet someone who makes that claim and means it.  It's about judging people.  And judging people.  Also judging people.

Sometimes it's about repressing your own terrifying homosexuality that you have totally failed to deal with.


I really don't like it when my kids misbehave (e.g., fighting with each other, coloring on the ways, or breaking toys on purpose).  That doesn't mean I dislike THEM.  So, I think it's possible to hold those beliefs simultaneous.  Does this apply to most people and their beliefs regarding gays?  Probably not.  So you're right in that regard.
 
2013-05-30 03:38:44 PM

ramblinwreck: Tigger: ikanreed: ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.

No it's not.  It's really not.  That is a cover story, and I've yet to meet someone who makes that claim and means it.  It's about judging people.  And judging people.  Also judging people.

Sometimes it's about repressing your own terrifying homosexuality that you have totally failed to deal with.

I really don't like it when my kids misbehave (e.g., fighting with each other, coloring on the ways walls, or breaking toys on purpose).  That doesn't mean I dislike THEM.  So, I think it's possible to hold those beliefs simultaneous.  Does this apply to most people and their beliefs regarding gays?  Probably not.  So you're right in that regard.


FTFM

/man, I need a nap
 
2013-05-30 03:43:00 PM

nmrsnr: How about erotic cakes?


I have this really weird semi-boner right now. Can Sir Patrick bake me a cake to deal with that...?
 
2013-05-30 03:44:06 PM
It's ok to hate teh ghey and fat people.

Jesus said so.
 
2013-05-30 03:46:21 PM

Hermione_Granger: It's ok to hate teh ghey and fat people.

Jesus said so.


Ya gotta admit it's rarely the same person.
 
2013-05-30 03:48:14 PM
So two cakes can't marry if they're the same sex?
 
2013-05-30 03:48:24 PM

Serious Black: Does anybody have any idea what branch of Christianity believes homosexuality is a sin but human cloning, divorce, unwed women having kids, and celebrating non-Christian holidays with Satanic symbols are all A-OK?


Let me help you out here.

All of them! If you suck the D!ck you loose the kingdom
 
2013-05-30 03:49:38 PM

Aarontology: Now that's some quality trolling.


I wonder if they'd make dead baby cakes, and cakes for octomom, and cakes for Hitler, and cakes for evolution?

/so many cake ideas, so little time
 
2013-05-30 03:50:38 PM
I'm going ot order a red velvet abortion cake to celibrate 18 years of not paying child support.
 
2013-05-30 03:51:04 PM
1. If a baker refused to provide a cake to a gay person, that is discrimination.
2.  If an artist refuses to go under contract to create something he's uncomfortable with, then I believe he has that right.

Somewhere in the middle of those two concepts is this wedding cake guy.  I don't know where I stand with this.  However, HuffPo should know better then to give this guy all of this free advertising.
 
2013-05-30 03:51:20 PM
So basically, "gays are icky".
 
2013-05-30 03:51:39 PM

cannotsuggestaname: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech"


Hate sells, especially when it is either deep fried or covered in icing.


true words never sounded so delicious

/i mean hateful
 
2013-05-30 03:56:51 PM

UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech".


I'd love to see what Chik-Fil-A's overall numbers look like since then. They had a few days of booming sales, thanks to the "we hate gays 'cause Jesus" crowd, but there are a certain number of people who will also never eat there again.

There's got to be some sort of statistically significant sales change. Wonder which way it went, and for how much.
 
2013-05-30 03:59:42 PM
They draw the line at 'GAY bastard clones divorcing on a pagan solstice' cakes.

/now I want cake
//forbidden cake
///tastes like sin
 
2013-05-30 04:02:04 PM

Gonz: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech".

I'd love to see what Chik-Fil-A's overall numbers look like since then. They had a few days of booming sales, thanks to the "we hate gays 'cause Jesus" crowd, but there are a certain number of people who will also never eat there again.

There's got to be some sort of statistically significant sales change. Wonder which way it went, and for how much.


I went there this morning because their Chicken Biscuit is fantastic.....and I am apathetic about their stance.  They have always been very upfront about being a religious based food chain.  I don't agree with them on this issue, but I won't boycott it either.
 
2013-05-30 04:02:24 PM

Gonz: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.


"Oddly, Sweet Cakes reportedly saw a boom in business after the news got out about Klein's refusal to serve the lesbian couple..."

Oddly?  Do you remember the lines at Chick-fil-a when it came out that they hate f**s?

/Oh yeah...that was because they were supporting "free speech".

I'd love to see what Chik-Fil-A's overall numbers look like since then. They had a few days of booming sales, thanks to the "we hate gays 'cause Jesus" crowd, but there are a certain number of people who will also never eat there again.

There's got to be some sort of statistically significant sales change. Wonder which way it went, and for how much.


i would wager that after that initial surge, sales dropped enough to notice

/if they didn't after the hate folk got tired of eating out (there's a joke in there somewhere) they either got too poor to buy more or had a heart attack
 
2013-05-30 04:03:10 PM

mistrmind: I don't see the problem here.  Waaaah, this person won't bake my gay cake.   Just go somewhere else where they would want the business and shut up about it.  Poor you!


The problem is that it's illegal for a business to refuse service based on sexual orientation. As such, they should be prosecuted or sued as the law specifies.
 
2013-05-30 04:05:08 PM

ramblinwreck: Tigger: ikanreed: ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.

No it's not.  It's really not.  That is a cover story, and I've yet to meet someone who makes that claim and means it.  It's about judging people.  And judging people.  Also judging people.

Sometimes it's about repressing your own terrifying homosexuality that you have totally failed to deal with.

I really don't like it when my kids misbehave (e.g., fighting with each other, coloring on the ways, or breaking toys on purpose).  That doesn't mean I dislike THEM.  So, I think it's possible to hold those beliefs simultaneous.  Does this apply to most people and their beliefs regarding gays?  Probably not.  So you're right in that regard.


It is PRECISELY the fact that you love your kids that allows you to see past the behavior. If you can't see past the behavio, as homophobic bigot sacks of shiat can't, then by definition you don't love the person.
 
2013-05-30 04:07:15 PM

tuna fingers: 1. If a baker refused to provide a cake to a gay person, that is discrimination.
2.  If an artist refuses to go under contract to create something he's uncomfortable with, then I believe he has that right.

Somewhere in the middle of those two concepts is this wedding cake guy.  I don't know where I stand with this.  However, HuffPo should know better then to give this guy all of this free advertising.


If the cake was supposed to be a pair of vaginas mashing together, or a guy balls deep in another guy, you'd have a point. But be realistic. It's a wedding cake.
 
2013-05-30 04:07:18 PM

ramblinwreck: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

My guess would be that hating the behavior is different than hating the person.


I've never bought that line. It's not how human psychology works.

"Oh, sure, that guy is a total degenerate and I hate that he's a degenerate but I don't hate  him."

Yeah, right.
 
2013-05-30 04:09:10 PM

LavenderWolf: tuna fingers: 1. If a baker refused to provide a cake to a gay person, that is discrimination.
2.  If an artist refuses to go under contract to create something he's uncomfortable with, then I believe he has that right.

Somewhere in the middle of those two concepts is this wedding cake guy.  I don't know where I stand with this.  However, HuffPo should know better then to give this guy all of this free advertising.

If the cake was supposed to be a pair of vaginas mashing together, or a guy balls deep in another guy, you'd have a point. But be realistic. It's a wedding cake.


Critically it's a wedding cake that would look a lot like all the other wedding cakes they had made in the past. These pictures would immediately demolish that defence.
 
2013-05-30 04:11:01 PM

LavenderWolf: tuna fingers: 1. If a baker refused to provide a cake to a gay person, that is discrimination.
2.  If an artist refuses to go under contract to create something he's uncomfortable with, then I believe he has that right.

Somewhere in the middle of those two concepts is this wedding cake guy.  I don't know where I stand with this.  However, HuffPo should know better then to give this guy all of this free advertising.

If the cake was supposed to be a pair of vaginas mashing together, or a guy balls deep in another guy, you'd have a point. But be realistic. It's a wedding cake.


Fair enough.  There's no excuse for this guy.  HuffPo should still know better than to give this guy all of this publicity.
 
2013-05-30 04:14:00 PM

LavenderWolf: The problem is that it's illegal for a business to refuse service based on sexual orientation. As such, they should be prosecuted or sued as the law specifies.

mistrmind

  is a troll. The Oregon DA is doing exactly that.
 
2013-05-30 04:25:05 PM

ronaprhys: Citrate1007: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

It is quite simple you see, they know that their beliefs are against their religion, but they also know that they can use religion to justify their hate. It is quite common and call called being a Christian Conservative.

At least use the proper words if you're going to try to troll people. Otherwise people might think your an idiot.


Ahem.
 
2013-05-30 04:27:52 PM

puckrock2000: ronaprhys: Citrate1007: UberDave: I've always wondered how you "don't hate gay people" but think of them as an abomination at the same time.

It is quite simple you see, they know that their beliefs are against their religion, but they also know that they can use religion to justify their hate. It is quite common and call called being a Christian Conservative.

At least use the proper words if you're going to try to troll people. Otherwise people might think your an idiot.

Ahem.


1 hour.  Rotsky.
 
2013-05-30 04:28:14 PM
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