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2014-01-22 04:39:36 PM

Marcus Aurelius: DrPainMD: Jim Crow laws were brought to us by the progressives

That's level 10 trolling right there.


i192.photobucket.com

Amateur.
 
2014-01-22 04:41:21 PM

mistrmind: ciberido: mistrmind: Last time I checked, when you order a sandwich at Chik-fil-a, they didn't ask you about your sexual orientation, they just served you a chicken sandwich.  in a nutshell, you have your panties in a bunch because the founder has an opinion about marriage and it doesn't fit into your definition of marriage.

No, the original issue with Chik-Fil-A wasn't just Cathy's personal opinions.  It was where the money from Chik-Fil-A's sales were going: specifically, every sandwich purchased meant money going to WinShape, an umbrella organization for numerous groups opposed to gay rights in the USA.  Also at one time Chik-Fil-A was contributing to efforts to pass a bill in Uganda to make homosexuality a capital crime.

Now, that may no longer be the case: later news reports indicate Chik-Fil-A has cut ties with some of those organizations and backed down on some of their anti-gay rhetoric.  But at the time, there was a very clear financial connection between Chik-Fil-A  and efforts to have gay people executed for homosexuality, among other things.

Also, there were, and probably still are, other issues with Chik-Fil-A such as firing employees for not being Christian (or for being female).  But let's just stick to the efforts to kill gay people, shall we?

You should know this before mouthing off: it makes you look either dishonest or stupid to ignore such pertinent facts.

Local Chick-fil-a has servers who are female (surprise surprise) and, get this, they don't ask if you are a homosexual before serving your a chicken sandwich, which would signify that perhaps they don't really care who you are, just as long as you are buying a chicken sandwich.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it.


Ok, you're not being dishonest.  You really ARE this stupid.
 
2014-01-22 04:45:17 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: mistrmind: There is a different between voting with your wallet and collectively seeking out to destroy a business.   Two things the LBGTs like to do.

OMG, the stupid it burns.

FTFA: This isn't the first time Walder has spoken out against same-sex marriage. In 2011, Todd and Mark Wathen reportedly filed a civil rights complaint against Walder's business after he refused to host a ceremony for their civil union. As Joe. My. God. pointed out, the resolution of that complaint is still pending.

Jim Walder, owner of the TimberCreek Bed & Breakfast near Paxton, Ill., told the Post-Gazette that he will not permit LGBT couples to tie the knot at his venue even though same-sex marriage will be legally recognized in the state come June.

It was the B&B owner that went to the press.


Worse/better:
He did this AFTER spamming the gay couple at home with Bible verses asking that they repent their sins to avoid HELL.
 
2014-01-22 04:49:09 PM

ciberido: mistrmind: ciberido: mistrmind: Last time I checked, when you order a sandwich at Chik-fil-a, they didn't ask you about your sexual orientation, they just served you a chicken sandwich.  in a nutshell, you have your panties in a bunch because the founder has an opinion about marriage and it doesn't fit into your definition of marriage.

No, the original issue with Chik-Fil-A wasn't just Cathy's personal opinions.  It was where the money from Chik-Fil-A's sales were going: specifically, every sandwich purchased meant money going to WinShape, an umbrella organization for numerous groups opposed to gay rights in the USA.  Also at one time Chik-Fil-A was contributing to efforts to pass a bill in Uganda to make homosexuality a capital crime.

Now, that may no longer be the case: later news reports indicate Chik-Fil-A has cut ties with some of those organizations and backed down on some of their anti-gay rhetoric.  But at the time, there was a very clear financial connection between Chik-Fil-A  and efforts to have gay people executed for homosexuality, among other things.

Also, there were, and probably still are, other issues with Chik-Fil-A such as firing employees for not being Christian (or for being female).  But let's just stick to the efforts to kill gay people, shall we?

You should know this before mouthing off: it makes you look either dishonest or stupid to ignore such pertinent facts.

Local Chick-fil-a has servers who are female (surprise surprise) and, get this, they don't ask if you are a homosexual before serving your a chicken sandwich, which would signify that perhaps they don't really care who you are, just as long as you are buying a chicken sandwich.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

Ok, you're not being dishonest.  You really ARE this stupid.


You're so dense, you have your own gravity.
 
2014-01-22 04:50:38 PM

Satanic_Hamster: tinfoil-hat maggie: mistrmind: There is a different between voting with your wallet and collectively seeking out to destroy a business.   Two things the LBGTs like to do.

OMG, the stupid it burns.

FTFA: This isn't the first time Walder has spoken out against same-sex marriage. In 2011, Todd and Mark Wathen reportedly filed a civil rights complaint against Walder's business after he refused to host a ceremony for their civil union. As Joe. My. God. pointed out, the resolution of that complaint is still pending.

Jim Walder, owner of the TimberCreek Bed & Breakfast near Paxton, Ill., told the Post-Gazette that he will not permit LGBT couples to tie the knot at his venue even though same-sex marriage will be legally recognized in the state come June.

It was the B&B owner that went to the press.

Worse/better:
He did this AFTER spamming the gay couple at home with Bible verses asking that they repent their sins to avoid HELL.


Yep but somehow it's the couple that are being AW's in all this.Sure...
 
2014-01-22 05:02:41 PM

Egoy3k: InterruptingQuirk: ciberido: THE GREAT NAME: Yes, because libs won't be happy until we're all teh gay.


Yes.  It's part of our sinister plan to fight global warming by turning everyone gay and thus causing the human population to dwindle.  But shhh!  Don't tell anyone!  It's a secret.

/ Came for the impotent homophobic poutrage, and I can see this thread is going to deliver.

// People at the grocery store are starting to wonder why I'm buying so much popcorn.

Would you like to see where some of this paranoia started?

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What's your point?  Just because an idea comes up in brainstorming and is recorded doesn't mean that the next person to speak didn't say "That's stupid and barbaric."


I thought the of combating overpopulation via induced homosexuality came from The Forever War in 1974.  That's where I got it from, anyway.  I think in another Fark thread someone pointed out an earlier book that also had it as a plot element, but I can't remember which book.
 
2014-01-22 05:11:19 PM

justtray: You need to stay in school, specifically civics class. Your right to free religion does not give you the right to deny others their rights.

This is literally elementary civics. The fact that you do not understand it only highlights your lack of education.


^^^
Found the bigot.
 
2014-01-22 05:17:07 PM

gerrymander: justtray: You need to stay in school, specifically civics class. Your right to free religion does not give you the right to deny others their rights.

This is literally elementary civics. The fact that you do not understand it only highlights your lack of education.

^^^
Found the bigot.


You got me. I have an irrational hatred of stupid people. I just can't help but let ignorance and bad logic go unchecked. But I get by, one day at a time.
 
2014-01-22 06:10:17 PM
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2014-01-22 06:49:28 PM

theknuckler_33: DrPainMD: Gay marriage: because everybody has the right to freedom of associationequal protection under the law.

Anti-discrimination laws: because people don't have the right to freedom of associationequal protection under the law.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Townshend: "meet the new boss, same as the old boss."

Bigots still have the freedom to associate and spew their bigotry under the first amendment. But in the process of doing so, they cannot infringe on the right of others to equal protection. It's pretty simple.


No, if discrimination is illegal, people aren't free to associate. And sorry, but anti-discrimination laws do not get their authority from the equal protection clause, which only applies to the government (read it); they get their authority from the interstate commerce clause.
 
2014-01-22 06:50:45 PM

give me doughnuts: DrPainMD: Jim Crow laws were brought to us by the progressives

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Wat?


Ummm... does this come as a shock to you? That's right, you can thank the progressive movement for Jim Crow laws.
 
2014-01-22 06:54:16 PM

DeaH: DrPainMD: Gay marriage: because everybody has the right to freedom of association.

Anti-discrimination laws: because people don't have the right to freedom of association.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Townshend: "meet the new boss, same as the old boss."

Is this B&B a private club? If so, then it has the right to limit who it lets in under the law. A club is a lot like a private home. Your free to invite or not invite anyone you want. Is the B&B open to the public? Well, that's a different story.


It is private property. Obviously, it's not open to the public, if certain people are not allowed. The owner has the right to allow or not allow anybody he/she wants; whether or not it's a private club is irrelevant. It's private property.

That is, unless, you think there should be a gag order on the gay couple that would take away their free speech. Is that what your saying? People should not be allowed to talk about the way a business treats them or take legal action that is available to them? Well, it sure looks like the only one want to infringe on freedom is you.

Now you're just babbling.
 
2014-01-22 07:03:17 PM

justtray: DrPainMD: Gay marriage: because everybody has the right to freedom of association.

Anti-discrimination laws: because people don't have the right to freedom of association.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Townshend: "meet the new boss, same as the old boss."

God you're dumb. Didn't someone just yesterday already correct you on your false understanding of freedom of association? And you're already back today repeating the same lies as if it's groundhogs day and you can't remember being corrected.

Plonk.


There's really not that much to understand. Freedom of association is a very simple concept: your relations with others are none of the government's business. End of story. And, just because a member of the derp squad disagrees with me, it doesn't mean that I've been "corrected."
 
2014-01-22 07:05:41 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: justtray: DrPainMD: Gay marriage: because everybody has the right to freedom of association.

Anti-discrimination laws: because people don't have the right to freedom of association.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Townshend: "meet the new boss, same as the old boss."

God you're dumb. Didn't someone just yesterday already correct you on your false understanding of freedom of association? And you're already back today repeating the same lies as if it's groundhogs day and you can't remember being corrected.

Plonk.

One trick ponies. Just can't accept that some states have passed laws that say a public business can't discriminate against people they find icky.

violate the basic human right to freedom of association.

FTFY

And I get it. I understand that most people don't want rights and don't want freedom. I get it.
 
2014-01-22 07:07:23 PM

DrPainMD: DeaH: DrPainMD: Gay marriage: because everybody has the right to freedom of association.

Anti-discrimination laws: because people don't have the right to freedom of association.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Townshend: "meet the new boss, same as the old boss."

Is this B&B a private club? If so, then it has the right to limit who it lets in under the law. A club is a lot like a private home. Your free to invite or not invite anyone you want. Is the B&B open to the public? Well, that's a different story.

It is private property. Obviously, it's not open to the public, if certain people are not allowed. The owner has the right to allow or not allow anybody he/she wants; whether or not it's a private club is irrelevant. It's private property.

That is, unless, you think there should be a gag order on the gay couple that would take away their free speech. Is that what your saying? People should not be allowed to talk about the way a business treats them or take legal action that is available to them? Well, it sure looks like the only one want to infringe on freedom is you.

Now you're just babbling.


Really, your trying to say that privately owned Walmart isn't opened to the public? Restaurants are often privately owned, yet these, too, are opened to the public. A B&B is open to the public. That is the nature of the business it does. You seem to have a hard time understanding business, markets, and, well, everything.

But it is cute the way you try to label accurate extrapolations of your misunderstanding as babble. It still won't work as cover for your trying to infringe on people's First Amendment rights or their access to legal recourse. But, hey, cute counts for something. Yes, it does! It weally, weally does!
 
2014-01-22 07:49:21 PM

DrPainMD: And I get it. I understand that most people don't want rights and don't want freedom. I get it.


Oh, bless your heart. I know you were born special and your mama and daddy raised you just as best as they could.
 
2014-01-22 09:37:13 PM

Theaetetus: joness0154: Or just allow the general public to put a place like that out of business by voting with their wallets.

Of course, I'm not a fan of too much government involvement in things they don't need to be involved in, and that's where my viewpoint comes from.

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They can just vote with their wallets! By, y'know, moving to a completely different city/state/country.


Those signs arent all the same level of discrimination.  Some are businesses and some are government.
 
2014-01-22 09:39:19 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: DrPainMD: And I get it. I understand that most people don't want rights and don't want freedom. I get it.

Oh, bless your heart. I know you were born special and your mama and daddy raised you just as best as they could.


Perhaps he should use a doll to show us where the bad meanies touched him?

I get it. Some people are uncomfortable knowing that someone has a different life they do. It eats them up inside, that some folks just don't want to live their life, because they're happy with their own, thus, EVERYONE should be. It never occurs to them, that life doesn't come in a single size, a single color, a single style, and that others may choose differently than they makes them question if their own lives are equal. And when comparing lives, they like to play the upmanship game, of MY life is obviously better than YOURS. If folks are happy with their different lives, then they can't gloat. So they come up with bullsh*t to make comparisons to. Because they NEED to compare lives. Their own is only made valid if they can be better than someone else. And if folks aren't playing that game, or worse, are living different lives, that have the quantitative differences like income level, job satisfaction AND their sex lives are different too, it makes folks mighty uncomfy, because then they feel that mebbe they've erred somewhere along the way.

It is a sort of sad way to live. Sad, because they're so worried about what other people are doing, that they miss out on stuff right under their noses.

I liken it to my lunchbreaks. Most of the guys catch a break, they have a smoke, they get a bite, and they noodle around on their phones for a bit. I tend to take my lunch at the park. I go, sit outside, and just decompress. Sometimes I just take a moment to notice the stuff around me, and get lost in it for a few. Like watching the anthills under the bench. It's calming just to slow down and sit, and just be. No noise. No rushing around. Stop and just be in nature for a few, before heading back in to see the waitstaff do their impression of five year olds melting down. My boss asked what I found so interesting at the park, and I told him, "I was watching some ants try to haul off a piece of someone's sandwich."

"For twenty minutes?" He asked.

"Yeah."

"That's just weird." And he shook his head.

Not everyone is going to do the same stuff, and worrying about what others do, that doesn't hurt anyone, or involve anyone they know is sort of sad. Because it means that folks are focusing on everything else, than the little moments. Between folks that they care about. Yes, it pisses me off when folks stick their noses where it doesn't belong, but it also makes me sad for them, because they're missing out on their own lives...
 
2014-01-22 09:50:54 PM

hubiestubert: tinfoil-hat maggie: DrPainMD: And I get it. I understand that most people don't want rights and don't want freedom. I get it.

Oh, bless your heart. I know you were born special and your mama and daddy raised you just as best as they could.

Perhaps he should use a doll to show us where the bad meanies touched him?

I get it. Some people are uncomfortable knowing that someone has a different life they do. It eats them up inside, that some folks just don't want to live their life, because they're happy with their own, thus, EVERYONE should be. It never occurs to them, that life doesn't come in a single size, a single color, a single style, and that others may choose differently than they makes them question if their own lives are equal. And when comparing lives, they like to play the upmanship game, of MY life is obviously better than YOURS. If folks are happy with their different lives, then they can't gloat. So they come up with bullsh*t to make comparisons to. Because they NEED to compare lives. Their own is only made valid if they can be better than someone else. And if folks aren't playing that game, or worse, are living different lives, that have the quantitative differences like income level, job satisfaction AND their sex lives are different too, it makes folks mighty uncomfy, because then they feel that mebbe they've erred somewhere along the way.

It is a sort of sad way to live. Sad, because they're so worried about what other people are doing, that they miss out on stuff right under their noses.

I liken it to my lunchbreaks. Most of the guys catch a break, they have a smoke, they get a bite, and they noodle around on their phones for a bit. I tend to take my lunch at the park. I go, sit outside, and just decompress. Sometimes I just take a moment to notice the stuff around me, and get lost in it for a few. Like watching the anthills under the bench. It's calming just to slow down and sit, and just be. No noise. No rushing around. Stop and just be in natu ...

 
2014-01-22 10:05:34 PM

hubiestubert: It is a sort of sad way to live. Sad, because they're so worried about what other people are doing, that they miss out on stuff right under their noses.

I liken it to my lunchbreaks. Most of the guys catch a break, they have a smoke, they get a bite, and they noodle around on their phones for a bit. I tend to take my lunch at the park. I go, sit outside, and just decompress. Sometimes I just take a moment to notice the stuff around me, and get lost in it for a few. Like watching the anthills under the bench. It's calming just to slow down and sit, and just be. No noise. No rushing around. Stop and just be in nature for a few, before heading back in to see the waitstaff do their impression of five year olds melting down. My boss asked what I found so interesting at the park, and I told him, "I was watching some ants try to haul off a piece of someone's sandwich."


Well I meant to add some of my own comments on that whoops. Yea I try not to worry about what others are doing unless it affects me, others or is so breaking a law.

The lunch break thing sorta works, lots of people made fun of me for taking a quick nap or reading ( I so could have hooked up with my bar manager when she found me reading Tolstoy). Everyone's different, but some people really feel the need to be restrictive on the rights of others. Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.
 
2014-01-22 10:32:53 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.


I really think this is what it comes down to most of the time. People want to have all kinds of crazy sex and they think they can't so they hate on those who can.
 
2014-01-22 10:54:59 PM

Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.

I really think this is what it comes down to most of the time. People want to have all kinds of crazy sex and they think they can't so they hate on those who can.


You really are proof I can misjudged a farker so much or you've mellowed, either way cool.
 
2014-01-22 11:03:46 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.

I really think this is what it comes down to most of the time. People want to have all kinds of crazy sex and they think they can't so they hate on those who can.

You really are proof I can misjudged a farker so much or you've mellowed, either way cool.


I've had a few ups and downs in my life since joining fark (bodily injury, a near-divorce) and my mood has taken on full pendulum swings in short periods at times. I don't know how you had me pegged before--anti-feminist, probably? It all has to do with how much crazy sex I'm having at the time, and right now that's on an upswing. Life is good. But I've always been gay friendly so I hope you don't mean I mellowed on that issue.
 
2014-01-22 11:16:28 PM

Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.

I really think this is what it comes down to most of the time. People want to have all kinds of crazy sex and they think they can't so they hate on those who can.

You really are proof I can misjudged a farker so much or you've mellowed, either way cool.

I've had a few ups and downs in my life since joining fark (bodily injury, a near-divorce) and my mood has taken on full pendulum swings in short periods at times. I don't know how you had me pegged before--anti-feminist, probably? It all has to do with how much crazy sex I'm having at the time, and right now that's on an upswing. Life is good. But I've always been gay friendly so I hope you don't mean I mellowed on that issue.


Truthfully I don't keep that thorough of farkies so no clue what set me off, Ihad some stuff that I was wondering about in the mish mash but well...
 
2014-01-22 11:38:02 PM
Oh. Some stuff you were wondering about in the mish mash. Now I get it.
 
2014-01-23 01:47:09 AM
I'd feel a lot better if we could just fast-forward to the time when we are required by law to suck each others' dicks and felch, fist and bugger one another.  This liberty and freedom of choice is downright disconcerting.
 
2014-01-23 01:55:43 AM

reubendaley: I'd feel a lot better if we could just fast-forward to the time when we are required by law to suck each others' dicks and felch, fist and bugger one another.


I know, right? My kids' kids are gonna have a grand old time.

/jealous
 
2014-01-23 08:49:26 AM
So, let us know how this all works out for you, Mr Walder.
 
2014-01-23 11:33:24 AM

Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie: Of course often (cough, wide stance) they are rights they also restricting it from themselves to some extent.

I really think this is what it comes down to most of the time. People want to have all kinds of crazy sex and they think they can't so they hate on those who can.

You really are proof I can misjudged a farker so much or you've mellowed, either way cool.

I've had a few ups and downs in my life since joining fark (bodily injury, a near-divorce) and my mood has taken on full pendulum swings in short periods at times. I don't know how you had me pegged before--anti-feminist, probably? It all has to do with how much crazy sex I'm having at the time, and right now that's on an upswing. Life is good. But I've always been gay friendly so I hope you don't mean I mellowed on that issue.


If you really want to know, I had you pegged as "friendly and gay-positive but defensive/touchy and anti-feminist", yes.

I understand you may have meant that question for Maggie rather than me, so feel free to ignore this if you don't want my opinion.
 
2014-01-23 11:42:05 AM
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2014-01-23 12:24:12 PM

R.A.Danny: [img.fark.net image 434x71]


And now, of course, I have to favorite myself as that.
 
2014-01-23 12:40:46 PM
I think we all have to come in for a big group hug.
 
2014-01-23 12:44:22 PM

gerrymander: justtray: It's actually very simple. Discriminating against a protected class makes you a bigot. Not tolerating bigots does not make someone a bigot.

By that definition, everyone who complains about this B&B owner's assertion of religious rights is a bigot. Religion is the first protected class established in the US. It happened, literally, in the first clause in the First Amendment.


I don't object to him having his relgion...  I object to him forcing his religion on everyone else, and making participation in his religious dogma a precondition of doing business. I further object to him getting tax breaks as a business of public accommodation when he does not operate as such.
 
2014-01-23 12:57:03 PM

InterruptingQuirk: xria: InterruptingQuirk: flup: He's gonna learn the lesson ChickFilA learned. Their business has dwindled to nearly nothing since they publicly adopted their anti-gay stance.

I had to look into such a grand claim. According to Forbes, Dan Cathy went from #89 in 2012 on the Forbes 400 to #68 in 2013. I don't want to get into that whole mess. But I don't think that if his business had "dwindled to nearly nothing", as you say, he would have jumped 21 spots on the Forbes 400.

Try not to replace reality with your wishes.

I was assuming he was being sarcastic...

I need a slashie to know.


I wasn't being sarcastic. Forbes magazine is wrong. Chick-Fil-A restaurants are closing left and right, when you go into one they are never crowded, and Dan Cathy is bankrupt.

You can't believe everything you read, I'm afraid.
 
2014-01-23 12:59:38 PM

flup: Dan Cathy is bankrupt.


Citation please?
 
2014-01-23 01:17:03 PM
R.A.Danny: flup: Dan Cathy is bankrupt.

Citation please?


I got nothing:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dan+cathy+bankrupt
 
2014-01-23 02:16:50 PM

InterruptingQuirk: flup: He's gonna learn the lesson ChickFilA learned. Their business has dwindled to nearly nothing since they publicly adopted their anti-gay stance.

I had to look into such a grand claim. According to Forbes, Dan Cathy went from #89 in 2012 on the Forbes 400 to #68 in 2013. I don't want to get into that whole mess. But I don't think that if his business had "dwindled to nearly nothing", as you say, he would have jumped 21 spots on the Forbes 400.

Try not to replace reality with your wishes.



www.action-intell.com
 
2014-01-23 02:27:47 PM

InterruptingQuirk: R.A.Danny: flup: Dan Cathy is bankrupt.

Citation please?

I got nothing:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dan+cathy+bankrupt


First two: Ctrl + F "bankr" No results. Wanna try again?
 
2014-01-23 05:31:14 PM

ciberido: I had you pegged


Really? Giggity.

It's times like these I'm sorry I'm a blackout drunk.
 
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