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2014-02-07 04:14:22 PM  

Mattyb710: I do not believe there should be laws that control what an individual does with their privately owned property, except in cases of public health and safety.


Discrimination damages the health and safety of a community.  The effects may not be immediate, but they can be severe, even lethal.
 
2014-02-07 04:14:37 PM  

FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?


To answer your question, yes. To answer your question correctly, imagine I am taking an exasperated sigh and rolling my eyes as I say yes.
 
2014-02-07 04:14:44 PM  
give me doughnuts:


What's the criteria? Is it geography? Is it historical? What sets your dividing lines?

If you want to go with the strictly geographical, then you'll have to use the geopraphical center of the contiguous US. That puts almost all of Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California in the southern half of the country, as well as all of Arizona and New Mexico.
If you want historical (meaning the Confederacy), then your own map is incorrect as it includes Missouri and Kentucky (neither of which seceded), and does include West Virginia (which only came into being by their refusal to go along with secession).

Incidentally, the center of the contiguous states in only six minutes of latitude north of the Mason-Dixon line.


I live in GA and don't feel OK is Southern at all.  Let's just call that whole strip "the plains".  Give East Texas to the South and West Texas to the West.  South Florida goes to the Caribbean.

Missouri gets nothing because nobody likes Missouri.
 
2014-02-07 04:15:05 PM  
Do they have big salads?
 
2014-02-07 04:15:14 PM  

Bloody William: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

To answer your question, yes. To answer your question correctly, imagine I am taking an exasperated sigh and rolling my eyes as I say yes.


Welcome to Fark.
 
2014-02-07 04:15:30 PM  

FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?


Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".
 
2014-02-07 04:15:34 PM  

Clever Neologism: Dancin_In_Anson: Bloody William: In fact, I'm repeating what I said... to you, that you ignored and continue to ignore for the sake of your bullshiat argument that preventing discrimination based on certain groups is the same as preventing any discretion on accepting customers on the part of a business.

So great. Now blacks can eat at the lunch counter at Woolworths. Why in Buddha, Allah, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, trees, mushrooms, and Isadora Duncan's name would they even want to at that point? Why would YOU? You have changed nothing about the people involved, you have not changed any minds or hearts. But now everyone can give Woolworth their money and Woolworth will begrudgingly take it. I think you and I have the same goal in mind just a different view of how to accomplish it.

Your right, you do have a different view and the same goals.

Here's the difference between the two:  you argue it shouldn't be necessary from ideals, and he demonstrates it is factually necessary from history.  Why should anyone trust your idealism over empirical fact?



Because freedom?
 
2014-02-07 04:15:40 PM  
What if a veteren who lost limbs in a war came in, would he refuse to serve them then?
/ fark this guy.
 
2014-02-07 04:15:51 PM  

I Like Shiny Things: Do they have big salads?


I think so, but you can't get them tossed.
 
2014-02-07 04:16:03 PM  

free_xenu: [cps-static.rovicorp.com image 500x498]

Would be disappointed he couldn't this fine establishment.


Came for this.  Leaving this troll convention naked, bloody and covered in poo.
 
2014-02-07 04:16:06 PM  

Bontesla: Dancin_In_Anson: Bloody William: In fact, I'm repeating what I said... to you, that you ignored and continue to ignore for the sake of your bullshiat argument that preventing discrimination based on certain groups is the same as preventing any discretion on accepting customers on the part of a business.

So great. Now blacks can eat at the lunch counter at Woolworths. Why in Buddha, Allah, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, trees, mushrooms, and Isadora Duncan's name would they even want to at that point? Why would YOU? You have changed nothing about the people involved, you have not changed any minds or hearts. But now everyone can give Woolworth their money and Woolworth will begrudgingly take it. I think you and I have the same goal in mind just a different view of how to accomplish it.

Historically, discrimination like this limited access in the political process.

It also limited your ability to network which leads to things like employment.

There's also the argument that we shouldn't tolerate this absurdity because it's wrong.


Sometimes there's an advantage to allowing the shiatbags like this to publicly fly their hate. It emboldens others who might otherwise hide their bullshiat.

I do think, though, it's better to just deal with them when they pop up. Society is under no obligation to allow business like this to exist, let alone prosper. It reflects poorly on everyone and contributes to decay.
 
2014-02-07 04:16:45 PM  
Well it's their right to refuse service to anyone they choose, an my right to not go there despite not falling into any of the forbidden categories.

I bet they've served a lot more gays and freaks than they realize though.
 
2014-02-07 04:17:33 PM  
Oklahoma restaurant won't serve 'freaks,' 'f*ggots,' the disabled and welfare recipients. . .


That's okay -- they're probably all tough & gamey anyway.
 
2014-02-07 04:17:47 PM  

James10952001: Well it's their right to refuse service to anyone they choose, an my right to not go there despite not falling into any of the forbidden categories.

I bet they've served a lot more gays and freaks than they realize though.


But you can't openly say " no crippled, n*ggers, or f*ggots"
 
Ant
2014-02-07 04:18:02 PM  

Cat Food Sandwiches: FlashHarry: he doesn't like "f*ggots, n*ggers, cripples and democrats." i'm guessing his CPAC invitation is on its way.

what a vile, subhuman piece of shiat. i really hope he dies a slow death from ass cancer.

So, your hate for him is somehow more acceptable than his hate for others?


Yes. Intolerance of intolerance is tolerated.
 
2014-02-07 04:18:43 PM  

InterruptingQuirk: What about the disproportionately large Native American population compared to other deep South states, second only to Alaska in percentage of Native American residents?


An unique feature of the state, don't get me wrong, but it doesn't really change the dominant cultural trend (pentacostal redneck-and-proud in sprawling burbs). Voting, religion, and cultural touchstones... it's part of the ever-growing South.  If you want to argue that Oklahoma is distinct from any other state because of its Native population (or that OK, SD, and AK are a 'region' because they share that), fine.
 
2014-02-07 04:19:57 PM  

skybreaker: Good for them.


1/10 minimal effort, no originality.  Sad, frankly.
 
2014-02-07 04:20:23 PM  

James!: Gosh, Oklahoma must be a nice place to never visit ever.


A good friend of mine is from there. He's said Oklahoma is a great place to be *from*. I've also heard that it looks the nicest in your rearview mirror.

I'm sure there are some nice parts, but it's never been real high on my list of places to go.
 
2014-02-07 04:20:27 PM  

give me doughnuts: suburbanguy: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: And people wonder why the South is ridiculed.


When did Oklahoma become part of "the South"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_United_States

From that article:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 566x365]

[upload.wikimedia.org image 566x365]

I'm pretty sure the guy in the article would enjoy living in the past as well.

You do realize that the Confederacy didn't annex any states after the Civil War?

You cling to your definition of "the South", Kentucky, Times change and Oklahoma is now a southern state.

Call it that all you want, it's still a Western state.

[img.fark.net image 350x230]

No, it's not.


What's the criteria? Is it geography? Is it historical? What sets your dividing lines?

If you want to go with the strictly geographical, then you'll have to use the geopraphical center of the contiguous US. That puts almost all of Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California in the southern half of the country, as well as all of Arizona and New Mexico.
If you want historical (meaning the Confederacy), then your own map is incorrect as it includes Missouri and Kentucky (neither of which seceded), and does include West Virginia (which only came into being by their refusal to go along with secession).

Incidentally, the center of the contiguous states in only six minutes of latitude north of the Mason-Dixon line.


Objection overruled!  You opened the Wikipedia door yourself, counselor.

Bane of Boone showed you a map of what was generally considered the south.  (From Wikipedia)  You tried (unsuccessfully) to quote that same article for support of your theory.  (If you RTFCaption of the picture you posted, Oklahoma is considered southern because it was in the confederacy.  It's not shaded in that picture because it was a territory as opposed to a state.)  You argued it was a western state.  According to Wikipedia, it's not.
 
2014-02-07 04:20:42 PM  

Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".


I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.
 
2014-02-07 04:20:53 PM  

Theaetetus: give me doughnuts: thisisyourbrainonFark: Who washes the dishes?

His son/nephew.

Which, coincidentally, is the same person.


I LOL'd.
 
2014-02-07 04:21:01 PM  

Ant: Cat Food Sandwiches: FlashHarry: he doesn't like "f*ggots, n*ggers, cripples and democrats." i'm guessing his CPAC invitation is on its way.

what a vile, subhuman piece of shiat. i really hope he dies a slow death from ass cancer.

So, your hate for him is somehow more acceptable than his hate for others?

Yes. Intolerance of intolerance is tolerated.


He already responded to that.  Quite well, in fact:

i hate him for the content of his character, not for the color of his skin.

so in a word, "yes."
 
2014-02-07 04:21:55 PM  

PanicMan: Mattyb710: I do not believe there should be laws that control what an individual does with their privately owned property, except in cases of public health and safety.

Discrimination damages the health and safety of a community.  The effects may not be immediate, but they can be severe, even lethal.


So does being an asshole, but how do you outlaw that?

You can't legislate morality.
 
2014-02-07 04:22:07 PM  

teenytinycornteeth: Dancin_In_Anson: HotWingConspiracy: Problems are made for correcting.

So you're the self appointed "fix other people's problems" guy eh? Good to know your house is 100% squared away.


So, in your eyes, one has to be absolutely perfect before helping to solve the problems of others?  Nothing can be worked on concurrently?


The disconnect here is the difference between "I have a problem, please help me with it" and "You have a problem, and I'm going to help you with it whether you see it as a problem or not".
 
2014-02-07 04:22:13 PM  
sendtodave:
I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Sweet.  I'm culturally imperial.  Keep the compliments coming, bro.
 
2014-02-07 04:22:26 PM  

sendtodave: Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".

I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.


Soeday, you need to come out of your head and meet some real people.
 
2014-02-07 04:22:34 PM  

James10952001: PanicMan: Mattyb710: I do not believe there should be laws that control what an individual does with their privately owned property, except in cases of public health and safety.

Discrimination damages the health and safety of a community.  The effects may not be immediate, but they can be severe, even lethal.

So does being an asshole, but how do you outlaw that?

You can't legislate morality.



But you can penalize bigots for discrimination.
 
2014-02-07 04:23:23 PM  

jso2897: sendtodave: Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".

I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.

Soeday, you need to come out of your head and meet some real people.


Screw that, I have to deal with real people every day!
 
2014-02-07 04:23:28 PM  

James10952001: PanicMan: Mattyb710: I do not believe there should be laws that control what an individual does with their privately owned property, except in cases of public health and safety.

Discrimination damages the health and safety of a community.  The effects may not be immediate, but they can be severe, even lethal.

So does being an asshole, but how do you outlaw that?

You can't legislate morality.


No, but you can legislate how businesses work and make sure they cannot deny customers for the color of their skin or country of origin. And we did that in 1964, and through various states in the last 60 years we've been doing that with sexual orientation and other characteristics.
 
2014-02-07 04:23:35 PM  

Forbidden Doughnut: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: And people wonder why the South is ridiculed.


When did Oklahoma become part of "the South"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_United_States

From that article:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 566x365]

but you also have this:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 572x371]

(map of the "Bible Belt")

/ speculation: many Oklahomans are probably descended from people who came from the South....


So what's next, brainiac?  We're all black people now?
 
2014-02-07 04:23:50 PM  

Calmamity: Well, that's his business model, and he's stayed in business for 44 years so... Oklahoma?


Normally I defend it as their right to ban whoever they choose but this guy sounds like a complete prick so fark him.
 
2014-02-07 04:23:54 PM  

James10952001: James!: Gosh, Oklahoma must be a nice place to never visit ever.

A good friend of mine is from there. He's said Oklahoma is a great place to be *from*. I've also heard that it looks the nicest in your rearview mirror.

I'm sure there are some nice parts, but it's never been real high on my list of places to go.


I've driven across it a few times.  If there are nice parts, I have yet to encounter them.

/ have a particular hatred for the Oklahoma City toll booths -- exact change only, every few miles.  You need to carry rolls of coins to drive through legally -- having sufficient cash is not enough.  Thankfully nothing seems to happen if you simply drive through the toll booth (except for a bell ringing, but there didn't appear to be any camera or other meaningful enforcement).  If I were going to get a ticket, it would have come months ago.
 
2014-02-07 04:24:06 PM  

Lawnchair: InterruptingQuirk: What about the disproportionately large Native American population compared to other deep South states, second only to Alaska in percentage of Native American residents?

An unique feature of the state, don't get me wrong, but it doesn't really change the dominant cultural trend (pentacostal redneck-and-proud in sprawling burbs). Voting, religion, and cultural touchstones... it's part of the ever-growing South.  If you want to argue that Oklahoma is distinct from any other state because of its Native population (or that OK, SD, and AK are a 'region' because they share that), fine.


Actually, the Pentecostals account for the lowest number of Christian adherents in Oklahoma: The state's largest church memberships are in the Southern Baptist Convention with 886,394 members, the United Methodist Church, with 282,347 members, the Roman Catholic Church, with 17,430, and the Assemblies of God, with 85,926.
 
2014-02-07 04:24:09 PM  
About the last thing I would want to do is eat next to a cripple. Although, the cripple bath rooms are better than those real people have to use
 
2014-02-07 04:24:14 PM  

Rapmaster2000: sendtodave:
I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Sweet.  I'm culturally imperial.  Keep the compliments coming, bro.


See?  It's so easy.
 
2014-02-07 04:24:32 PM  

teenytinycornteeth: Dancin_In_Anson: HotWingConspiracy: Problems are made for correcting.

So you're the self appointed "fix other people's problems" guy eh? Good to know your house is 100% squared away.


So, in your eyes, one has to be absolutely perfect before helping to solve the problems of others?  Nothing can be worked on concurrently?


No, he's just too cowardly to admit he approves of the guy's policy.
 
2014-02-07 04:25:12 PM  

trappedspirit: So what's next, brainiac? We're all black people now?


In the dark, yes.
 
2014-02-07 04:25:23 PM  

soupafi: James10952001: Well it's their right to refuse service to anyone they choose, an my right to not go there despite not falling into any of the forbidden categories.

I bet they've served a lot more gays and freaks than they realize though.

But you can't openly say " no crippled, n*ggers, or f*ggots"


Why can't you? Is that not covered by the 1st amendment? That's not to say the community shouldn't call him out on it, but it shouldn't be against the law.
 
2014-02-07 04:25:32 PM  

sendtodave: jso2897: sendtodave: Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".

I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.

Soeday, you need to come out of your head and meet some real people.

Screw that, I have to deal with real people every day!


Well, I realize that they are a lot harder to win arguments with than the imaginary folks in your head. Real people are actually more fun to argue with than imaginary constructs of what you erroneously suppose a "liberal" to be, though - so you're really just cheating yourself.
 
2014-02-07 04:26:24 PM  

steamingpile: Calmamity: Well, that's his business model, and he's stayed in business for 44 years so... Oklahoma?

Normally I defend it as their right to ban whoever they choose but this guy sounds like a complete prick so fark him.


Good idea, since theres no such right.
 
2014-02-07 04:26:26 PM  

elkraf: About the last thing I would want to do is eat next to a cripple.


static4.wikia.nocookie.net

/ Cheryl?  Is that you?
 
2014-02-07 04:26:30 PM  
Anyhoo, is "racism shouldn't exist" an absolute?

If so, does that only apply to the within the US?
 
2014-02-07 04:26:44 PM  

sendtodave: Rapmaster2000: sendtodave:
I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Sweet.  I'm culturally imperial.  Keep the compliments coming, bro.

See?  It's so easy.


I'm also physically imperial.  Been really bulking up on the creatine.  I'm about to blow this thread and blast my quads.
 
2014-02-07 04:26:55 PM  

James10952001: Why can't you? Is that not covered by the 1st amendment? That's not to say the community shouldn't call him out on it, but it shouldn't be against the law.


Since it's how a business owner runs a public accommodation, no, it is not covered by the 1st amendments.

soupafi misspoke. You can openly say "no crippled, n*ggers, or f*ggots," but you can't say "no crippled, n*ggers, or f*ggots will be served in this publicly open dining establishment or other place of business."
 
2014-02-07 04:27:04 PM  

James10952001: PanicMan: Mattyb710: I do not believe there should be laws that control what an individual does with their privately owned property, except in cases of public health and safety.

Discrimination damages the health and safety of a community.  The effects may not be immediate, but they can be severe, even lethal.

So does being an asshole, but how do you outlaw that?

You can't legislate morality.


"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." - John Adams
 
2014-02-07 04:27:09 PM  

Magorn: Apparently he's not up on recent developments in the law, like say the public accomodation clause of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.   And I can just see him trying to claim he's not REALLy a racist in court and the opposing attorney producing "The restaurant's official t-shirt"  "{which} makes it clear that a "f*ggot" isn't welcome in James's establishment. It features that word, the N-word, and threatens violence against Muslims, Democrats, and members of many minority groups. "


 I almost want to see that shirt now, and a picture of someone who thinks wearing it would be a good idea


Please explain how womans only gysm avoid the public accomidation clause of the Civil Rights act.  If a gym can restrict its patrons based on gender then a business can restrict its patrons based on anything.
 
2014-02-07 04:27:31 PM  

jso2897: sendtodave: jso2897: sendtodave: Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".

I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.

Soeday, you need to come out of your head and meet some real people.

Screw that, I have to deal with real people every day!

Well, I realize that they are a lot harder to win arguments with than the imaginary folks in your head. Real people are actually more fun to argue with than imaginary constructs of what you erroneously suppose a "liberal" to be, though - so you're really just cheating yourself.


Real people are only fun with I'm drinking.

Arguments are about the same.
 
2014-02-07 04:28:15 PM  

sendtodave: jso2897: sendtodave: jso2897: sendtodave: Kiwimann: FlashHarry: how the fark is this thread nearly 400 comments long? is there actually some debate as to whether or not this racist piece of filth has the right to deny service to people based on their skin color or sexual orientation?

Lol, I came in here wondering the same thing.  I think they're now discussing whether or not Oklahoma is part of "The South".

I'm arguing that fark progressives do seem to think that everyone else should progress to their enlightened way of thinking ("racists are filth!" Everyone knows that!"), and how that really is a form of cultural imperialism.

Because I'm very, very bored, and fark progressives are easily offended.

Soeday, you need to come out of your head and meet some real people.

Screw that, I have to deal with real people every day!

Well, I realize that they are a lot harder to win arguments with than the imaginary folks in your head. Real people are actually more fun to argue with than imaginary constructs of what you erroneously suppose a "liberal" to be, though - so you're really just cheating yourself.

Real people are only fun with I'm drinking.

Arguments are about the same.


Fair enough - carry on.
 
2014-02-07 04:28:26 PM  

Baloo Uriza: Lawnchair: give me doughnuts: When did Oklahoma become part of "the South"?

I have a hard time really considering it anything else.  Culturally, it's  deep South, imho.

Have you even been to Oklahoma?


If someone from from southeast oklahoma, like Idabel, self-identifies as being Southern, I guess I wouldn't be too surprised.  Most other places in OK, it might raise an eyebrow.
 
2014-02-07 04:28:40 PM  

suburbanguy: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: give me doughnuts: Bane of Broone: And people wonder why the South is ridiculed.


When did Oklahoma become part of "the South"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_United_States

From that article:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 566x365]

[upload.wikimedia.org image 566x365]

I'm pretty sure the guy in the article would enjoy living in the past as well.

You do realize that the Confederacy didn't annex any states after the Civil War?

You cling to your definition of "the South", Kentucky, Times change and Oklahoma is now a southern state.

Call it that all you want, it's still a Western state.

[img.fark.net image 350x230]

No, it's not.


South, West, what the fark do you guys care?  Anything south or west of the Christie end of the GW Bridge is Banjo Country as far as you're concerned.  Admit it.

dialectblog.com
 
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