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2014-02-26 07:29:33 PM
Ooo, I can start keeping my eyes peeled for a cute mother of the one of the grooms frock!
 
2014-02-26 07:34:05 PM

mercator_psi: Hopefully Jan Brewer will look at this and think, "Well, okay, I guess I'll veto it."

Oh, who am I kidding? I used the words "Jan Brewer" and "think" in the same sentence.


The break room at work today was set to ESPN and Sports Center was on, and they actually said that officials from the NFL and NBA have both stated that they're watching Brewer's decision on this carefully.  Maybe the threat of lost revenue like when the NFL moved the Super Bowl out of Arizona over its failure to recognize MLK Jr day, which the state lost millions of dollars over, will push her to veto.
 
2014-02-26 07:35:06 PM

KAVORKA: I thought steers and queers was Oklahoma.


I may be late to the thread and someone probably beat me to it but, guess again.

biffbampop.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-02-26 07:35:32 PM

Epic Fap Session: cchris_39: but it is a prophetic certainty that Christians will be forced to set aside their faith.

What the fark does 'prophetic certainty' mean?


It appears to mean that according to their own holy book, Christian business owners are (or should be) aware that operating a public business may necessitate putting their personal agenda second behind the needs/goals of the business and yet they chose to go into business anyway. Which means we should be done here.

I suspect that's not even close to what cchris_39 was implying in his quest for gold in the mental gymnastics, though.
 
2014-02-26 07:35:42 PM

Baloo Uriza: ScaryBottles: Alright I've found the comment thread. If I'm not back within the hour tell my wife I love her very much.

She knows!


www.wearysloth.com
 
2014-02-26 07:42:54 PM

UNC_Samurai: Soon, you phony "libertarian" wankstains! Soon, Amendment One will be in the dustbin of history.

/it pissed me off to NO GODDAMN END how many so-called libertarians, independents, moderates, and "fiscally conservative but socially liberal" people bought into that bullshiat
//NC was supposed to be making real progress, too


The issue drove me to writing a letter to the editor of the Winston-Salem Journal. You know, having a law on the books establishing marriage as between a man and a woman is one thing. Going and tacking on an additional redundant voter-instituted constitutional amendment is blatant discrimination and an obvious ploy to making overturning that much more difficult. Small government my ass.
 
2014-02-26 07:43:39 PM

Maud Dib: mayIFark: Michigan next. It sucks that we'll have to follow TX on something.

[sports-kings.com image 800x512]

U mad, bro?


haha, so awesome

you could have also gone with
img.bleacherreport.net

get it?  Houston sucks
 
2014-02-26 07:44:15 PM
Attention Evangelicals:

For the most part, you are the persecutors, not the persecutees.

That is all.
 
2014-02-26 07:44:47 PM

Farking Canuck: When are these people going to learn that their religious hate is not constitutionally sound??


That is only part of the point.  Religious hate is fundamentally immoral.
 
2014-02-26 07:47:32 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: CountryClubRepublican: Procreation is the primary purpose of marriage, but it is not a testable requirement. Since it is impossible for homosexuals to procreate, there is no purpose for them marrying. All the other reasons for marrying like inheritance, etc., can be handled legally outside of marriage.

And, since it is impossible for homosexuals to procreate, or have the potential for procreation, they are not equal to heterosexuals in marriage.

Wow, infertile couples must hate your ignorant ass.


Every time i see or hear the 'primary purpose of marriage is procreation' rant, my blood boils.  Wife and I tried for 7 years for children.  7.farking.years. Thousands of dollars.  A miscarriage.  A hope, a prayer.  A 'what the hell did we do?'  The 'Why us?' The hurt and jealously when we saw friends and family having kids by not even trying.  We knew we wanted children well before we were married.  The words are getting stuck.

To hear 'there isn't any reason to be married because you can't have children' crap just needs to stop.

At least we're lucky enough the children who did end up in our care, ended up being our adopted children, are so much like us when we were their age.   They may not look like us, but they sure as hell act like we did.  At least we were already prepared and used to disappointment for the 4 year fight through the foster system.  And let me tell you, I've met more than a few same sex couples who were foster/adoptive parents.  It seems, for most, if you can't pump out a crotch fruit, you fight damn hard for the non biological kids who end up as yours.
 
2014-02-26 07:48:10 PM
Really? Over 400 posts and not one mention of Beers, Steers and Queers (by the Revolting Cocks, aka Revco)?

/First thing I thought of when I read the headline
 
2014-02-26 07:48:32 PM
I'll give you guys 3 guesses at the general consensus over there and you can forget the first two.
 
2014-02-26 07:53:45 PM

jtown: rockforever: Rick Perry blows his stack in 3...2...1...

Omit unnecessary words.


You omitted too much.
 
2014-02-26 07:56:27 PM
Nobody cares, only a couple politicians up for reelection in an old fart district.
 
2014-02-26 08:01:23 PM

Petey4335: PC LOAD LETTER: CountryClubRepublican: Procreation is the primary purpose of marriage, but it is not a testable requirement. Since it is impossible for homosexuals to procreate, there is no purpose for them marrying. All the other reasons for marrying like inheritance, etc., can be handled legally outside of marriage.

And, since it is impossible for homosexuals to procreate, or have the potential for procreation, they are not equal to heterosexuals in marriage.

Wow, infertile couples must hate your ignorant ass.

Every time i see or hear the 'primary purpose of marriage is procreation' rant, my blood boils.  Wife and I tried for 7 years for children.  7.farking.years. Thousands of dollars.  A miscarriage.  A hope, a prayer.  A 'what the hell did we do?'  The 'Why us?' The hurt and jealously when we saw friends and family having kids by not even trying.  We knew we wanted children well before we were married.  The words are getting stuck.

To hear 'there isn't any reason to be married because you can't have children' crap just needs to stop.


No, no, no, you are looking at this all wrong! I love when Churchians hit me with the line that marriage is for procreation, because that's when I get to slap them down so hard their great-great-great grandchildren will still have bruises. "Oh, so if marriage is for procreation only then there's no actual reason for me to marry my boyfriend? Awesome!" When they sputter and have a conniption about how that's living in sin and immoral, I simply come back with, "but you just said that the entire purpose of marriage is procreation. I'm barren. I cannot procreate... or 'go forth and multiply', therefore even considering marriage--which, according to you, is for the express purpose of procreation--is a sin. Either marriage is specifically for procreation or it isn't, and if it isn't--which the Bible doesn't say anywhere that it is--then you need to sit down and shut up."

Yes, I have been thrown out of a few churches. But it's totally been worth it.
 
2014-02-26 08:05:29 PM

Baloo Uriza: meat0918: I kinda bummed me out when I realized she is careful to say "Her partner" in mixed company, but calls her partner "Her wife" when with friends.  I hope she feels comfortable to say "Her wife" all the time soon.

Knowing Oregon, this will probably be the case  after gay marriage is a thing there.  It's the only place I ever lived where I can think of where 15+% unemployment is the norm, and the police won't take a report if you get broken into or have your car stolen if you don't live in  only the richest neighborhoods; get pulled over 3+ times a week for driving while redskin, or subject to physical violence by total strangers for holding hands with my boyfriend on the MAX.  Worse, I didn't realize this isn't how the rest of the world works until I moved to the reservation on the outskirts of Tulsa after some friends chipped in together to buy me a plane ticket out of shiathole Oregon.  Vast improvement in my mental and physical wellbeing.


It's gotten better, sort of.

We still have a white supremacist homophobe problem in some parts, but the unemployment rate is not 15%.

The provincial attitude is rapidly dying, something I've noticed since moving here about 10 years ago.
 
2014-02-26 08:08:04 PM

WraithSama: mercator_psi: Hopefully Jan Brewer will look at this and think, "Well, okay, I guess I'll veto it."

Oh, who am I kidding? I used the words "Jan Brewer" and "think" in the same sentence.

The break room at work today was set to ESPN and Sports Center was on, and they actually said that officials from the NFL and NBA have both stated that they're watching Brewer's decision on this carefully.  Maybe the threat of lost revenue like when the NFL moved the Super Bowl out of Arizona over its failure to recognize MLK Jr day, which the state lost millions of dollars over, will push her to veto.


$he ju$t vetoed for obviou$ rea$on$
 
2014-02-26 08:10:33 PM

ScaryBottles: Alright I've found the comment thread. If I'm not back within the hour tell my wife I love her very much.


Ground Control to Major Bottles
Your circuit's dead, there's something wrong
Can you hear me, Major Bottles?
Can you hear me, Major Bottles?
Can you hear me, Major Bottles?
 
2014-02-26 08:17:15 PM

gunther_bumpass: Do the violently castrated have no rights in your world?


They can't get married in the Catholic Church.
 
2014-02-26 08:25:10 PM

Trik: to all those still replying to me

If it was my wedding, I wouldn't force a religious fundamentalist who despises and hates me, my SO, friends and family, to attend and perform at my wedding

The fundie pops a fuse and the potential for disaster just isn't worth the chance to gloat and rub someone's nose in my lifestyle

and it's just wrong to force people to act against their beliefs
even if you don't agree with those beliefs


I know this might be hard for you to wrap your head around....but a private event is somewhat different from a public business.

//heheh I said "head"
 
2014-02-26 08:29:09 PM

Urbn: Really? Over 400 posts and not one mention of Beers, Steers and Queers (by the Revolting Cocks, aka Revco)?

/First thing I thought of when I read the headline


Mine was too subtle? :-(
 
2014-02-26 08:30:46 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.


Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....
 
2014-02-26 08:40:14 PM
'It is not the role of the federal government to overturn the will of our citizens.' - Rick Perry

i236.photobucket.com

'Go Fark Yourself' - Abe Lincoln
 
2014-02-26 08:41:23 PM

Tresser: TFMR


now thats something i havent seen for over 7 years ...
 
2014-02-26 08:45:53 PM
Just so everyone knows Brewer vetoed that shait sandwich in the AZ legislature about half an hour ago. Man its a raw day to be a sisterfarker.
 
2014-02-26 08:58:01 PM

tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.

Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....


Mags, it was a derailment from this:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Tenga: It's pending appeal, so don't start sucking each others dicks yet.

Wait.
No: They can do that thanks to another Texass case.
This one is about marriage, which the Supreme Court has called a fundamental, basic civil right over and over.


See? I started out on the right track.
 
2014-02-26 08:59:54 PM

meat0918: It's gotten better, sort of.

We still have a white supremacist homophobe problem in some parts, but the unemployment rate is not 15%.


You're right.  It's actually 19.6%.  Check your U6 rate, that's the real unemployment rate.

The provincial attitude is rapidly dying, something I've noticed since moving here about 10 years ago.

That's funny, I grew up in Portland and left in 2011.  It got a farkTON worse in that time.
 
2014-02-26 09:03:36 PM

Urbn: Really? Over 400 posts and not one mention of Beers, Steers and Queers (by the Revolting Cocks, aka Revco)?

/First thing I thought of when I read the headline


Counted 3 so far.

/same
 
2014-02-26 09:05:17 PM

Baloo Uriza: meat0918: It's gotten better, sort of.

We still have a white supremacist homophobe problem in some parts, but the unemployment rate is not 15%.

You're right.  It's actually 19.6%.  Check your U6 rate, that's the real unemployment rate.

The provincial attitude is rapidly dying, something I've noticed since moving here about 10 years ago.

That's funny, I grew up in Portland and left in 2011.  It got a farkTON worse in that time.


I'm in Eugene.  It's gotten better here.  Maybe our problems moved up to Portland?
 
2014-02-26 09:07:03 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.

Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....

Mags, it was a derailment from this:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Tenga: It's pending appeal, so don't start sucking each others dicks yet.

Wait.
No: They can do that thanks to another Texass case.
This one is about marriage, which the Supreme Court has called a fundamental, basic civil right over and over.

See? I started out on the right track.


Er, THIS was your Boobies in this thread:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Hobodeluxe: lets just get this to the SCOTUS and get it over with already.

No, thank you.
They just drove the final nail in Amendment IV's coffin.


So you weren't railed to begin with.
 
2014-02-26 09:08:05 PM

meat0918: Baloo Uriza: meat0918: It's gotten better, sort of.

We still have a white supremacist homophobe problem in some parts, but the unemployment rate is not 15%.

You're right.  It's actually 19.6%.  Check your U6 rate, that's the real unemployment rate.

The provincial attitude is rapidly dying, something I've noticed since moving here about 10 years ago.

That's funny, I grew up in Portland and left in 2011.  It got a farkTON worse in that time.

I'm in Eugene.  It's gotten better here.  Maybe our problems moved up to Portland?


The real unemployment rate is also not the U6.  It includes people working, i.e. not unemployed.  How people consider it the "Real" one is sad and amusing.
 
2014-02-26 09:17:22 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.

Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....

Mags, it was a derailment from this:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Tenga: It's pending appeal, so don't start sucking each others dicks yet.

Wait.
No: They can do that thanks to another Texass case.
This one is about marriage, which the Supreme Court has called a fundamental, basic civil right over and over.

See? I started out on the right track.


Well, alright but you said you're piece and let it go.

This is about a really big Southern state coming under the Fed jurisdiction for their bigotry and stupidity.

/I'm just hanging out for when the fed makes Alabama give up their stupid law and well they seem to have a few stupid laws recently that are gonna need defending.
//Sad since the state can't find the money to pay for state parks and are selling them to cities or counties if they can.
 
2014-02-26 09:19:58 PM

jst3p: cchris_39: jst3p: jst3p: Trik: the decision is counter intuitive
the nation was founded on freedom or religious belief
the photographer was forced to violate his

No he wasn't. He could have shut down his business. No one is forced to run a business and open their doors to the public. Once you do, you have to follow the rules.

The funny part is that if the photographer really did render services rather than shut down his business, his religious beliefs must not be all that important to him.

"I am not going to take your picture because it violates my faith"
"You have to if you want to stay in business"
"OK, I guess money is a good enough reason to take actions that violate my deeply held religious beliefs."

The Bible promises that you will not be able to do business without taking the mark.

Not saying that this is it, but it is a prophetic certainty that Christians will be forced to set aside their faith.

/wrap your heads around that, atheists

Clarification please?


My guess would be the "mark of the beast" required to do business during the the apocalypse of Revelations.

So, in other words, he's claiming it is the end of times and that doing business with the homogheys marks you as an agent of the antichrist.
 
2014-02-26 09:20:42 PM

meat0918: meat0918: Baloo Uriza: meat0918: It's gotten better, sort of.

We still have a white supremacist homophobe problem in some parts, but the unemployment rate is not 15%.

You're right.  It's actually 19.6%.  Check your U6 rate, that's the real unemployment rate.

The provincial attitude is rapidly dying, something I've noticed since moving here about 10 years ago.

That's funny, I grew up in Portland and left in 2011.  It got a farkTON worse in that time.

I'm in Eugene.  It's gotten better here.  Maybe our problems moved up to Portland?

The real unemployment rate is also not the U6.  It includes people working, i.e. not unemployed.  How people consider it the "Real" one is sad and amusing.


That anyone other than a labor economist actually tries using U6 in any way, shape, or form, is sad and amusing.
 
2014-02-26 09:28:11 PM
And another tasteful pastel domino falls...
While I would like the Supreme Court to step in and end this, I do admit it's satisfying to watch the inevitable slowly play out in stubborn hold-out states.
The 14th Amendment...it's just as important as the 2nd!
 
2014-02-26 09:48:58 PM

TheThighsofTorgo: And another tasteful pastel domino falls...
While I would like the Supreme Court to step in and end this, I do admit it's satisfying to watch the inevitable slowly play out in stubborn hold-out states.
The 14th Amendment...it's just as important as the 2nd!


That is true, the satifying tick-tick-tick of dominoes falling and watching as the states rush to put Humpty Dumpty back together again.

/While I await a finial SCOTUS decision, it is sort of funny.
 
2014-02-26 09:54:03 PM

meat0918: I'm in Eugene.  It's gotten better here.  Maybe our problems moved up to Portland?


It's marginally better in Eugene, being a bit more sexually liberated, but it's still a place where you're only allright if you're all white...
 
2014-02-26 09:55:46 PM

meat0918: The real unemployment rate is also not the U6.  It includes people working, i.e. not unemployed.  How people consider it the "Real" one is sad and amusing.


If you're serving coffee at the Starbucks and you have a degree in civil engineering, you might as well be unemployed.  It includes the underemployed.  And Oregon's not a place you can afford to live when you're fully employed in most occupations, much less underemployed in one below your ability and worth.
 
2014-02-26 10:03:58 PM

vygramul: demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.

Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....

Mags, it was a derailment from this:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Tenga: It's pending appeal, so don't start sucking each others dicks yet.

Wait.
No: They can do that thanks to another Texass case.
This one is about marriage, which the Supreme Court has called a fundamental, basic civil right over and over.

See? I started out on the right track.

Er, THIS was your Boobies in this thread:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Hobodeluxe: lets just get this to the SCOTUS and get it over with already.

No, thank you.
They just drove the final nail in Amendment IV's coffin.

So you weren't railed to begin with.


I'm not into that kind of thing, swabby, although you can get railed all you like.
You were responding to this, not the other: Follow the farking links if you don't believe me.

/Not volunteering for any kind of railing.
//Doesn't have boobies or even moobies.
//Instead of trying to derail my train of thought, why don't you go up front and pull it?
 
2014-02-26 10:18:47 PM

tylerdurden217: Infernalist: Texas should secede if it intends to remain American. ~ Random Derper

Let that peculate for a while.

I live in Houston. I recently saw a truck with exactly 2 bumper stickers. One old faded one that said "United We Stand" emblazoned with the American Flag. There was another apparently Newer bumper sticker that read "Secede" with the Lone Flag of Texas. So his viewpoint changed and he couldn't even be bothered to remove the contradictory sticker.

9/11 happens, God Bless Merca
Obama happens, secede.

I'm so embarrassed to live next door to people like this. (not literally, my next door neighbors are both well educated, liberal, and open minded.


Long story short: When the Iraq War (no, the first one) started ground operations, I went to a "Support The Troops" rally just in hopes of hearing the other side of the argument. I witnessed many things, but what still sticks with me was an old Lincoln Towncar painted with a DIY American Flag motif, being driven around and around the square by a scowling elderly couple. The wife of the pair, with huge magenta colored hair, would lean out and shout at the counter-protesters something like "STOP THE VIOLENCE OF THE PEACE MOVEMENT!!" and then roll the window up furiously.

The back of the car was plastered with bumper-stickers, evenly divided in two themes, of which these are two actual honest-to-Christ examples;

"Abortion stops a beating heart"

and

"Nuke Baghdad."


That was the day I finally gave up any pretext of being moderately Conservative.
 
2014-02-26 10:39:53 PM

Maul555: Greg Abbot has been suing the shiat out of the federal government for Texas for years, and that is what I like.


Wow, how conservative and small government of you. You like some guy who wastes your tax money on lawsuits he's going to lose. And how libertarian of you to vote for someone who wastes that money on taking other people's rights.
 
2014-02-26 10:42:16 PM
Hell yeah, I'm setting a date.  Me and my pet armadillo, Armani Dildo, are gonna get married!  I can't wait!
 
2014-02-26 10:44:35 PM

MrHappyRotter: Hell yeah, I'm setting a date.  Me and my pet armadillo, Armani Dildo, are gonna get married!  I can't wait!


i2.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-26 11:00:16 PM

HaywoodJablonski: I eagerly await the flood of butthurt Facebook friends plotting their move to Australia, since they don't have gay marriage or national healthcare


Can't, but I would go just because Australia gets way cooler TV shows, even for kids. H2O anyone?
 
2014-02-26 11:16:28 PM

Trik: lilplatinum: Trik: I thought I'd bookmarked it but apparently didn't
I forget which state it is but several gay couples sued to force a photographer and a caterer who didn't want to service them because of religious beliefs into having to take them as clients

They sued them because the New Meixco constitution forbids discrimination of sexual orientation, the same reason a minority would sue you if you refused to serve them based on skin color.

the decision is counter intuitive
the nation was founded on freedom or religious belief
the photographer was forced to violate his

They should have just been better than the photographer and moved on to someone who would have appreciated their business
but they had to show him
and force him to spend time in their company


First of all no one was charged with a crime in this case as you mistakenly said earlier. They were sued for damages, in a civil matter.  Secondly, having read the article about this case I'm pretty certain that the photographers in question are "Christian". I use the term loosely since Jesus was actually all about hanging out with sinners. The apostle Paul later wrote that he "became all things to all men, so that he might save a few." Paul made tents, and the Romans were known for their interesting sexual lives. Paul never said anything about not making tents for Adam and Steve.

So maybe the photographers follow Old Testament God. Who demanded stoning for such sin. He also demanded stoning for a whole lot of other things but they neglected to cast even a pebble at this gay couple or anyone else.

Could it be that the photographers are ignorant twats who have never read their Bible? Say it ain't so!  They're also dumbasses for not, getting a contractor to do the work and if that still offended their sensibilities, to basically say "Oops, we're double booked that weekend, our bad."

The thing is you're focused on this one little case. Sure if a photographer denies service to gay person or a black person on that basis then no one is really harmed. There are others willing to take their business. But what happens if it's a doctor? Is it okay for a doctor to refuse service to a bleeding accident victim because that victim is gay?  It's a slippery slope.
 
2014-02-26 11:22:13 PM
"Growing up, (with) my mom and dad, I envied their marriage because I really didn't think that I would be able to have something like that," Holmes, a 23-year U.S. Air Force veteran, said alongside his partner Mark Phariss. "And now ... reading that decision, it really was the first time I realized that, yeah, I can."

Congratulations on the civil rights victory, thanks for serving our country, and have fun with the unholy hell that people call marriage.
 
2014-02-26 11:38:18 PM

cfreak: You like some guy who wastes your tax money on lawsuits he's going to lose. And how libertarian of you to vote for someone who wastes that money on taking other people's rights.


It's only a waste when it impacts their specific corner of the world.  Otherwise, it's small gubmint in action.
 
2014-02-27 12:06:48 AM
I guess we know what the gays are going to do with Texas....
i1.cpcache.com
 
2014-02-27 12:16:20 AM

demaL-demaL-yeH: vygramul: demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: No, it meant that cops can search without permission or a warrant and still use the poisoned fruit against  you.

Dema, you know I love you but there is a thread on that in the politics tab I believe so....

Mags, it was a derailment from this:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Tenga: It's pending appeal, so don't start sucking each others dicks yet.

Wait.
No: They can do that thanks to another Texass case.
This one is about marriage, which the Supreme Court has called a fundamental, basic civil right over and over.

See? I started out on the right track.

Er, THIS was your Boobies in this thread:

demaL-demaL-yeH: Hobodeluxe: lets just get this to the SCOTUS and get it over with already.

No, thank you.
They just drove the final nail in Amendment IV's coffin.

So you weren't railed to begin with.

I'm not into that kind of thing, swabby, although you can get railed all you like.
You were responding to this, not the other: Follow the farking links if you don't believe me.

/Not volunteering for any kind of railing.
//Doesn't have boobies or even moobies.
//Instead of trying to derail my train of thought, why don't you go up front and pull it?


What, posts are islands unto themselves? I wouldn't have mentioned it had you not started out by hijacking the thread.

/Of course you're not up for any kind of railing. You have to be railed before you can be derailed.
 
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