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2014-03-19 03:45:23 PM  
I wonder if they were dressed like that on the way to or from this little get-together...
 
2014-03-19 03:46:53 PM  
That's pitiful, you definitely have to wait a few more generations to do something like that.  It wasn't until the 1950s when we could finally dress up as cowboys and pretend kill Native American Indians.  Good times, good times
 
2014-03-19 03:47:31 PM  
So a bunch of attention whores got attention.
 
2014-03-19 03:48:06 PM  

gas giant: I wonder if they were dressed like that on the way to or from this little get-together...


Oh no, I'm sure they rode that way. One time coming home from an event I saw a dude still in his German duds in Burger King. Some women came up to him and thanked him for his service. And he ordered in a cheesey German accent. I just laughed at him. Some people take it waaaaaaaay too seriously.

This was at the height of "support the troops" mania in '03 or so.
 
2014-03-19 03:48:38 PM  

Astorix: The best thing to do with these types is to starve them of attention. Distance, distance distance.


and if non nazi's stop going to a place which hosts their clandestine meetings, they will have an even harder time meeting and spreading their hate after it goes out of business.
 
2014-03-19 03:49:52 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: eez. Give it a break. You finished yet?


White Knight him if you want. As a Nazi celebrant, he is likely also a repressed homosexual. He might very well have sex with you. But he'll want you to do all kinds of kinky dominance and submission sh*t. Heck, he might even be into sh*t.

FOR THE SATIRE IMPAIRED

This is satire. These are not intended to be factual statements.
 
2014-03-19 03:50:11 PM  

abhorrent1: The Flexecutioner: abhorrent1: The Flexecutioner: abhorrent1: [encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 258x196]

The only 'followup' i'll care about is when the restaurant files for bankruptcy as a result of lost business.

/not expecting it though

This is fake outrage. Most of the people that were alive in the early 1930-1940s are either dear or were too young to understand what was going on.  Unless their main demographic is 90%, 90+ year-olds, They'll likely be fine

lolwut?

Meaning most people alive today didn't actually experience it. All they know is that they've been taught they should be outraged about it. Do they actually care? I doubt it.


Except their children and grandchildren are in their 40s-70s and yeah, a German restaurant really does rely on that demographic.  I will be 100% surprised if theyre trying to market themselves and rely upon the under-40 crowd.  Again, I dont think they'll file but it's the only story I'd care to read about.
 
2014-03-19 03:50:38 PM  
I don't mean to ruffle any feathers here, but I'm starting to think that this Hitler was kind of a bad guy.
 
2014-03-19 03:50:49 PM  

peachpicker: vudukungfu: But dressing up as US Calvary is still OK, right?

What Calvary dress up may look like...

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 300x215]


One of Wellington's commanders (Ponsonby?) lisped and frequently made this mistake. The Duke reportedly said, "That man can lead cavalry, but can not for the life of him pronounce it."
 
2014-03-19 03:52:05 PM  

Magnanimous_J: I don't mean to ruffle any feathers here, but I'm starting to think that this Hitler was kind of a bad guy.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU5aWyK9MRk

Oh, but he has wonderful plans for Minehead! His first policy is to annex Poland.
 
2014-03-19 03:53:27 PM  
First rule of time travel reenactment club is NO CELLPHONES.

Care to guess what the second rule is?

That's right, no fat chicks.
 
2014-03-19 03:55:19 PM  

Watubi: That's pitiful, you definitely have to wait a few more generations to do something like that.  It wasn't until the 1950s when we could finally dress up as cowboys and pretend kill Native American Indians.  Good times, good times


More time has passed since the end of WWII than had passed between the end of the US-Native American wars and the 1950s.
 
2014-03-19 03:56:09 PM  

Baz744: MelGoesOnTour: eez. Give it a break. You finished yet?

White Knight him if you want. As a Nazi celebrant, he is likely also a repressed homosexual. He might very well have sex with you. But he'll want you to do all kinds of kinky dominance and submission sh*t. Heck, he might even be into sh*t.

FOR THE SATIRE IMPAIRED

This is satire. These are not intended to be factual statements.


At this point I'm not sure if I was being trolled or not!
 
2014-03-19 03:56:41 PM  
I'm thinking there are plenty of other things to be outraged about, but you folks just go ahead and beat this one to death.
 
2014-03-19 03:57:31 PM  

wildcardjack: First rule of time travel reenactment club is NO CELLPHONES.

Care to guess what the second rule is?

That's right, no fat chicks.


well, now I know that the SCA isn't.
 
2014-03-19 04:00:31 PM  
How dare they profane Robert E. Lee's birthday.
 
2014-03-19 04:01:56 PM  

Magnanimous_J: I don't mean to ruffle any feathers here, but I'm starting to think that this Hitler was kind of a bad guy.


Downfall is a terrific movie. It is the source of all those "Hitler throws a tantrum" parody videos. The actor who portrays Hitler is pretty amazing, really. It stands apart from other Hitler movies in that it gives Hitler humanity without downplaying his evil. The audience gets to see what people liked about the man.

That's important, I think, because Hollywood has conditioned people to guard against frothing gesticulating madmen screaming about THE JOOZ!!! It's harder for them to see the threat posed by charming grandfatherly old men, or a Connecticut Yankee projecting a Joe Regular cowboy image who they'd "like to have a beer with."

Or... [minor chords] a mild-mannered law professor who tyrannically asks the legislature to pass legislation creating a tax incentive to buy health insurance in order to overcome the moral hazard posed by a popular guaranteed-issue insurance provision.
 
2014-03-19 04:06:48 PM  

rkiller1: BenJammin: The Nazis are the epitome of evil.

Not according to this list.  Hittler comes in second place to the Chinese. http://list25.com/25-of-historys-deadliest-dictators/2/

So no more parties with fortune cookies.


Keep in mind that the list is of individuals, not groups. Other than Hitler, each entry describes how the person did this or that. However, when they describe  Hitler it says  the Nazi party was responsible for the deaths of 17 million people.  Of course Hitler was largely responsible for the Nazis and their goals, but it seems this is the only entry where they identify a group as being being culpable; not that this is an authoritative list, just my observation.
 
2014-03-19 04:13:26 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: Baz744: MelGoesOnTour: eez. Give it a break. You finished yet?

White Knight him if you want. As a Nazi celebrant, he is likely also a repressed homosexual. He might very well have sex with you. But he'll want you to do all kinds of kinky dominance and submission sh*t. Heck, he might even be into sh*t.

FOR THE SATIRE IMPAIRED

This is satire. These are not intended to be factual statements.

At this point I'm not sure if I was being trolled or not!


Neither of my posts were trolls. I made a cogent argument for why I disbelieved the cover-story that this was a generally WW2 themed costume party. If it featured Englishmen and Americans too, it shouldn't be hard to produce some photos of them. Or how about the flags displayed in the English and American seating sections? They sure have plenty of Nazi banners for the Nazi section.

From the absence of such evidence when in this era such evidence should be readily available, I infer that the "WW2 Party" claim is a lie to cover up unacceptable conduct. From a lie to cover up unacceptable conduct, and given the nature of the conduct in question, I infer a purpose to celebrate Nazi ideology by persons sympathetic to it.

This opinion is subject to change pending a change in evidence. Until such change in evidence, it is not only a reasonable opinion, it is the most reasonable opinion on this subject.

The 2nd post wasn't a troll either. Had I intended to troll instead of joke, I wouldn't have included the warning for the "satire impaired."
 
2014-03-19 04:14:12 PM  
Funny to see people actually defending these wannabe Nazis.
 
2014-03-19 04:18:53 PM  

DarkVader: But the rest of us have not only the right but the responsibility to ridicule them, publicly out them as likely racists, and never do business with any of them.


First show me how they are hurting you or anyone else other than the fact that you are offended by what they do at a private function.
 
2014-03-19 04:20:16 PM  

Baz744: It is implausible that people would hold a WW2 themed costume dinner party without a lot of photos being taken. Especially these days where every personal portable electronic device has a built in camera. Neither this story nor the previous story indicates the existence of any photographs other than the ones featuring Nazi re-enactors. Likely because no such photos exist, because it was in reality a Nazi themed costume party.

Unless and until some photos of the same party featuring other types of guests surface, the best inference here is that the owner is lying. Moreover, that his lie papers over conduct he knows to be unacceptable. Until better evidence surfaces, I'm convinced, and reasonably so, that this was a Nazi themed costume party for the particular purpose of celebrating Nazi ideology


Since one of the interviewed guest is a member of a re-enactment group, I'll presume the opposite and believe that the restaurant and these people were re-enactors having a get together instead of some weird random Nazi celebration.  Maybe that's naive on my part, but I'd prefer to believe until proven otherwise that they were dopey misguided re-enactors rather than a secret evil Nazi cabal.
 
2014-03-19 04:20:35 PM  

b2theory: Mario (the restaurant's owner) is being an idiot. To paraphrase a comment from the first CityPages article, why would you let anyone near your German restaurant with a swastika?


If they are truly a WWII recreation society then it might be a legit non-racist think like an SCA feast or Civil War encampment.

I knew a guy in the DC area who was a WWII Re-enactor who frequently participated in re-enactments in Waffen SS garb.  I'm very sure he wasn't a neo-Nazi because if he HAD been the commander of his unit would have kicked his ass.  The commander also had a full Waffen SS uniform, only his was an original, taken from an officer at the death camp he was interned at after the place was liberated.

Why would a Holocuast survivor also play a Nazi in historical re-enactments?

because he was bound and determined never to let the world forget what utterly evil bastards they were, and as you might expect, most people are pretty reluctant to play SS units in WWII battles
 
2014-03-19 04:25:53 PM  

Baz744: This opinion is subject to change pending a change in evidence. Until such change in evidence, it is not only a reasonable opinion, it is the most reasonable opinion on this subject.


Now you're sounding just plain stupid. Have you not considered the fact that the photos were selected, specifically, to arouse the torch-carrying masses---and that it very well may have been an uppitty employee with an axe to grind who posted what he thought might be the most damaging pictures?
 
2014-03-19 04:26:52 PM  

Lumbar Puncture: Since one of the interviewed guest is a member of a re-enactment group, I'll presume the opposite and believe that the restaurant and these people were re-enactors having a get together instead of some weird random Nazi celebration. Maybe that's naive on my part, but I'd prefer to believe until proven otherwise that they were dopey misguided re-enactors rather than a secret evil Nazi cabal


It's a fair point; but we don't know if the interviewed re-enactor, for example, only ever dresses up as a Nazi, or dresses up as a Nazi like 80% of the time.

I just don't understand the need to lie and say it was a generally WW2 themed costume party if it wasn't about promoting Nazi ideology. If it was just dopey bad judgment, why not say "you know, that was a bad call. Next year we'll have an exclusively allied-themed costume party to make up for it?"
 
2014-03-19 04:27:58 PM  

DrewCurtisJr: DarkVader: But the rest of us have not only the right but the responsibility to ridicule them, publicly out them as likely racists, and never do business with any of them.

First show me how they are hurting you or anyone else other than the fact that you are offended by what they do at a private function.


Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis. Why are people white knitting these losers?
 
2014-03-19 04:28:30 PM  

Magorn: b2theory: Mario (the restaurant's owner) is being an idiot. To paraphrase a comment from the first CityPages article, why would you let anyone near your German restaurant with a swastika?

If they are truly a WWII recreation society then it might be a legit non-racist think like an SCA feast or Civil War encampment.

I knew a guy in the DC area who was a WWII Re-enactor who frequently participated in re-enactments in Waffen SS garb.  I'm very sure he wasn't a neo-Nazi because if he HAD been the commander of his unit would have kicked his ass.  The commander also had a full Waffen SS uniform, only his was an original, taken from an officer at the death camp he was interned at after the place was liberated.

Why would a Holocuast survivor also play a Nazi in historical re-enactments?

because he was bound and determined never to let the world forget what utterly evil bastards they were, and as you might expect, most people are pretty reluctant to play SS units in WWII battles


Well many of the "Germans" in 50s-60s WWII movies and shows where played by Jews.
 
2014-03-19 04:31:29 PM  

Baz744: I just don't understand the need to lie and say it was a generally WW2 themed costume party if it wasn't about promoting Nazi ideology.


Give it a break, man! It's not like this is a tiny, off the beaten track restaurant in the middle of the sticks. You're off-the-wall claims that it was probably a pro-Nazi-themed party is insane. I mean, heck, as if "let's have this Nazi get-together here in Minneapolis and hope no one will notice us getting out of our cars and walking into the place"!
 
2014-03-19 04:33:27 PM  
The nazi flags were the problem, even if it was taken out of context.

If you pull out and prove something is hitler's steak knife, that many people will call the steak knife evil and demand it be melted down.  Would the nazi re-enactors wear their uniforms when pumping gas?  Then why do it up with nazi flags at a dinner?

How about using ruins (symbols), or just a sign with Germans and Americans for the table section.

They could be accurate without being douchy and insensitive about it.
 
2014-03-19 04:33:36 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: Baz744: I just don't understand the need to lie and say it was a generally WW2 themed costume party if it wasn't about promoting Nazi ideology.

Give it a break, man! It's not like this is a tiny, off the beaten track restaurant in the middle of the sticks. You're off-the-wall claims that it was probably a pro-Nazi-themed party is insane. I mean, heck, as if "let's have this Nazi get-together here in Minneapolis and hope no one will notice us getting out of our cars and walking into the place"!


Yeah how off the wall! A party in a German restaurant with a bunch of people dressed like Nazis could never be a Nazi themed party! That's just crazy.
 
2014-03-19 04:34:20 PM  

TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis. Why are people white knitting these losers?


Because it makes you an even bigger scumbag if you think it is your mission to expose and ridicule people because they are doing something that you don't like that doesn't hurt anyone.
 
2014-03-19 04:34:56 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: Baz744: This opinion is subject to change pending a change in evidence. Until such change in evidence, it is not only a reasonable opinion, it is the most reasonable opinion on this subject.

Now you're sounding just plain stupid. Have you not considered the fact that the photos were selected, specifically, to arouse the torch-carrying masses---and that it very well may have been an uppitty employee with an axe to grind who posted what he thought might be the most damaging pictures?


Yes. I have considered that.

But surely when the reporter broached the subject saying "we have photos of you holding a Nazi costume party," he would have responded "oh that's a misunderstanding. Let me send you some photos showing the guests dressed as English and American soldiers sitting under Union Jacks and star spangled banners." If we can have remotest trust in the reporter's professionalism, those photos would have been published with either one of the articles.

If he did produce such photos, and Slate failed to publish them along with the story, then I urge that the owner/group have the makings of a defamation or false light lawsuit. I'd like to think Slate would be smarter than that. But I'd also like it if children pissed root beer and sh*t vanilla ice cream, so what I'd like, I acknowledge, is minimally probative.
 
2014-03-19 04:34:59 PM  
Nazis Schmazis, they charge $30 for a wienerschnitzel and a side of vegetables. No thanks, the SS can have it.
 
2014-03-19 04:36:01 PM  

TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.


You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".
 
2014-03-19 04:38:45 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck


*sorry---I meant to say desk*

/carry on now with the arguments
 
2014-03-19 04:41:22 PM  

The_Sponge: USCLaw2010: buntz: Well, in his defense, Hitler DID look good in uniform

[bluwiki.com image 265x480]

Hitler wore mom jeans


Best dressed in WWII:

George S. Patton, no question about it.


someone needs to shop him on to derpy pony and have him ride to battle against the Nazis in Minneapolis.
 
2014-03-19 04:41:52 PM  

Oldiron_79: Magorn: b2theory: Mario (the restaurant's owner) is being an idiot. To paraphrase a comment from the first CityPages article, why would you let anyone near your German restaurant with a swastika?

If they are truly a WWII recreation society then it might be a legit non-racist think like an SCA feast or Civil War encampment.

I knew a guy in the DC area who was a WWII Re-enactor who frequently participated in re-enactments in Waffen SS garb.  I'm very sure he wasn't a neo-Nazi because if he HAD been the commander of his unit would have kicked his ass.  The commander also had a full Waffen SS uniform, only his was an original, taken from an officer at the death camp he was interned at after the place was liberated.

Why would a Holocuast survivor also play a Nazi in historical re-enactments?

because he was bound and determined never to let the world forget what utterly evil bastards they were, and as you might expect, most people are pretty reluctant to play SS units in WWII battles

Well many of the "Germans" in 50s-60s WWII movies and shows where played by Jews.


Now mind yo the whole reenacting thing DID almost cost my buddy his job however.   He was out doing a Battle of the Bulge re-enactment when his pager buzzed (this was he early 90's) with a code fom his job that basically meant "drop whatever you are doing immediately and report here RIGHT NOW, do not stop, do not pass go do not collect $200)  and since he was US secret service assigned to the White House, that is NOT a code you can ignore or claim you did't get.    So he hopped into his car and raced to the White House and rushed up the muster point-in full SS Regalia.  It was a delicate thing for a while whether they were going to fire him or give him a commendation for responding to the alert drill so promptly and literally
 
2014-03-19 04:43:54 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".


Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.
 
2014-03-19 04:45:18 PM  

DrewCurtisJr: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis. Why are people white knitting these losers?

Because it makes you an even bigger scumbag if you think it is your mission to expose and ridicule people because they are doing something that you don't like that doesn't hurt anyone.


Poor lil Nazis being exposed for their shiattiness! Give me a break dude, should we also leave KKK coonts alone too?
 
2014-03-19 04:46:26 PM  

TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".

Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.


Hey. Go back to your sandbox and let the adults talk without you getting in the way.
 
2014-03-19 04:47:03 PM  

MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".

Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.

Hey. Go back to your sandbox and let the adults talk without you getting in the way.


Alright there Nazi white knighter.
 
2014-03-19 04:50:52 PM  

TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".

Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.

Hey. Go back to your sandbox and let the adults talk without you getting in the way.

Alright there Nazi white knighter.


Maybe some of us just don't care what a group of people is doing at a private event, which is what this was supposed to be.
 
2014-03-19 04:53:23 PM  

Representative of the unwashed masses: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".

Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.

Hey. Go back to your sandbox and let the adults talk without you getting in the way.

Alright there Nazi white knighter.

Maybe some of us just don't care what a group of people is doing at a private event, which is what this was supposed to be.


Okay, I'm just talking to the people defending them. If you don't care, why even post?
 
2014-03-19 04:54:28 PM  

Magorn: Oldiron_79: Magorn: b2theory: Mario (the restaurant's owner) is being an idiot. To paraphrase a comment from the first CityPages article, why would you let anyone near your German restaurant with a swastika?

If they are truly a WWII recreation society then it might be a legit non-racist think like an SCA feast or Civil War encampment.

I knew a guy in the DC area who was a WWII Re-enactor who frequently participated in re-enactments in Waffen SS garb.  I'm very sure he wasn't a neo-Nazi because if he HAD been the commander of his unit would have kicked his ass.  The commander also had a full Waffen SS uniform, only his was an original, taken from an officer at the death camp he was interned at after the place was liberated.

Why would a Holocuast survivor also play a Nazi in historical re-enactments?

because he was bound and determined never to let the world forget what utterly evil bastards they were, and as you might expect, most people are pretty reluctant to play SS units in WWII battles

Well many of the "Germans" in 50s-60s WWII movies and shows where played by Jews.

Now mind yo the whole reenacting thing DID almost cost my buddy his job however.   He was out doing a Battle of the Bulge re-enactment when his pager buzzed (this was he early 90's) with a code fom his job that basically meant "drop whatever you are doing immediately and report here RIGHT NOW, do not stop, do not pass go do not collect $200)  and since he was US secret service assigned to the White House, that is NOT a code you can ignore or claim you did't get.    So he hopped into his car and raced to the White House and rushed up the muster point-in full SS Regalia.  It was a delicate thing for a while whether they were going to fire him or give him a commendation for responding to the alert drill so promptly and literally


Well, I did Nazi that coming.
 
2014-03-19 04:55:24 PM  

TheJoe03: Poor lil Nazis being exposed for their shiattiness! Give me a break dude, should we also leave KKK coonts alone too?


You think you should be the self righteous judge of who to leave alone and who to harass? Somebody decides they don't like cross dressers and decides to post pictures of the men dressed as women at a private event to embarrass them in the community, you ok with that? Show me how this group is hurting you.
 
2014-03-19 04:59:00 PM  

TheJoe03: Representative of the unwashed masses: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: MelGoesOnTour: TheJoe03: Why does that matter, they still get to be ridiculed for being scumbag Nazis.

You're just as bad as Baz. You are quick to jump to conclusions. I know someone who has a Nazi flag stored in his deck. You would automatically flag him as a Nazi, I guess. Look a little further, though, and it turns out a relative of his (US Army) liberated it from the Germans during WWII and the guy keeps it as a historic artifact and reminder of what all his family member did. But people like you don't care about details. It's only "he has a Nazi item therefor he is a Nazi".

Yeah dude, that has nothing to do with dressing as a Nazi with a bunch of other losers dressing at Nazis at a function.

Hey. Go back to your sandbox and let the adults talk without you getting in the way.

Alright there Nazi white knighter.

Maybe some of us just don't care what a group of people is doing at a private event, which is what this was supposed to be.

Okay, I'm just talking to the people defending them. If you don't care, why even post?


too much coffee and I'm feeling rowdy today.
 
2014-03-19 04:59:48 PM  

DrewCurtisJr: TheJoe03: Poor lil Nazis being exposed for their shiattiness! Give me a break dude, should we also leave KKK coonts alone too?

You think you should be the self righteous judge of who to leave alone and who to harass? Somebody decides they don't like cross dressers and decides to post pictures of the men dressed as women at a private event to embarrass them in the community, you ok with that? Show me how this group is hurting you.


You're comparing transvestites with Nazis? I'm not harassing these people either, just shiat talking on the internet. These people farked up and took pictures as Nazis and are now embarrassed because the community now knows what they are about. They farked up and I feel no pity for them.
 
2014-03-19 05:00:19 PM  

vudukungfu: But dressing up as US Calvary is still OK, right?


Unless it's Halloween, or you're involved in some sort of sex-play, dressing up as anything is pretty dumb.
 
2014-03-19 05:01:47 PM  
Well, that's the thing about tolerance/diversity/inclusiveness; or for that matter, free speech...you don't get to be selective about it, or it doesn't work.
 
2014-03-19 05:03:24 PM  

rkiller1: So no more parties with fortune cookies.


Fortune cookies are American, not Chinese.
 
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