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2014-06-18 08:45:40 AM
Christian Symbology isn't exactly unknown to have been used in gang signs.

Russian mofia has:
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In the Italian-American Mafia, a made man is initiated by dripping his blood on a picture of the Virgin Mary or a saint.
 
2014-06-18 08:54:21 AM
Hell, with enough bling pretty much anything can be gang jewelry.

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2014-06-18 11:43:10 AM
something something... freedom from religion.
 
2014-06-18 11:43:23 AM
Those religious symbols is mines.

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2014-06-18 11:45:34 AM
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2014-06-18 11:46:13 AM
The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...
 
2014-06-18 11:46:31 AM
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2014-06-18 11:47:25 AM

CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...


It's farking June! That doesn't start till about Oct.
 
2014-06-18 11:47:33 AM

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Is it wrong that i think that guy is Italian and at a European vacation beach?
 
2014-06-18 11:48:32 AM

Pinner: CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...

It's farking June! That doesn't start till about Oct.


On Fox News, every day is Oct.
 
2014-06-18 11:48:59 AM
Don't bother Korean Jesus. He's got Korean shiat to do.
 
2014-06-18 11:50:34 AM
The bartender should hide all his grails, in case the Knights Templar cartel comes visiting from neighboring Michoacán.


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2014-06-18 11:51:46 AM

CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...


Did you see the picture of the necklace in question? I did, it did not look excessive. I am an atheist, but it sounds like dude might have a point
 
2014-06-18 11:54:41 AM
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There not crying this yet? slackers
 
2014-06-18 11:56:39 AM
No I said "hey zeus".
 
2014-06-18 11:57:45 AM
So secular businesses can refuse service if you're Christian but Christian businesses can't refuse business if you're gay.

Oh, ok, that makes a lot of sense.

/Not.
 
2014-06-18 11:57:49 AM
he's concerned that a cross is being banned.

Private property. Your concern is of no consequence. Deal with it.
 
2014-06-18 11:58:43 AM
I always figured the only "excessive jewelry" in a bar was a wedding ring.
 
2014-06-18 12:00:00 PM
Used to teach in Manassas Park, VA.  A lot of the Latin Kings and MS 13 guys wore rosaries as gang IDs if they couldn't wear colors at school.

/yeah, I know CSB
 
2014-06-18 12:00:21 PM

xkillyourfacex: So secular businesses can refuse service if you're Christian but Christian businesses can't refuse business if you're gay.

Oh, ok, that makes a lot of sense.


It doesn't make sense because it's a false equivalence. He wasn't refused service. He was asked to tuck his cross in.
 
2014-06-18 12:07:01 PM
In Jillian's/Lucky Strikes in Boston they will stop you from entering if you're wearing Timberlands, sports jerseys and theybdo ask you to take off baseball caps upon entering. That last one is stupid because the place is located right across the street from Fenway Park.
 
2014-06-18 12:07:17 PM

nunyadang: CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...

Did you see the picture of the necklace in question? I did, it did not look excessive. I am an atheist, but it sounds like dude might have a point


Yes and i watched the video... except here's the difference between thruthiness outrage and the actual situation... I've been there, it's almost right next to the convention center (where I was this past weekend actually), and they don't discriminate, when i went there for their $1 burger night, I was asked to tuck in my shirt because it was too baggy. I COULD have acted like your typical OSU fratboy douchebag like this guy presents himself and made a stink about it, but i did as they asked and tucked in my damn shirt even though, in my opinion, it wasn't baggy at all...

Seriously this is fake outrage plain and simple...
 
2014-06-18 12:10:13 PM

BitwiseShift: The bartender should hide all his grails, in case the Knights Templar cartel comes visiting from neighboring Michoacán.


I was an exchange student in Morelia. It was a nice place in the early 90's but really seems to have become a violent place. Sad!
 
2014-06-18 12:27:26 PM

xkillyourfacex: So secular businesses can refuse service if you're Christian but Christian businesses can't refuse business if you're gay.

Oh, ok, that makes a lot of sense.

/Not.


They didn't refuse service on religious grounds. They said "tuck in your jewelry". Aka, follow policy.

Last time I checked that was allowed. If hobby lobby had a sign that says "pull up your pants or no service", would you support that?
 
2014-06-18 12:34:53 PM

Sybarite: Hell, with enough bling pretty much anything can be gang jewelry.

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Pillsbury Dough Bling? Pop and Flash? The Golden Croissant?

/try the veal, tip your waitstaff
 
2014-06-18 12:38:06 PM

CeroX: nunyadang: CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...

Did you see the picture of the necklace in question? I did, it did not look excessive. I am an atheist, but it sounds like dude might have a point

Yes and i watched the video... except here's the difference between thruthiness outrage and the actual situation... I've been there, it's almost right next to the convention center (where I was this past weekend actually), and they don't discriminate, when i went there for their $1 burger night, I was asked to tuck in my shirt because it was too baggy. I COULD have acted like your typical OSU fratboy douchebag like this guy presents himself and made a stink about it, but i did as they asked and tucked in my damn shirt even though, in my opinion, it wasn't baggy at all...

Seriously this is fake outrage plain and simple...


Fair enough then. If a place needs rules like that, it sounds like somewhere I do not want to go.

I have been to two Metro-Detroit Bar Louie's and have not noticed those signs. They were both quite sedate.

It could be because Metro-Detroiters know how to behave and you heathens in Columbus need a few extra rules.
 
2014-06-18 01:10:24 PM
Tuck this...

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2014-06-18 01:16:00 PM

nunyadang: CeroX: nunyadang: CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...

Did you see the picture of the necklace in question? I did, it did not look excessive. I am an atheist, but it sounds like dude might have a point

Yes and i watched the video... except here's the difference between thruthiness outrage and the actual situation... I've been there, it's almost right next to the convention center (where I was this past weekend actually), and they don't discriminate, when i went there for their $1 burger night, I was asked to tuck in my shirt because it was too baggy. I COULD have acted like your typical OSU fratboy douchebag like this guy presents himself and made a stink about it, but i did as they asked and tucked in my damn shirt even though, in my opinion, it wasn't baggy at all...

Seriously this is fake outrage plain and simple...

Fair enough then. If a place needs rules like that, it sounds like somewhere I do not want to go.

I have been to two Metro-Detroit Bar Louie's and have not noticed those signs. They were both quite sedate.

It could be because Metro-Detroiters know how to behave and you heathens in Columbus need a few extra rules.


It's right down off High St. in C-Bus... High street is where a lot of older college kids and post college kids go for a night out and it's a serious mix of cultures... I personally love that area, the market is right there and you could have a seriously great night out just walking down High St. but sadly it IS a bad zone for theft...
 
2014-06-18 01:28:14 PM

CeroX: nunyadang: CeroX: nunyadang: CeroX: The dude in the article is full of shiat... I've been to that Bar Louie and they have a sign clearly marked out front that appropriate attire must be worn, and no baggy clothes, no hats, and no excessive jewelry...

This guy is trying to generate fake "war on christians" outrage...

Did you see the picture of the necklace in question? I did, it did not look excessive. I am an atheist, but it sounds like dude might have a point

Yes and i watched the video... except here's the difference between thruthiness outrage and the actual situation... I've been there, it's almost right next to the convention center (where I was this past weekend actually), and they don't discriminate, when i went there for their $1 burger night, I was asked to tuck in my shirt because it was too baggy. I COULD have acted like your typical OSU fratboy douchebag like this guy presents himself and made a stink about it, but i did as they asked and tucked in my damn shirt even though, in my opinion, it wasn't baggy at all...

Seriously this is fake outrage plain and simple...

Fair enough then. If a place needs rules like that, it sounds like somewhere I do not want to go.

I have been to two Metro-Detroit Bar Louie's and have not noticed those signs. They were both quite sedate.

It could be because Metro-Detroiters know how to behave and you heathens in Columbus need a few extra rules.

It's right down off High St. in C-Bus... High street is where a lot of older college kids and post college kids go for a night out and it's a serious mix of cultures... I personally love that area, the market is right there and you could have a seriously great night out just walking down High St. but sadly it IS a bad zone for theft...


I know the area well, or rather I knew the area well. I lived in German Village in the early 90's and still get back every few years. I will def pass on the bar louie's though.

Peace!
 
2014-06-18 02:57:33 PM
You know...   I used to think "bust a cap" was some modern gang expression, but then I was watching the John Wayne movie "True Grit" (1969) and one of the characters utters the line "I never bust a cap on no girl before!"  or something like that.  Couldn't believe it.  Had to back up and play it again.  Looks like some of the brothas be watchin' the oldies.
 
2014-06-18 09:42:49 PM
"It was a gift from my mother many, many, years back. It is probably about 15-years -old," said Jeff Russell.

Really, no one has mentioned this?
 
2014-06-18 09:44:47 PM
Proof that Karma exists! After all the times I've been forced to endure Christians' superiority complex because I am not a Christian, it has come back to bite them.

#notallchristians treat me as inferior, but it happens often.
 
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