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2021-06-21 8:06:39 PM  
So when are the local bookies offering when he gets cut for.... reasons?
 
2021-06-21 8:11:32 PM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: So when are the local bookies offering when he gets cut for.... reasons?


I don't know,man. He's got 20 sacks under his belt!

/seriously
//all jokes aside
///this is really cool and he ain't goin' nowhere as long as he's sackin' a lot of QBs.
 
2021-06-21 8:20:52 PM  
Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.
 
2021-06-21 8:22:00 PM  
...also, I wouldn't mind sharing a locker room with him.
 
2021-06-21 8:34:31 PM  
Good for him.

The Las Vegas Raiders are still dead to me though.
 
2021-06-21 8:42:31 PM  
I guess this finally vindicates my neighbor in San Diego who always called the Raiders gay.
 
2021-06-21 8:51:24 PM  
Just purely based on NFL even being close to social percentages, there are likely at least 50 to 70 gay players in the NFL right now.

I am wondering if now that the doors been opened, we might get a bunch more feeling comfortable enough, especially depending on how the next few days reaction goes around the league.
 
2021-06-21 9:08:10 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.


I can't guarantee that this will be effective, but you should try reassuring them that their children are too ugly to recruit
 
2021-06-21 9:54:00 PM  
This makes me smile.

Good for him!
 
2021-06-21 9:54:06 PM  
I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.
 
2021-06-21 10:30:05 PM  

bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.


No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.
 
2021-06-21 10:31:23 PM  

bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.


Al was always a little more proactive than the other owners. Is the younger Davis the same way? Only statement I saw from him was positive. Nassim is I think year 2 of contract this year right, though not a starter so should be somewhat safe.
 
2021-06-21 10:32:19 PM  

TheManofPA: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

Al was always a little more proactive than the other owners. Is the younger Davis the same way? Only statement I saw from him was positive. Nassim is I think year 2 of contract this year right, though not a starter so should be somewhat safe.


Ok, that's a weird autocorrect on Nassib unless I really fat fingered that on my phone.
 
2021-06-21 10:33:30 PM  

bubba_2ba: Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.


He always gets mentioned. It's a horrible example and frankly especially after his CFL stint he just wasn't a good pro player, period, much less a potential NFL player worth a damn other than being a different level of Tim Tebow ca. 2021 (ie: there to sell jerseys). He's also kind of a selfish asshat. He spent a few years blaming everyone else for his football failure except himself.

The biggest problem: he wasn't an NFL athlete. He was a tweener for his size as it is, and at that level you'd better be quick as fark. It had nothing to do with his sexual orientation, he just wasn't good.

The biggest argument in his favor was "zomg he won SEC Defensive POY!" I went to school with the guy who was a multiple time All American and who also won the Biletnikoff Award and he didn't play in the regular season in the NFL, either. Oh. And he ALSO looked good in preseason games against other scrubs.
 
2021-06-21 10:35:35 PM  

puffy999: bubba_2ba: Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

He always gets mentioned. It's a horrible example and frankly especially after his CFL stint he just wasn't a good pro player, period, much less a potential NFL player worth a damn other than being a different level of Tim Tebow ca. 2021 (ie: there to sell jerseys). He's also kind of a selfish asshat. He spent a few years blaming everyone else for his football failure except himself.

The biggest problem: he wasn't an NFL athlete. He was a tweener for his size as it is, and at that level you'd better be quick as fark. It had nothing to do with his sexual orientation, he just wasn't good.

The biggest argument in his favor was "zomg he won SEC Defensive POY!" I went to school with the guy who was a multiple time All American and who also won the Biletnikoff Award and he didn't play in the regular season in the NFL, either. Oh. And he ALSO looked good in preseason games against other scrubs.


Hell, Jason White won the Heisman and never even made a preseason roster. Sometimes guys are great in college and not made for the NFL.
 
2021-06-21 10:38:27 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: Hell, Jason White won the Heisman and never even made a preseason roster


Well...

I think USC kinda put a stop to that...
 
2021-06-21 10:39:58 PM  

TheManofPA: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

Al was always a little more proactive than the other owners. Is the younger Davis the same way? Only statement I saw from him was positive. Nassim is I think year 2 of contract this year right, though not a starter so should be somewhat safe.


Mark's also pretty progressive, he just bought a stake in the Vegas WNBA team and that organization has been very clear on their stance.  With Al it was more he didn't give a damn what you did off the field but if you played like hell on Sundays you were part of the family.  Only snag for Nassib is he's a rotational DE and might just get priced out for a lower priced rookie.
 
2021-06-21 10:42:15 PM  
The Raiders guy on the radio did imply cost may make him a Raiders cut.

But he should get a job elsewhere.

Given his statements about culture he might not want to leave...
 
2021-06-21 10:43:44 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: puffy999: bubba_2ba: Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

He always gets mentioned. It's a horrible example and frankly especially after his CFL stint he just wasn't a good pro player, period, much less a potential NFL player worth a damn other than being a different level of Tim Tebow ca. 2021 (ie: there to sell jerseys). He's also kind of a selfish asshat. He spent a few years blaming everyone else for his football failure except himself.

The biggest problem: he wasn't an NFL athlete. He was a tweener for his size as it is, and at that level you'd better be quick as fark. It had nothing to do with his sexual orientation, he just wasn't good.

The biggest argument in his favor was "zomg he won SEC Defensive POY!" I went to school with the guy who was a multiple time All American and who also won the Biletnikoff Award and he didn't play in the regular season in the NFL, either. Oh. And he ALSO looked good in preseason games against other scrubs.

Hell, Jason White won the Heisman and never even made a preseason roster. Sometimes guys are great in college and not made for the NFL.


Larry Fitzgerald was robbed of that Heisman.
 
2021-06-21 10:43:51 PM  
knowing the NFL, he better watch his back
 
2021-06-21 10:45:57 PM  
More shocking revelation:
an active NFL player comes out as gay
-or-
a guy named Carl Nassib is white?
 
2021-06-21 10:52:17 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.


I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.
 
2021-06-21 10:54:58 PM  

BubbaBoBobBrain: More shocking revelation:
an active NFL player comes out as gay
-or-
a guy named Carl Nassib is white?


His older brother was Eli Manning's backup in 2014 and 2015.
 
2021-06-21 11:01:34 PM  

bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.


I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.
 
2021-06-21 11:07:46 PM  
More of this please
 
2021-06-21 11:16:44 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.


Those people are awful.  Lesbrarians are awesome.

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2021-06-21 11:22:25 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.


Get a lawyer and make sure your bosses know that if you get fired over their shiat, that's discrimination.
 
2021-06-21 11:23:29 PM  
Meanwhile, my Broncos fan friends and I all think Carl Nassib is off-limits for getting booed unless he does something massively stupid unprovoked against the Broncos.
 
2021-06-21 11:28:22 PM  

desertgeek: Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.

Get a lawyer and make sure your bosses know that if you get fired over their shiat, that's discrimination.


I'd never be fired over their shiat.  I'd be fired for failure to interface with the community, or failing to form partnerships with outside organizations as it states in my job description, or maybe for that invoice I didn't approve fast enough... but never for being gay.  That's never EVER the reason stated.

Jesus, it's like people don't understand how discrimination works.
 
2021-06-21 11:29:09 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.

I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.


Some of them do care or are ignorant... by supporting anti-gay charities..  https://www.outsports.com/2020/12/7/2​2​157509/nfl-my-cause-my-cleats-gay-chri​stian-athletes-bullying

But I'm intrigued by your assertion about the timing... do you actually believe Nassib waited for 15 years to come out now?
 
2021-06-21 11:34:09 PM  
Defensive end announces he's not a tight end.
 
2021-06-21 11:44:52 PM  
George Takei just posted earlier about Nassib, and alsomentioned that he came out in his 60's.
It's far easier to come out when you are a big celebrity, comfortably wealthy or both. Otherwise you will be headed for a world of shiat with discrimination, job issues and renting/owning a home.
And no, it doesn't get better. You get a thick skin or you wont make it.
 
2021-06-21 11:55:42 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: desertgeek: Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.

Get a lawyer and make sure your bosses know that if you get fired over their shiat, that's discrimination.

I'd never be fired over their shiat.  I'd be fired for failure to interface with the community, or failing to form partnerships with outside organizations as it states in my job description, or maybe for that invoice I didn't approve fast enough... but never for being gay.  That's never EVER the reason stated.

Jesus, it's like people don't understand how discrimination works.


Exactly (ex union guy here).  There's always a reason to fire someone.  Always.  Not that they even need to give a reason.
 
2021-06-22 12:02:13 AM  
...a Penn Stater, too. Just like another gay athlete, John Amechi.
 
2021-06-22 12:03:34 AM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.

I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.


Also, unlike Sam who came out predraft during (generally) the slowest time of the year for sports news, this guy is coming out in a time where it won't be the dominant story for the next month because ESPN has nothing else to talk about. Dunno if there was THAT much thought put into the timing, but it's definitely the case
 
2021-06-22 12:05:24 AM  

bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.

I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.

Some of them do care or are ignorant... by supporting anti-gay charities..  https://www.outsports.com/2020/12/7/22​157509/nfl-my-cause-my-cleats-gay-chri​stian-athletes-bullying

But I'm intrigued by your assertion about the timing... do you actually believe Nassib waited for 15 years to come out now?


I think he came out a long time ago to anyone he actually cares about. I guarantee his teammates throughout his life knew.

Players- especially Gen Z players like Nassib- grew up with social media and are well aware of what doing this publicly brings with it.

As far as the timing thing, it's not a coincidence at all that he's done it during Pride Month, that he put up a $100k check to anti-discrimination charities to go with it, and gives the fickle NFL media a month to move on to other topics.
 
2021-06-22 12:25:58 AM  

Telephone Sanitizer Second Class: Good for him.

The Las Vegas Raiders are still dead to me though.


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2021-06-22 12:42:44 AM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.

I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.

Some of them do care or are ignorant... by supporting anti-gay charities..  https://www.outsports.com/2020/12/7/22​157509/nfl-my-cause-my-cleats-gay-chri​stian-athletes-bullying

But I'm intrigued by your assertion about the timing... do you actually believe Nassib waited for 15 years to come out now?

I think he came out a long time ago to anyone he actually cares about. I guarantee his teammates throughout his life knew.

Players- especially Gen Z players like Nassib- grew up with social media and are well aware of what doing this publicly brings with it.

As far as the timing thing, it's not a coincidence at all that he's done it during Pride Month, that he put up a $100k check to anti-discrimination charities to go with it, and gives the fickle NFL media a month to move on to other topics.


So, if what you are saying is true... why is he the first to come out publicly?  Are you asserting it's a publicity stunt?

Are you saying he's not to be admired?   He's not a hero for the LGBTQ+ community?
 
2021-06-22 12:57:24 AM  

bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: Incorrigible Astronaut: bubba_2ba: I hope and pray that this will cause other gay NFL players to come out, but I suspect they're going to wait to see... the whole process from recruitment through scouting has tought them that "gay is bad".

Michael Sam could be held up as an example that the NFL ( as a collective ) will punish Nassib for coming out, but we'll see how this plays out.

No, Sam was rightly cut. Go look at his combine numbers or tape of his preseason games- he wasn't big enough to play DE and he was too slow to play OLB.

I didn't assert Micheal Sam was not "rightly cut"... I am pointing out that the ONLY openly gay NFL ( and CFL ) prospect is no longer playing football, and that probably weighs heavily on any current player considering whether they should come out.

I honestly don't think most of them care. It doesn't effect what they do at all, and their teammates couldn't care less either. I think it's more about knowing what a PITA all the extra questions will be for the player and their teammates.

Nassib doing it now is smart both because it's Pride Month and because training camp is still a month away.

Some of them do care or are ignorant... by supporting anti-gay charities..  https://www.outsports.com/2020/12/7/22​157509/nfl-my-cause-my-cleats-gay-chri​stian-athletes-bullying

But I'm intrigued by your assertion about the timing... do you actually believe Nassib waited for 15 years to come out now?

I think he came out a long time ago to anyone he actually cares about. I guarantee his teammates throughout his life knew.

Players- especially Gen Z players like Nassib- grew up with social media and are well aware of what doing this publicly brings with it.

As far as the timing thing, it's not a coincidence at all that he's done it during Pride Month, that he put up a $100k check to anti-discrimination charities to go with it, and gives the fickle NFL media a month to move on to other topics.

So, if what you are saying is true... why is he the first to come out publicly?  Are you asserting it's a publicity stunt?

Are you saying he's not to be admired?   He's not a hero for the LGBTQ+ community?


Not at all, and at this point you're being irritatingly obtuse. Have you ever been in a locker room with gay teammates?

Of course it's great that he's not only done this, but literally put his money where his mouth is. This is going to help tremendously. I think Nassib is smart enough (remember that he was the guy who explained compound interest and investing when the Raiders were on Hard Knocks) to know when his announcement would have the biggest impact and not have scummy reporters badgering his coaches and teammates during training camp about something that has nothing to do with their jobs.

As far as why he's the first... just re-read what I've told you three times already. This isn't rocket surgery.

I do think that Nassib doing this will open the doors to not only more players joining him, but in openly supporting LGBTQ charities and causes in both their off time and NFL-promoted initiatives like activist names on the back of their helmets. And that, promoting acceptance and inclusion? That's a very good thing.
 
2021-06-22 1:09:57 AM  
Trump voters will hate him. I know a lot of Trump voters that are pro gay and pro-choice and anti-deficit, but they vote anti-gay, anti-choice and pro-deficit for some reason.
 
2021-06-22 1:16:15 AM  

TDWCom29: Dunno if there was THAT much thought put into the timing, but it's definitely the case


Given that he just did it on his own on Instagram, and not some article or op-ed somewhere big with some publicity attached to it, I don't know if timing were a thing or it was more spontaneous.

The way he did it will resonate VERY positively in locker rooms, btw. This was a mountain announcement and he did it his way.
 
2021-06-22 3:56:03 AM  

king of vegas: Trump voters will hate him. I know a lot of Trump voters that are pro gay and pro-choice and anti-deficit, but they vote anti-gay, anti-choice and pro-deficit for some reason.


The reason is that they're contrarian D-bags who hate anything the other side likes.
 
2021-06-22 6:32:13 AM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: So when are the local bookies offering when he gets cut for.... reasons?


I'm wondering which active player is going to get cut for their tone deaf Twitter response to all of this.

Cole Beasley is probably a -500 bet right now.
 
2021-06-22 6:33:04 AM  

dletter: Just purely based on NFL even being close to social percentages, there are likely at least 50 to 70 gay players in the NFL right now.

I am wondering if now that the doors been opened, we might get a bunch more feeling comfortable enough, especially depending on how the next few days reaction goes around the league.


Um...  The NFL is made up of the most elite at their given profession, they aren't going to trend with societal norms.  Other things that will not track close are ; the NBA, the NHL, CEOs, the PGA, Olympic swimmers, Honor Students and the list goes on.
 
2021-06-22 6:59:06 AM  
Charles Haley nods and tugs approvingly
 
2021-06-22 8:03:06 AM  

king of vegas: Trump voters will hate him. I know a lot of Trump voters that are pro gay and pro-choice and anti-deficit, but they vote anti-gay, anti-choice and pro-deficit for some reason.


Who gives a fark what they think? Shouldn't they be in year 3 or 4 of boycotting the NFL anyway?
 
2021-06-22 8:04:56 AM  

king of vegas: Trump voters will hate him. I know a lot of Trump voters that are pro gay and pro-choice and anti-deficit, but they vote anti-gay, anti-choice and pro-deficit for some reason.


Hate. The reason you're looking for is hate. They are how they vote.
 
2021-06-22 8:34:19 AM  

king of vegas: Trump voters will hate him. I know a lot of Trump voters that are pro gay and pro-choice and anti-deficit, but they vote anti-gay, anti-choice and pro-deficit for some reason.


Who farking cares what those farking traitors farking think.  Fark them.

Fark.
 
2021-06-22 8:59:44 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Good for him.

Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?

It ain't over until it's over for all of us.  We shouldn't have to come out.  It shouldn't be a thing.


I don't know....how sexy do you look in glasses?

Sorry - I can't help saying something stupid from time to time. Should be a nothing burger but SOMEONE will make it a something burger.

Good for him. However, I still hope the Dolphins run over them in September.
 
2021-06-22 9:21:38 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Meanwhile, a couple troublemakers in my town are putting it about that I'm gay, and do we really want someone "like that" working in the library around our kids and grandkids?


...I'm willing to bet at least one of them has had inappropriate contact with a minor...
 
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