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Comment on Have a Nice Day by Matthew the Oilman

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 01:46:05 +0000

Ditto on the vacation. Great video, the title should be:Atack of the Happy Japanese Salary Man.



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by runningrn

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 00:27:42 +0000

Holy crap, these kids today are losers! I graduated from college at age 21 in May, took my nursing boards in July, started working as a graduate nurse in July on middle shift making like $12/hour—got health insurance and enrolled in a pension plan upon my hiring, found out I passed my boards in September which is also when I turned 22 years old, bought a brand new Ford Escort without power steering or A/C which only had a left side mirror and no rear defrost because it was what I could afford (my dad did co-sign my loan). Paid off my student loans before I got married at age 24 (after I moved 3000 miles to the other coast. Hubby and I lived in a small, one bedroom apartment, saved our money so we could buy a house 2 1/2 years after we got married and put 20% down as the down payment (so we didn’t have to get PMI). We made sacrifices and drove reliable but inexpensive cars (Hello Ford Escort 2.0–only that one got power steering, A/C, 2 sideview mirrors and a rear defroster, lol!) We hardly ate out, I clipped coupons, and our vacas were limited to visiting my family on the East Coast once a year. Kids these days want to maintain the same lifestyle they have enjoyed living with their dual income parents. It’s insane. They don’t grow up!



Comment on Have a Nice Day by Larry

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 19:07:38 +0000

Have a good, safe time!



Comment on Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I by Aerinyes

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 18:34:21 +0000

Celebration of sin. A wedding is a party. A celebration. In this case, of sinful activities, to wit homosexual activity. Asking a christian to participate in the celebration of sin is the same as asking a christian to participate in a sin. It's sinful. I have no idea why you're having such a hard time with this concept, or why you're adamantly refusing to answer questions about the powers you want government to have. Why do you want the government to have the power to forcefully coerce people to participate in things they view as immoral, simply because some jerks offered them some money? Why the * do people view it as a win when some jackass files a lawsuit alleging discrimination against the deaf in regards to a free service; such as I dunno a series of free videos on youtube relating to some mildly interesting educational point put out by a college that, unfortunately, doesn't have subtitles because that would cost the college money and make it unfeasible to release the videos for free. This then forces the college to take it down so they're not discriminating against the deaf...but now no one has access to it. Go on facebook, let all your friends know this cakeshop won't bake wedding cakes for teh gays, or spend five years trying to ruin a guy's life? I know which one I'd pick, because frankly I'm not that vindictive. Answer a question, Cas. Defend your own view. Why is this worth 5 years? Would you be willing to use state sponsored force to require a baker to bake a cake celebrating Nazi symbols and the third reich, or the rise of the fourth reich, if that baker objects to doing so on religious grounds? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating Samhain? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating Easter? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating MAGA? What is the compelling government reason to force someone to participate in something they view as sinful and evil? Should a black photographer be compelled by the government to take photos for a Ku Klux Klan event?



Comment on Have a Nice Day by V the K

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 17:56:00 +0000

Gay leftists claim that net neutrality hurts gay people of course http://thefederalist.com/2017/12/15/no-lifting-net-neutrality-doesnt-hurt-gay-people/



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by RSG

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 16:50:42 +0000

In a natural disaster these folks will be among the first to die.
Thankfully, for the rest of us who will remain behind.



Comment on Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I by Cas

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 16:36:52 +0000

Hi Aerinyes, Love the sinner, hate the sin. OK. Could you please explain to me why the act of marriage is a sin here? Because, I don't understand your reasoning. Marriage (the activity of getting married) is not a sin. The sin is the homosexual activity. What am I missing here?



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by Niall

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 15:42:03 +0000

“I don't want to just go out there and apply for health insurance, and it be all kinds of wrong and I can't afford it," she said. In a natural disaster these folks will be among the first to die.



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by Zendo Deb

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 04:07:57 +0000

When I graduated from college I moved from Chicago to Silicon Valley. My mother said I moved as far away as I could go without getting my feet wet. By 26 I had bought a 1/2 interest in a house. (You couldn't afford to buy a house by yourself in the crazy SF Bay Area market - one of the things that pushed me to leave.) So I had health insurance (via work), a retirement plan, investments outside of my retirement plan, a mortgage ... The move to California wasn't a mistake in and of itself, it was just never going to be possible to get ahead in the insane market where everything is more expensive than it needed to be. And most people were caught up in the lifestyle. The right car, the right apartment, the right restaurants for dinner,... Moving back to Chicago was the mistake. I left again several years later.



Comment on Pervnado Continues to Ravage the Progressive Film Industry by Blair Ivey

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 01:15:52 +0000

So pedophiles want to mainstream their deviancy so their victims can perpetuate the abuse on others and then claim they're blameless because they were . . . abused? As someone once observed: "Does that make sense to you?"



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by Conservative guy

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 01:07:46 +0000

Sounds familiar, V the K. At 26, I did not have any health insurance, and I was living all on my own about 1800 miles from where I grew up. For years, I have regarded that 1800-mile move as the single biggest mistake of my life.



Comment on TFW You Have No Idea If This Is Supposed to Be Satire by scr_north

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 00:57:49 +0000

Wow, this guy's trying a little too hard to get laid.



Comment on Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I by aerinyes

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:55:04 +0000

In lots of Christian sects, homosexuality is a sin–so the gay couple are sinful according to those folks. Wouldn’t your logic suggest that the baker has the right to not only not sell them a wedding cake, but also no cake at all? That follows from your logic doesn’t it? That is what Justice Kennedy is getting at, in the quote I offered at #34, right?
Called out. As -repeatedly stated- Cas, since you appear to be incapable of reading and comprehending this for some reason. Hate the sin. Not the sinner. Jesus went among the sinners and helped them, but he did not go among the sinners to help them sin. There is nothing sinful or immoral in the Christian tradition about selling a sinner - or in this case, a homosexual couple - a cake. There is something immoral about helping them celebrate their sins. Would it be immoral, Cas, to refuse to sell a habitual drunkard a drink, because the merchant feared they would drink themselves to death, and they did not wish to be a part of it?



Comment on Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I by aerinyes

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:45:52 +0000

As -repeatedly- stated, baker was perfectly willing to sell them any other cake, and offers were made, to sell them any cake already premade, including icing and decorations, as well as to sell them other cakes. Baker was not willing to design a wedding cake for a gay couple. Was willing to do other things. Not that. Continued willful mischaracterization does you no favors. Legalities should not - cannot - be decided by passion and emotion. I notice you still decline to answer the questions posed of you. This ruling will not exist in a vacuum, affecting only the Christians and the homosexuals. Case precedent matters. Look forward to the future. Cas, baker is a known Christian who has refused cakes to other people for occasions celebrating things that he sees as sinful or inviting sin, such as divorce parties and Halloween. It would be difficult to prove, but it's certainly reasonable to believe that there's a non-zero chance that this baker was specifically targeted because of his faith and actions with his business. Do not forget that this gay couple has spent years on this case and far more money than a cake is worth. 5 years, this gay couple has spent on this case. The opportunity costs of the time alone... This is not about the cake. This is the purposeful targeting and destruction of someone who does not fling themselves with sufficient vigor at progressive causes. Stalinism at its finest. Look forward to the future, Cas. Knock on effects. Cas, would you be willing to use state sponsored force to require a baker to bake a cake celebrating Nazi symbols and the third reich, or the rise of the fourth reich, if that baker objects to doing so on religious grounds? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating Samhain? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating Easter? If that same baker refuses to bake a cake celebrating MAGA? What is the compelling government reason to force someone to participate in something they view as sinful and evil? Should a black photographer be compelled by the government to take photos for a Ku Klux Klan event?



Comment on TFW You Have No Idea If This Is Supposed to Be Satire by KCRob

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:34:09 +0000

This is Serious Opinion Journalism, don't you know. Next week, the author will attempt to explain how Lord Voldemort became evil because his mother, who was abused by her crazy father and brother, abandoned him resulting in his hatred of womyn. Perhaps he'll write about Popeye sometime - I always wondered why he strung Olive Oyl along for so long.



Comment on Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I by Cas

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:31:03 +0000

Hi Aerinyes, "Baker is perfectly willing to decorate cakes for anyone." Really? Could you please reconcile this with what Cole said, as quoted above? "Cole said the dispute did not involve words or speech. “The only thing the baker knew about these customers was that they were gay,” he said. “There was no request for a design. There was no request for message. He refused to sell any wedding cake. And that’s identity-based discrimination.”" Did Cole get the facts wrong here? Because if he didn't, the baker was not prepared to sell to "anyone." He was prepared to sell to anyone who wasn't going to use the cake in a gay wedding. And as for that point about conflation surrounding a gay wedding and gay people. How do you separate the gay people from the gay wedding? Why couldn't the baker just sell them a cake with icing and let them decide what they wanted to do with it in terms of extra messaging? In lots of Christian sects, homosexuality is a sin--so the gay couple are sinful according to those folks. Wouldn't your logic suggest that the baker has the right to not only not sell them a wedding cake, but also no cake at all? That follows from your logic doesn't it? That is what Justice Kennedy is getting at, in the quote I offered at #34, right? And V the K, Could it also be the case that the plaintiffs went to this baker because he was known to be very good? If you can show me the evidence that they deliberately targeted him to make trouble for him because of his ideas, beliefs, and previous refusals, I would consider that something that was definitely not kosher. It wouldn't make the baker right, but it would definitely lessen the moral authority of the plaintiffs. They are using him as a means to an end.



Comment on How Will They Ever Survive? by Pawfurbehr

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 23:00:13 +0000

When I was 26, I had free health insurance through my employer that was about 16 years ago.



Comment on TFW You Have No Idea If This Is Supposed to Be Satire by Ted B. (Charging Rhino)

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:00:13 +0000

I never had a thematic-problem with Anakin Skywalker becoming Darth Vader. I had a huge problem swallowing the bilge-crap surrounding "how" he fell from grace. In-fact his whole life-arc (courtesy of George Lucas) up to his striding aboard the Diplomatic Shuttle at the beginning of The New Hope -- or in Rouge-One -- is intolerable utter-swill. The best villains are not "explained"; they just are, springing-forth full-formed like Athena. After all the insipid, navel-gazing whining and ineffectual to'ing-and-fro'ing by the Republican "leadership and the Jedi Council; I'd have sent the whole lot of them to-the-wall myself, just on "general principles".



Comment on TFW You Have No Idea If This Is Supposed to Be Satire by Sean L

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:45:16 +0000

The Jedi fell was because George Lucas is not nearly smart or talented enough to create the Shakespearean tragedy he wanted, and so they fell because of stupidity and the mother of all convoluted schemes. Also, because the script said so. The only thanks George Lucas should be given with regards to Star Wars is having the dedication and courage to make the first one. The prequels proved that much of what is good about Star Wars came from those reading the lines, working behind the scenes, and creating new works set in the universe.



Comment on Progressives Want to Make Dog Lives Shorter and More Miserable by Rex

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:07:42 +0000

Vegan pajama boys..... it's getting very hard to be gay any more..... "where's the beef?".