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Registered on:12/11/2012
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re: What is the Gay Agenda? - sacredcow
[quote]On an individual level, sure. Although there are plenty of health risks, aside from STD's and the psych problems that accompany it, the anal sphincter is not mean to be penetrated in that way. It can cause serious damage. Gays can exercise caution, not all gays receive anal sex, but to say it...
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re: House Republicans trying to amend Constitution to ban gay marriage - sacredcow
[quote]Everybody currently has the right to get married. It has always been that way. Find someone of the opposite sex and get married. [/quote] Yep. I did that- got married at 22 despite the knowledge that I was gay. It lasted 8 years and thus wasted 16 years of life (8 of mine, and 8 of hers)...
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re: Christian Company forced to print gay pride t-shirts, attend diversity training - sacredcow
according to the linked article... it is what it is....
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re: Christian Company forced to print gay pride t-shirts, attend diversity training - sacredcow
As with the "Christian" baker debacle- both sides are being whiny little attention-ho' beeyotches. Right or wrong, Lexington has the fairness ordinance that says a business open to the public can't discriminate. So there are 2 easy options: 1. Refuse the work citing inability to deliver the pro...
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re: Tom and Jerry cartoons racist - sacredcow
I was a *HUGE* T&J fan when I was a kid, and I seem to recall that sometime in the 1990's (or maybe late 1980's), they began to edit out and/or stop playing the shorts with some of the objectionable elements. I definitely remember that they over-dubbed the speech of Tom's owner with a very generic-...
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re: Favorite Rum - sacredcow
Lately, Angostura 1919...
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re: NY "women only" cab company - sacredcow
[quote]Of course a lot of black people would use an app to call for ANY taxi to pick them up in the rain.[/quote] I spent a good bit of time in Seattle last summer (much of it without a vehicle), and Uber is a VAST improvement over traditional taxis that may or may not show up after repeated call...
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re: NY "women only" cab company - sacredcow
[quote]Would those enlightened people on this site who have no problem with the "shetaxis" also have no problem if instead of providing "shetaxis" those companies provided "hetaxis" for only men to use which had only men drivers?[/quote] No problem with that concept at all- I'm all into the idea ...
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re: NY "women only" cab company - sacredcow
Utterly failing to see how this affects anybody who isn't a woman who wants to (probably) pay more for a taxi that is guaranteed to be driven by a woman... :confused:...
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re: For the first time since Records began, More single people than married in U.S. - sacredcow
[quote]The people who are marrying and breeding are folks that don't have western blood in them. [/quote] White devils, like the dinosaurs, your time of reign is finite......
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re: The implications of the forced gay marriage legislation - sacredcow
[quote]Then why is it being forced through by a few individuals? If that's true, keep fighting the fight, and then run it through Congress or a direct vote.[/quote] Among many reasons is the fact that very few, if any, elected law/policy makers at any level truly represent the will of their const...
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re: The implications of the forced gay marriage legislation - sacredcow
[quote]majority of people in a free and democratic country don't want it[/quote] Not exactly true anymore. It's at the tipping point, give or take....
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re: Specs location - sacredcow
Definitely Smith Street. Most of the others are smaller, although the one on the corner of Bissonnet and Weslayan is OK....
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re: Specs in Houston - sacredcow
[quote]DO NOT WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY! Specs is not open on Sundays. I speak from experience. I have made that fatal mistake.[/quote] X2 :wah: Spec's is one of the reasons that I tolerate monthly trips to Houston....
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re: Suggestions needed for jury duty rejection - sacredcow
Judge-dependent. And making up things to get excused pisses most of them off. At best, you'll be berated and you can bet that they'll hold you in the pool for as long as they can. At worst, they could possibly slap a contempt charge against you. Not that I have a lot of respect for how they ru...
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re: When do you think automation of fast food stores will arrive for good? - sacredcow
I loathe having to use the automated kiosk at the airport and the self-checkout line at the grocery store. Theoretically, it should be faster and more efficient. True enough, that it takes an unskilled job away from someone, but that's another debate. The problem with these things is that no ma...
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re: Keeping Guacamole from turning brown - sacredcow
Air is the biggest factor- anything to keep exposure to air at a minimum (sealing plastic wrap against the surface is one option), but the acidity of lemon/lime also seems to have a preservative effect. Combine the two- brush the top with a little lime juice and seal plastic wrap against the top. ...
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re: Old Fashioned Recipe? - sacredcow
Pretty good discussion of the topic [link=(http://www.jeffreymorgenthaler.com/2012/brandy-old-fashioned/)]HERE[/link] Like a lot of classics, it has been modified and branched out in all directions for various purposes. I make a heavily-modified version: +1-2 sugar cubes (I use 1- some people...
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re: Arguments against gay marriage - sacredcow
[quote]If you find a Christian harping on one sin over another it may be because God has charged that person to defend that part of his teaching.[/quote] So God consistently charges known and admitted serial adulterers (pick a televangelist or god-invoking politician) with being his mouthpieces o...
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re: Jars of Clay frontman earns ire for position on gay marriage - sacredcow
[quote]My wife and I have no deity. If the government was not involved, how would we have gotten married?[/quote] The second option. Legally speaking, it's a civil union, but you can call it Marriage if you like. Or you could call it something else entirely....
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