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lol, Christianity? Traditional Marriage?

You do know you're on Crunchyroll right? this website is swarming with liberals, they will eat you alive on here.

You best keep that kind of stuff to your self, or a small group of people.

The tolerant left wingers on here are only "tolerant" when you agree with their kumbaya view of the world.



But it appears the left has no monopoly on vitriol




What can be considered as "vitriolic comments" are usually subjective.

To me, the left are the ones who like to spout off loads of horeshit.

But that's just my opinion...
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This is the only "Professional" argument I actually buy. As far as I'm concerned Yes the rest of you are just using professionalism as mask and wouldn't care if it had been for a cause you liked.

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Woohoo I'm flying a rainbow.


Glad you thought it held some value, pagagolfwhiskey.

I think the most important thing is that we start treating each other with respect and love, even if we don't agree. We are NEVER all going to agree as a human race. We're individuals. But...maybe... if we can get to a point that we can treat people with love and respect regardless of opposing opinions we'll find the world in a more peaceful and happier place.



On another note, for everyone:

I know there is a lot of hate and discrimination coming from people clothed in the banner of Christianity, especially towards the gay community, and it makes me sad because that's not what Christ taught. Christ said the two most important commandments man should follow is to love God with all he or she has, and to love your neighbor as you love yourself. That's all-inclusive. That's not ONLY the ones you see eye to eye with, or the ones you think are living life holy. That's everyone. So, I just want to say that I am sorry if people have treated you with hate and discrimination, and maybe made you bitter about what they presented as Christianity. That isn't what following Christ is about, and I just wanted to say I'm sorry for how you've been treated in that misrepresentation.
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DarkFrostX wrote:



lol, Christianity? Traditional Marriage?

You do know you're on Crunchyroll right? this website is swarming with liberals, they will eat you alive on here.

You best keep that kind of stuff to your self, or a small group of people.

The tolerant left wingers on here are only "tolerant" when you agree with their kumbaya view of the world.


And the Conservatives who are for Constitutional and States rights are only for them unless they don't agree with them
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papagolfwhiskey wrote:
This is the only "Professional" argument I actually buy. As far as I'm concerned Yes the rest of you are just using professionalism as mask and wouldn't care if it had been for a cause you liked.

Edit:

Woohoo I'm flying a rainbow.


Glad you thought it held some value, pagagolfwhiskey.

I think the most important thing is that we start treating each other with respect and love, even if we don't agree. We are NEVER all going to agree as a human race. We're individuals. But...maybe... if we can get to a point that we can treat people with love and respect regardless of opposing opinions we'll find the world in a more peaceful and happier place.



On another note, for everyone:

I know there is a lot of hate and discrimination coming from people clothed in the banner of Christianity, especially towards the gay community, and it makes me sad because that's not what Christ taught. Christ said the two most important commandments man should follow is to love God with all he or she has, and to love your neighbor as you love yourself. That's all-inclusive. That's not ONLY the ones you see eye to eye with, or the ones you think are living life holy. That's everyone. So, I just want to say that I am sorry if people have treated you with hate and discrimination, and maybe made you bitter about what they presented as Christianity. That isn't what following Christ is about, and I just wanted to say I'm sorry for how you've been treated in that misrepresentation.


Well you are certainly a relief after being talked at by wingopanda elsewhere. Began with leviticus and went downhill from there. Even called all 2 million or so adherents of the United church of Canada non-christians because they didn't believe as he did.

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Fine, you may call them "Christians" but just like gay marriage they are not real "marriages"
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PapaGregory wrote:


DarkFrostX wrote:



lol, Christianity? Traditional Marriage?

You do know you're on Crunchyroll right? this website is swarming with liberals, they will eat you alive on here.

You best keep that kind of stuff to your self, or a small group of people.

The tolerant left wingers on here are only "tolerant" when you agree with their kumbaya view of the world.


And the Conservatives who are for Constitutional and States rights are only for them unless they don't agree with them


Really? because this ruling was everything but state rights.

Read the Chief Justice's dissent.

Even so, I'm not against this ruling, people can bang who ever they want behind close doors.

The only issue I have with gay anything, is that almost all the new television shows that I preview seem to be inclined in showing me two men or women swapping spit.

Not in to that, ( at least the men part....) so it's a little jarring, though I know that I will now be labeled a homophobe for not enjoying gay sex like a good little tolerant citizen.
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Posted 6/29/15 , edited 6/29/15

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No they don't have to it is in the contract that they don't have to this is why when you sign a contract you really should read it first. The problem with your example is the photographer wouldn't even let them through the door if it was a gay couple so they wouldn't need to worry about the money in the first place they would just need to find someone willing.



Yes, that would make sense that they would be able to refuse service. Of course, as things currently stand, if they were to refuse service then they would get sued, harassed, and fined by the government, possibly loosing the ability to continue their line of work. So, I could see why some with less conviction might go ahead and agree even when they don't support gay marriage.


If it was a valid reason to refuse service sure you could do that but a what a person does in their bedroom with another consenting adult isn't a reason to refuse service. You need a valid reason to refuse service without that the company is not in the right since the company would be causing harm to the customer. As long as the customer can show harm the company is going to lose the suit.

How does same sex marriage cause harm to the business it is a new opportunity to earn more money.

The person that actually sums up how I feel about this best is Henry Rollins just look up his Big Think video on it. Oh warning it is Rollins which means he drops words some may find objectionable.
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Posted 6/29/15 , edited 6/29/15

DarkFrostX wrote:


PapaGregory wrote:


DarkFrostX wrote:



lol, Christianity? Traditional Marriage?

You do know you're on Crunchyroll right? this website is swarming with liberals, they will eat you alive on here.

You best keep that kind of stuff to your self, or a small group of people.

The tolerant left wingers on here are only "tolerant" when you agree with their kumbaya view of the world.


And the Conservatives who are for Constitutional and States rights are only for them unless they don't agree with them


Really? because this ruling was everything but, state rights.

Read the Chief Justice's dissent.


I was talking about how conservatives use to bitch how some state legalized gay marriage or legalize marijuana.
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Fine, you may call them "Christians" but just like gay marriage they are not real "marriages"


Far from it, Legal status vs Dictionary fact

But hey, People are happy
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THIS.
The word "traditional" is often used by bigots who are trying to justify their bigotry, anyway.




Not at all disagreeing that bigots exist. However, I think that a lot of times, the word "bigot" is used when the person honestly feels no hate or judgement, but is only following a certain set of religious teachings (which they have a right to do).

I'm split on the issue.

I do support traditional marriage, and disagree with homosexual marriage, from a religious standpoint. I'm a Christian, and the bible is fairly clear on the issue. I would not attend or officiate a homosexual marriage.

However, my religious beliefs should not (and thankfully no longer do) impose on the rights of homosexual couples to follow what they believe. Most Christians want to say that our nation should be a Christian nation. OKAY, so which version of Christianity do you want to follow? Catholic? Protestant? Which denomination? Not to mention, a government established by religion is not a democracy at all. They fail to see that by protecting the rights of everyone, they themselves are being protected.

That's not hate, though. Just ignorance.

So, in short, I FULLY support the rights of homosexual individuals to marry who they want, I just do not believe that the marriage is acknowledged by God. Of course, I don't believe in divorce, either. Because divorce does not exist in "traditional" marriage. At the end of the day, though, I also believe that only God can judge.

And if you disagree, that's cool. Just don't accuse me of having hate in my heart, because I don't.

We've foolishly come into to this belief that tolerance and love are the same thing as support and agreement. Not so. I love you and tolerate your beliefs. I do this by supporting your right to have those beliefs, make your choices, and not judging for it. On the same token, many Christians fall short of that mark because they think they must impose their beliefs on those they feel are "misguided." They do not understand that supporting someone's rights is not the same as supporting what they do with them. God granted mankind freewill, who are we to take it away, even in his name?


lol, Christianity? Traditional Marriage?

You do know you're on Crunchyroll right? this website is swarming with liberals, they will eat you alive on here.

You best keep that kind of stuff to your self, or a small group of people.

The tolerant left wingers on here are only "tolerant" when you agree with their kumbaya view of the world.




If that's the case, how come they aren't alot of yaoi and yuri fans that post stuff like it?


I find that a bit perplexing.
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This conversation is really funny.

In Florida, retainers can be non-refundable provided that services are actually provided and the fees are not excessive for the work actually performed. Even retainers for lawyers, such as for divorces, can be either fully or partially refundable if no actual work was performed. The key is that contracts may only be canceled via the terms as defined in the contract and any contract in Florida is fully refundable within 3 days. It is standard practice that this notice must be in writing, but an e-mail does not constitute written notice in Florida as it does not bear a signature.

So my question is: Can anyone point to where the client provided an official cancelation of the contract? And what the timing of this was?

If not, that photographer may have actually ended up making the donation with his own money and have to end up providing the services as contracted.

Personally, while I fully support the photographer keeping the funds if the client violated the terms of the contract, photography is a business based on reputation and it is not always in your best interests to drive customers away in such an unprofessional (and now public) fashion.
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Posted 6/29/15 , edited 6/29/15

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I was talking about how conservatives use to bitch how some state legalized gay marriage or legalize marijuana.


I have no idea what you'e talking about.

Conservatives wanted states to be ones to decide how this debate goes.

Supreme court said no, so now we have gay marriage everywhere.

Not sure where you're coming off at about state rights when this ruling clearly doesn't care about what the states had to say.

The 14th amendment triumph over the 10th on this one.

By the way who bitched about it? no conservative state legalized either one of those two.

I doubt they gave a damn about Massachusetts having gay marriage, and Colorado having pot.

It did not affect their state.
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saw that on fb haha
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Non-refundable fee is fine, but only if it is explicitly stated and the company is limited on choice of whether or not to give the fee back or not. If a company chooses to return it to certain clients and not returning it to others just because of personal beliefs of the owner, then as a client I would refrain to use any services of that company. By the way I support gay rights and particularly gay marriage, but that is disturbing.
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