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I do too. but what i find amazing is how fast chick fil a backed down.. It shows that the almighty dollar is more important than character.

I may not agree with someones stands but have respect for those who will stand by what they believe in the face of adversity.


 
 
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It is beyond disgusting that the approval for a building permit of a private business hinged upon the chain being politically acceptable to this clown.

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Chick-fil-A, the fast-food chain that sparked a firestorm earlier this year after its president made public comments against same-sex marriage, has agreed to stop funding antigay groups, a Chicago alderman says. Joe Moreno, the alderman whose opposition of a proposed Chick-fil-A on Chicago's north side helped fuel the controversy, told the Chicago Tribune the company has pledged to include a statement of respect for all sexual orientations in a memo to staffers, and has promised that the WinShape Foundations, its not-for-profit arm, would no longer contribute money to groups that oppose gay marriage. Moreno said he will recommend that Chick-fil-A's construction plans be approved.


 
 
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I think a few of these stories belong in the Political Forum.

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A 41-year-old mother has been charged with helping a group of middle school students vandalize a neighbor's home using raw chicken, condiments and tampons, WFAA reports.

Tara Mauney of Colleyville, Texas has been charged with felony criminal mischief in connection with her alleged role in the prank, which caused nearly $6,000 worth of damage.

An affidavit states that police arrived at the home of Jodie Rishel on July 25, and found the entire house covered in toilet paper, according to the Mail Online. Two raw chicken halves were stuffed into a mailbox, and a toilet had been placed in the driveway.

Tampons and sanitary napkins soaked in ketchup were stuck in the home's windows, peanut butter was smeared on driveway pillars, and the word "sluts" was written in the driveway in mustard. Other insults, including "suck it" and "whore house" were written on the home's walls in black sharpie.

Rishel told authorities she had been hosting a sleepover and pool party for her 12-year-old daughter and a few friends, the Star-Telegram reports. At around 2 am, Rishel and the girls say they saw a group of people -- including Mauney and several classmates of the girls -- running away from Rishel's front yard. They then noticed toilet paper in the trees and saw that the home had been vandalized.

Security footage from a local Walmart allegedly shows Mauney entering the store with five middle school-age girls and three middle school-age boys earlier on the night of the vandalism. Mauney reportedly purchased three 36-packs of toilet paper and posed for a photo with the eight children. ===================================

This is what you get when mom thinks that she's her teenager's daughter/son friend. Your role is to be their parent, a positively guiding parental figure. Not a cool friend! There is nothing, not a single thing that is cool about a parent that tries to be cool and friends with their teenager and the teenager's friends.

Mom needs a life.

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A quiet recluse who died with $200 in his bank account surprised Carson City, Nev. officials when they were inspecting his run-of-the mill home to put it up for sale. Inside Walter Samaszko Jr.'s 1,200-square-foot house, officials found stashes of gold coins and bullion. $7 million worth of it. "You never anticipate running into anything like this," Carson City Clerk-Recorder Alan Glover told the Los Angeles Times." This guy was everybody's next-door neighbor." Glover told the Tahoe Daily Tribune that several boxes of coins were found all neatly wrapped in aluminum foil in Samaszko's garage. "There were dos-pesos smaller than a dime, five-peso coins, $20 gold pieces, gold sovereigns, Austrian ducats, Krugerrands," Glover said. "You name it, (he) had it." He had so much gold it took two trips on wheelbarrows to haul it out, the Daily Tribune reported. Officials also searched crawl spaces and used a metal detector in his yard to ensure they found all the gold, according to the Daily Tribune. "He was a hoarder — there was everything inside that home you could think of," Glover told the L.A. Times. "The workers found a crawl space from the garage. That led to everything else." The gold is currently being stored in an vault. According to the local newspaper, Samaszko, 69, lived in the house with his mother since the 1960s. His mother died in 1992. Glover said neighbors knew little about him other than that he was quiet and not a problem. "He didn't socialize. He wasn't exactly a hermit — he shopped for groceries and talked with at least one elderly neighbor." Glover told the Times. "In his garage was a 1968 Mustang he bought new." "He never went to a doctor," Glover said. "He was obsessed with getting diseases from shots." There were some conspiracy theory books in the home along with several guns and $12,000 in cash, according to the Daily Tribune. Glover said Samaszko's mother kept detailed records of gold purchases from the 1960s. After her death he continued with the record keeping, apparently buying from a local coin dealer. The source of his and his mother's wealth was that his father was a vice president of the J. Harris Pie Co., which sold out to what is now Mrs. Smith's Pie Co. before he died, the Daily Tribune reports. Samaszko appears to have only one relative to claim the wealth — a first cousin who is a substitute teacher in San Rafael, Calif. Glover says Carson City officials will need to work with the IRS, which he says may require some taxes on the total amount of gold depending if Samaszko and his mother filed proper tax returns over the years. "Our goal is to get the most money for the heir," Glover said.


 
 
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Iran used to be the modern capital of Islam before 1979. The Shah brought Europe to Iran. Women were wearing bell bottoms, platform shoes, had big hair, and everything that the rest of the world had in the 70's.

Imagine going from that to being forced to wear that horrid fabric? And god help you should you not be dressed in one.

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Nope, not in this case. Have you never seen how these women get beaten up by the moral police in Iran, Afghanistan? etc... how many times did women get the crap beat out of them because pants were showing from under their hijab? Maybe she's had enough?

Do I justify violence, no. I always say that war is not an answer nor is an altercation. But this is a different situation, different society where women still get stoned to death for dressing inappropriately, sometimes even for being raped.

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" I wish that all women, around the entire globe, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, regardless of their beliefs, rose up and stood up to their oppressors and said no! "

Saying no, or telling him to go fuck a camel - I would have thought was fine. Nearly killing someone is probably a little over the top, don't you think?

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Not that I think Mr. "Islam commands it" is a nice guy, but I'm also not sure beating someone within an inch of their life is entirely justifiable as retaliation for telling someone to cover up.....

If a priest (or anyone) told anyone that - or even called them "stanky cunt cum dumpsters" - anything - and was beaten up like that, the assaulting individuals would be charged with aggravated assault or possibly attempted murder, and rightfully so.

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