|KnowFuture - 2009-11-08 |
Way to allow criticism and discourse by disabling comments you fucking pussy. Not even sure how to rate this.
|Hooker - 2009-11-08 |
So-called five stars.
because Hooker says 5 staring things is legal.
|zatojones - 2009-11-08 |
those clever faggots!
|simon666 - 2009-11-08 |
I felt as a ____(biggot)____ that homosexuality is bad stuff. If I was within earshot of this guy I'd probably say "shut up fag" every time he opened his mouth to utter anything, ever.
That first quote was a paraphrased quote from the star of this video. The second sentence was the insult I would lob at him.
|moral sex - 2009-11-08 |
Hey guy, did you know? You can have all sorts of beliefs! You can believe that them there faggots should be burnin' in hell, or that 9/11 was a plot by Zionist Jewish ex-CIA Bush clones, or even that Borock Hussein Nosamabama is a reptilian Illuminati overlord sent here to destroy the white race with death panels and socialized communism.
And the best part is that if you keep it all to yourself, nothing bad happens!
|humbert_humbert - 2009-11-08 |
OMG. She brought up her upcoming marriage 4 TIMES that day. How rude of her!
He just wanted to let her know that that was bad stuff.
|jesustweak - 2009-11-08 |
In Massachusetts it is illegal for you to offend homosexuals by refusing their advances.
|Binro the Heretic - 2009-11-08 |
I'm sure we're getting the full story, here.
Enjoy your so-called persecution, God-boy.
|infinite zest - 2009-11-08 |
The last ten seconds or so leads me to believe he has first-hand experience
|jangbones - 2009-11-08 |
Me thinks thou dost protest too much.
|MaulLove - 2009-11-08 |
The Fox News article on the story is full of gems: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,572862,00.html?test=latestnews
"I found it offensive that she repeatedly brought it up," Vidala said. "By the fourth time she mentioned it, I felt God wanted me to express how I felt about the matter, so I did. But my tone was downright apologetic. I said, 'Regarding your homosexuality, I think that's bad stuff.'" [...]
Vidala disputes using the words "deviant" and "immoral" during conversations with human resources employees on the matter.
"I did say I regard that lifestyle as deviant, as in deviating from the norm, but I never, ever said to that to the [manager]," he said[...]
"I see, like all real Christians, homosexuals as people who, like me, are sinners and need to be told the truth in a loving way," he said. "In this situation, I took issue with the behavior. I think it's lunacy to call that type of behavior marriage in any kind of form. I had to express that I'm intolerant of that behavior. It's a love-the-sinner, hate-the-sin kind of deal."
I've already found a few bigots around the Internet that have amused me, although I'm not certain if they qualify as an crusade yet.
This quote is taken from Alaska Pride, "Alaska's most politically incorrect blog[.] Alaska Pride addresses multiple issues ranging from politics, the environment, religion, and even race."
"During the visit, the other manager, who remains unidentified by name but is a lesbian, mentioned FOUR DIFFERENT TIMES that she was marrying her partner, a woman. Vidala said he briefly left the store to visit the airport's chapel, then upon his return, took issue with the manager mentioning her impending marriage FOUR DIFFERENT TIMES."
I found this other quote on some trucker forums:
"He should've kept his mouth shut about it! These liberal, gay marriage types are just lookin' for a reason to come after you and ruin your life for not accepting their particular perversion. "
They'll come after you with their big hard perversions and ruin your life until you scream with pleasure.
|Merzbau - 2009-11-08 |
it was on the news this mroing a worker in ma OH GOD I CAN'T GO THROUGH WITH IT
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-11-08 |
My favorite part about this video is how he tries to mix his uptight indignation with his nebbish persecution complex.
Actually, I take it back. My favorite thing about his video is how he fails at mixing his uptight indignation with his nebbish persecution complex.
|Meerkat - 2009-11-08 |
God is telling this fellow to use hair gel. At least that's what God told me. I feel that God wants this fellow to use hair gel. Or perhaps mousse. Yes, God wants him to use mousse. I can feel it, Dave. I can feel it.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2009-11-08 |
If I were a manager and an employee expressed an opinion that because I was born a particular way is immoral and wrong then I would fire them because not only is it an irrational belief, but because it is offensive and insulting.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-11-09 |
Too the lions with him!
You know, why did we stop feeding these guys to lions?
Because they managed to take over for a few hundred years.
We wouldn't have to deal with any of this shit if it weren't for Constantine.
|The Townleybomb - 2009-11-09 |
I do have to concede that being able to be a dick to your boss without consequence is a pretty basic American right.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-11-09 |
Try the following sentence, airport dude:
"As a Christian, I don't that think if you're black, you should mention it around me. You're black, but talking about being black is against my beliefs because being black is immoral".
Yeah, that's totally not going to get you fired either.
|Xenocide - 2009-11-09 |
Why are the biggest homophobes always the ones who come off as most stereotypically gay? Oh wait, I know why.
|brujas y mothman - 2009-11-09 |
ICE CREAM MAN! Who wants to listen to this fag when the ice cream man is here?
|pastorofmuppets - 2009-11-09 |
Morality is relative. Maybe not from person to person but certainly from era to era. We seem to be getting better at it. Taken in that light, it would seem that basing your morality on a literal reading of documents that are thousands of years old is...well it's crazy, right? I think it's weird that calling that crazy puts you in the minority.
Maybe they should have democratic religions, or Bible amendments or something. Every 50 years we get to vote on some shit that's no longer a sin.
|Rudy - 2009-11-09 |
I would have fired him just for that haircut.
|memedumpster - 2009-11-09 |
No one cries when the irritating Christian fuck gets fired. No one. I bet they threw a party.
|dead_cat - 2009-11-09 |
Oh, fuck you, buddy. If her babbling about her upcoming marriage annoyed you, you could have just found some way to politely request that she not bring up such a distracting topic so much. You wouldn't have even had to mention how The Gay drives you wild.
|magnesium - 2009-11-09 |
Look here, Lurch, in the real world of grownups with jobs, you don't get to be a douchebag to people at work. If you have a religious disagreement with someone at work, you keep your fool mouth shut and bottle it up until you can release it at the appropriate time on someone weaker than you.
I tried to think of some better advice for this situation, but honestly, almost all engaged women really don't talk about anything but their upcoming weddings. I have yet to find a way to make them stop.
|Xiphias - 2009-11-25 |
burn in hell, shitstain
|asian hick - 2009-11-27 |
|Meatsack Jones - 2010-04-21 |
"Her so called fiance".
Your so called "intellect".
Also, "bad stuff"?
|Xero - 2010-05-06 |
I'd say persecute these people but that doesn't work.
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