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  1. You should always have a plan B. Period.Oh I know I should, but you really should.ETA: Really.
  2. You should find a plan B just in case she is nailing her best friend's fiance's best friend. I mean, I doubt she is, but it never hurts to be prepared.
  3. Awesome, a Liberal joke thread. Question: What is the difference between Carville and a catfish? Answer: One’s a scum sucking bottom dweller and ones a fish. Question: What’s the difference between Carville and a bald monkey? Answer: A sports jacket. Question: If you were in a room with Hitler, Mussolini and Carville and you only had two bullets what should you do? Answer: Shoot Carville twice. Question: What's the difference between Rush Limbaugh and Carville? Answer: One has a Radio Show and is the most listened to in America and the other is a loud mouth bald liberal looser. Question: Why can’t liberals find facts? Answer: They aren’t looking for any. Question: How do liberals brain cells die? Answer: Lonely. Question: How do you confuse a liberal? Answer: You don’t, they are born that way Question: If Hillary, Bill and all the liberals are on a sinking ship, who gets saved? Answer: We do. Question: What’s the difference between an Iraq terrorist and a liberal? Answer: The Iraq terrorist makes fewer demands. Question: What’s the difference between liberals and cow pies? Answer: Cow pies stop stinking after awhile Question: Did you hear about the new liberal agenda. Answer: They got two hands in your front pocket and two in you back pockets. Question: What’s the definition of a liberal genius? Answer: A liberal who can count all 50 states. Question: What do you get when you cross a Jackass with an onion? Answer: A whinny Liberal. Question: How is being at a Democrat convention different from being at the circus? Answer: At the circus the clowns don’t beg and whine at you. Question: How many Liberals does it take to change a light bulb? Answer: It takes ten, nine to deny that darkness exists and one to hire a Republican to change it. Question: How much does a Liberal cost? Answer: Nothing, Liberals have no values. Question: How many chromosomes does a Liberal have? Answer: Only 45, they are missing the “Truth Acceptance Chromosome.” Question: What is the difference between Liberalism and Communism? Answer: The Communist admit it. Question: How high can a Liberal’s I-Q go? Answer: Only as high as the Liberal Spin they receive. Question: Why do Liberals lie? Answer: It comes natural Question: What is a Liberal’s primary “feeling?” Answer: Envy. Question: What is a sure way to teach a Liberal to fetch? Answer: Tie Bill Clinton’s picture to a stick and throw it. Question: Why do flies fly over Liberals heads? Answer: They have crap for brains. Question: How can you tell a group of Liberals? Answer: They are the ones burning the American Flag. Question: How can you tell a group of Liberals? Answer: They are the ones burning the Constitution Question: What is the difference between a Liberal and a bucket of old cheese? Answer: The bucket Question: What is the difference between giving to the poor and giving to Liberals? Answer: The poor don’t follow you around for three weeks whining for more. Question: Why did God make Liberal smarter than rats? Answer: He didn’t. Question: How do you drown a Liberal? You paint Bill Clinton’s face at the bottom of a pool. Question: Why do Liberals like smart women? Answer: Opposites attract. Question: Why is it so hard for Liberals to make eye contact? Answer: Clinton’s rear doesn’t have eyes. Question: Why is it so hard for Liberals to see? Answer: There are no lights in Clinton’s rear. Question: How can you tell between cow pies and Liberals? Answer: You Can’t.
  4. OK- we're just talking pure justice here- not the law, not the Constitution:What the organizers of the secret prom perpetrated was a cruel and heartless trick. It would have been one thing for them to announce that they were having a private prom, and that this girl was not invited. That would have been bigotry, but people are free to be bigots if they want to, and people are free to associate with who they want to. But what these people did instead was inform the girl of the other prom, and then inform all the other students of their secret prom, so that not only would this girl not be invited, but she would be humiliated as well. They performed this cruel act because they have what I personally believe to be hateful and ignorant views about homosexuality. They did a bad thing, and they should be punished. Because their bad act is rooted in hatred and ignorance about gay people, a suitable punishment is to force them to contribute a good chunk of money (something that really hurts their pocketbook) to an organization designed to combat the sort of hatred and ignorance that creates situations like these. This is justice IMO.Tolerance is key. I don't agree with the details, but I respect the sentiment.
  5. Were you born yesterday? Do you actually think this is the first monetary settlement for discrimination?And you really think $35k is a lot of money? I already mentioned that the example had already been set. And what does the amount of money have to do with it? She didn't do anything to deserve any money. What part of not going to your prom suggests you need a monetary reward? If you feel that strongly about expressing your sexuality, get the rule changed (like she did). I just don't believe there's a reason for a reward.It's not what she did, it's what they did to her. Justice would be to force all the organizers of the "secret prom" to contribute around $10,000 each to GLAD.How, by any definition, would this be justice?
  6. The bolded is the key point here. He doesn't want gay people to win any discrimination lawsuits. Therefore, based on this desire, he comes up with arguments why they should not.Where did I say that, Timbo?
  7. This is what I was looking for. Not really an argument. Thanks, scoob.
  8. Were you born yesterday? Do you actually think this is the first monetary settlement for discrimination?And you really think $35k is a lot of money?I already mentioned that the example had already been set. And what does the amount of money have to do with it? She didn't do anything to deserve any money. What part of not going to your prom suggests you need a monetary reward? If you feel that strongly about expressing your sexuality, get the rule changed (like she did). I just don't believe there's a reason for a reward.You forgot the discrimination part in your scenario. She didn't do anything to deserve discrimination and she missed her prom because of it.And that's worth $35K?
  9. Were you born yesterday? Do you actually think this is the first monetary settlement for discrimination?And you really think $35k is a lot of money?I already mentioned that the example had already been set. And what does the amount of money have to do with it? She didn't do anything to deserve any money. What part of not going to your prom suggests you need a monetary reward? If you feel that strongly about expressing your sexuality, get the rule changed (like she did). I just don't believe there's a reason for a reward.
  10. So, what's the money for?Ostensibly for violating McMillen's civil rights, but much of it is probably avoiding legal fees. It's hard not to believe that the alternate prom shenanigans didn't ultimately end up costing the school district money. McMillen would have been hard pressed to prove much in the way of monetary damages. On the other hand, if a court had ordered the structural relief provided in the settlement, the school district likely would have been on the hook not only for their own legal fees, but for McMillen's as well.Kinda sets a poor example (Im actually guessing the example has already been set), don't you think?How so?That there's monetary value associated with "civil rights." Oh, so you were discriminated against? I bet I could get you $35K. I almost respect ambulance chasers just thinking of 'discrimination' chasers.
  11. So, what's the money for?Ostensibly for violating McMillen's civil rights, but much of it is probably avoiding legal fees. It's hard not to believe that the alternate prom shenanigans didn't ultimately end up costing the school district money. McMillen would have been hard pressed to prove much in the way of monetary damages. On the other hand, if a court had ordered the structural relief provided in the settlement, the school district likely would have been on the hook not only for their own legal fees, but for McMillen's as well.Kinda sets a poor example (Im actually guessing the example has already been set), don't you think?No.Interesting.
  12. So, what's the money for?Ostensibly for violating McMillen's civil rights, but much of it is probably avoiding legal fees. It's hard not to believe that the alternate prom shenanigans didn't ultimately end up costing the school district money. McMillen would have been hard pressed to prove much in the way of monetary damages. On the other hand, if a court had ordered the structural relief provided in the settlement, the school district likely would have been on the hook not only for their own legal fees, but for McMillen's as well.Kinda sets a poor example (Im actually guessing the example has already been set), don't you think?
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