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  1. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Too Much Coffee Man about 1 month ago

    Kind of a just reward for the being the sort of person that would spend money and time to mock people enjoying something completely harmless, eh?

    I mean not liking Journey is one thing, but to go out of one’s way to be a passive-aggressive twit at a concert and call it “subversion” like you’re undermining Neo-nazis instead of a pop band’s fans by laughing at them behind their backs…

    I mean I was a pretentious twit in high school too, but I sort of realize now the things I did were often worse than the people I was judging.

  2. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Too Much Coffee Man about 1 month ago

    Dude, everyone likes Journey now. Even the most jaded hipsters.

    The winnowing of pop gems from the mass produced chaff started a while back on arena rock.

  3. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Barney & Clyde about 1 month ago

    Is this the first time we see her mother?

  4. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 5 months ago

    Ya know, for a guy who likes to rip on Republican talking points, he swallows the most insane ones from his side without question.

  5. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on My Cage Classics 5 months ago

    Y’all take Paypal?

  6. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 12 months ago

    I was unaware that hobbyist materials like colored pipe cleaners and glue guns were such a vital need that the constitution mandates that providers serve the public interest in manner like the electric company.

  7. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 12 months ago

    Hobby Lobby uses Chinese made products and invests in companies that make IUDs. So what? Most Christians are a-okay with war, despite pretty explicit biblical pacificism. Most Jews wear polyweave clothes, despite Leviticus. Religion doesn’t make sense, doesn’t operate on logic and people can be hypocrites. That’s the thing, in this country: you can pick and choose which parts of illogic you feel strongly about, and as long as you’re not forcing people to follow you, you have the right to do so. That’s part of freedom and free association. No one has to shop at or work for Hobby Lobby. It’s wrong to force people to violate their conscience even if it is stupid. They have the right to be stupid, just as they have the right to sell and purchase certain products and close on Sundays.

  8. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 12 months ago

    I see no difference between one or the other. A non-Christian hobbyist is about as inconvenienced by the Hobby Lobby being an explicitly Christian company as a gentile pork lover is by a Jewish butcher. One merely takes their business and money elsewhere.

    See, I believe that others have a right to believe and practice things that I not only disagree with, but personally find odious without being punished by the government or anyone other than individuals banding together and expressing their disagreement by public lack of patronage. I like to call it tolerance.

  9. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 12 months ago

    Misses the point. They have the right to be lunatics without being forced by government fiat to provide services to either customers or employees their beliefs prohibit, just as no one is forced to shop there, or work there. Mock and criticize their beliefs all you want, that’s legal. Force them to break it by government force, and you’re as bad as anyone else who forces another to break their personal conviction.

    One might as well say that a Jewish butcher should provide pork to gentile customers and employees because they demand it and the majority of people don’t believe in keeping kosher.

  10. TheGunrunnerRimbaud commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 1 year ago

    Also, Bolling, your white privilege is showing when you dog whistle about athletes.