RE: [carfree_cities] Jaywalking ticket brings fame
- I assume you by 'prblems' you mean the anti-gay sentiment and homophobia they have to deal with?
How is that poisoning the minds of others when they tell people about it?
Andrew Dawson <m82a1_dawson@...> wrote:
they go around poisoning the minds of others, which is really not fair.
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- Jym Dyer wrote:
> > It's too bad homosexuals can't keep their problems to themThat beats around the Bush.
> > selves. Instead they go around poisoning the minds of others,
> > which is really not fair.
>=v= If "others" don't want their minds "poisoned" they could
>just spend their lives behind glass (car windows and teevee
>tubes) and not have to interact with real live unmediated human
>=v= Oh, wait, that's precisely what makes so many Americans soThere's to much homo-genization here in the west, it's another one of down
>very weak, malleable, stupid, and -phobic.
points like with cars.
- Richard Risemberg wrote:
>I'm sure queers would love to keep their problems to themselves, ifSo instead today we have homosexual zealots?
>it weren't that all variety of straight zealots are causing those
Strange how the champions of "individual liberty" really
>mean only the liberty to be subservient to them in work, religion,Good point, fascism was started by homosexuals.
>and private life.
>As Jim pointed out, as long as people live sequestered from each
>other--and this includes in suburbs and in little tin cells on the
>freeway--the sort of two-bit fascism that afflicts large portions of
>the population will continue to poison the minds of all.
>By the way, let's hear it for traditional marriage--King David style:As with some Mormons and Muslims today.
>eight wives, a number of concubines. Jesus was one of his great-