That’s it exactly. I work for a large insurance company with all kinds of corporate workplace behavioral rules. The only employee who gets away with being vulgar is the gay guy. I guess it’s either expected or people are afraid of being labeled a bigot for reporting him.
 August 19, 2015 at 1:16pm
I have a friend who was born an alcoholic. It’s a genetic thing in his DNA. He does everything practical within his power to refrain from drinking. As for me, I am a light drinker. It’s his problem if he can’t handle it, not mine. I have no issue drinking in front of him, talking about drinking, inviting him to bars, waving glasses of alcohol under his nose. I don’t know why he has such a hard time controlling his genetic urges.. alcohol has never been a problem for me.
To make a proper analogy you need to replace yourself with strangers on the street, a stranger has no obligation to avoid drinking just because your friend is present or within visual range.
July 27, 2015 at 9:32am
One of the big differences with the gay rights issue and Christians that is often overlooked and confused is that often this Christian “antagonism” isn’t necessarily directed at a gay person as much as it them taking a position or responding to the gay rights movement, which quite actively seeks to approve and affirm a sexual lifestyle that many Christians believe is sinful. Sure, there have been misguided personal attacks by Christians on homosexuals – this is wrong. I am just saying when confronted/forced to accept and celebrate the gay lifestyle as morally equal to God’s design, Christians are going to stop and speak up just like they should for any overt sin. If people perceive this is antagonism, hate or whatever, well then so be it. I will strive to love all people but ask me to celebrate and promote their sin, no.
'One of the big differences with the gay rights issue and Christians that is often overlooked and confused is that often this Christian “antagonism” isn’t necessarily directed at a gay person as much as it them taking a position or responding to the gay rights movement, which quite actively seeks to approve and affirm a sexual lifestyle that many Christians believe is sinful.'
But let me guess, anyone who sees Christians lifestyle in a negative light and speaks out against what they see as wrong is just a hater or a bigot or something?
"Christians are going to stop and speak up just like they should for any overt sin"
Yet they don't.
Dude is on his 5th wife after cheating on all the others = Christians shrug and maybe shake their head
Man marries a man = Christians blow a gasket
I just find it ironic that during all the years marriage had slowly become a joke and not a commitment between heterosexual couples that was no huge deal. Let a gay man want to marry a gay man and all of a sudden ya'll standing up to sin and trying to defend marriage and shit.
I'm not saying ya'll are hypocritical, but I will say many seen to be VERY selective on what "sins" they "stand up to" Hence why many are themselves seen as bigots and such.
Maybe if the same people raising hell over gay marriage and what marriage should be raised hell as marriage had been destroyed by same sex couples people wouldn't look at them and see "well they only seem to care because it's concerning gay people".
July 19, 2015 at 2:10pm
great idea… call the KKK and New Black Panthers to a rally in one location, quickly put a giant fence around them and let them all just figure it out.
 July 18, 2015 at 3:12pm
Where are all of the Trayvon hoody protesters these days? Sure, not everyone who wears a hoody is a criminal but I sure do see a lot of news and video clips of criminals wearing them to conceal their identity.
It was 90 degrees here in southern IL yesterday and I saw in my neighborhood a young c_____ boy with his hoodie up over his head like it was cold where he was. The thing yat kept him cool was his pants were almost below his butt
 July 12, 2015 at 3:42pm
Agree… I can’t even fathom some of the things I read about that people do. Sick, twisted, and perverted. I imagine it must be a progression…
 July 12, 2015 at 3:24pm
If whites teens had done this to a black woman and kids there would be non-stop media coverage, press conferences, demonstrations (or riots), Al and Jesse arriving on the scene, Obama would mention it, etc etc. And the worst part is that this stuff is not at all uncommon. Instead, once again what do we hear? Crickets. Anyone?
There was a day when white men would have organized and gone out and taken care of the problem, but no more.
June 12, 2015 at 12:03am
Watch the second one. How can you not see that? As the runner is is heading home the catcher even backs up a step over home plate, steps forward and positions herself to lean her upper body into the base path and lands the elbow hit to the runner. There was no incoming throw for a play at the plate. This is totally obvious. She is playing a dangerous game.
 June 11, 2015 at 11:54pm
drugs or just plain bad eyesight?
 March 13, 2015 at 6:28pm
24 and 25 years old… and they don’t look like college students to me.
December 8, 2014 at 9:41am
Blinky… Ross Bowers mom is head gymnastics coach at the University of Washington. Ross has spent hours at the gym with her learning to do flips etc on the trampoline. It wasn’t all luck… sure he was upended by #12 and landed on his feet but the kid knows a thing or two about flipping in the air.
December 8, 2014 at 1:58am
His mom is a college gymnastics coach… The kid has learned a few things about doing flips
His mom is a college gymnastics coach... The kid has learned a few things about doing flips
 December 8, 2014 at 1:56am
His mom is the head gymnastics coach at the University of WA… he is capable of doing flips and has been them since he was little
December 8, 2014 at 1:54am
Nice comment. I was also at that game sitting across the dome on the Bothell side. A well played game by two good teams.
 December 2, 2014 at 12:16am
Why why why is the onus of mending the rift between the police and the black community always always always placed on the police? For once I would like to hear someone tell the truth about the verbal assaults, thug attitudes, disrespect, criminal behavior, etc, etc, etc, officers face everyday from some in the black community. When are those in the black community going to be held responsible for their end? Bringing these two sides together is very much a two-way street.
November 30, 2014 at 10:32am
Except George Zimmerman was white… they somehow got it right that time. hmmmm
 November 30, 2014 at 2:45am
Seattle deserves this one… serves you right for the nitwit mayor calling Wilson a murderer just after the grand jury decision was announced. A murder Mayor Murray? Really? Gee, how do you expect people to act if a cop got away with a murder. I can say sooooo much more. IDIOT!
[-2] November 28, 2014 at 11:17am
He_Is_Risen has the oxygen not risen to your brain? Or maybe you only saw a couple seconds of the video. In a longer version of the video a pedestrian walks down the sidewalk and the kid points the gun at the person at nearly point-blank range? That kid was acting completely irresponsible and was scarring people because he was pointing the gun at them. Sick thing to do even for a 12 year-old… and I am a father to a 12-year old boy. Listen to the 911 caller… people were scared. That said, the police procedures in how they pulled the squad car up so close and shot the kid in 2 seconds is extremely disturbing to me. No way do I think this kid should have been shot… the officers should have approached with more caution and more distance.
 November 8, 2014 at 11:00am
Blackish… a show that Brad says he’s fallen in love with and is so funny… so Brad is a racist for saying he likes a show about a black family just seconds before he makes a joke about the CMA community, which other than Darius Rucker, is well, white-ish.