Hate Homosexuals? Then Let Them Marry Each Other

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny


After all, why should only the hetros be miserable? [Featuring Justin Long and Mike White.]
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Female 572
huh?
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Female 3,828
LOL that is so funny!!!
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Male 190
Lol. Im not a big fan of gays getting married, but this is exactly how I have always felt. I dont know that its anything sacred any more worth fighting for. They only want it because they cant have it. Its not like straight couples havent been hard at work ruining the sanctity of marriage anywa.
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Male 11
"Tell me, greatjob, whose god was in charge when this happened?"

Haha,God.
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Male 54
"This video has been removed due to terms of use violation."
Yaaaay :/
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Male 25,416
silly!
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Female 934
Woo, doggy. I sense a witch trial here soon.
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Female 123
This is funny plain and simple. Un-bunch your panties ladies. High five @ gravityftw.
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Male 2,850
Tell me, greatjob, whose god was in charge when this happened?
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Male 2,850
Part 3:

"Since then I sometimes wake up howling in the middle of the night. For fifty years now that scene has kept ceaselessly passing and re-passing though my mind. I will never forget the barbaric murder of my love - before my very eyes, before our eyes, for there were hundreds of witnesses. Why are they still silent today? Have they all died? It`s true that we were among the youngest in the camp and that a lot of time has gone by. But I suspect that some people prefer to remain silent forever, afraid to stir up memories, like that one among so many others.
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Male 2,850
Part 2:

"Now I froze in terror. I had prayed that he would escape their lists, their roundups, their humiliations. And there he was before my powerless eyes, which filled with tears. Unlike me, he had not carried dangerous letters, torn down posters, or signed any statements. And yet he had been caught and was about to die. What had happened? What had the monsters accused him of? Because of my anguish I have completely forgotten the wording of the death sentence.


"The the loudspeakers broadcast some noisy classical music while the SS stripped him naked and shoved tin pail over his head. Next they sicced their ferocious German Shepherds on him: the guard dogs first bit into his groin and thighs, then devoured him right in front of us. His shrieks of pain were distorted and amplified by the pail in which his head was trapped. My rigid body reeled, my eyes gaped at so much horror, tears poured down my cheeks, I fervently prayed that he would black out qui
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Male 2,850
Part 1 (in a German camp):

"One day the loudspeakers order us to report immediately to the roll-call. Shouts and yells urged us to get there without delay. Surrounded by SS men, we had to form a square and stand at attention, as we did for the morning roll call. The commandant appeared with his entire general staff. I assumed he was going to bludgeon us once again with his blind faith in the Reich, together with a list of orders, insults and threats - emulating the infamous outpourings of his master, Adolf Hitler. But the actual ordeal was worse: an execution. Two SS men brought a young man to the center of out square. Horrified, I recognized Jo, my loving friend, who was only eighteen years old. I hadn`t previously spotted him in the camp. Had he arrived before or after me? We hadn`t seen each other during the days before I was summoned by the Gestapo.
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Male 2,850
As a lean back towards the original topic, I wish to bring to your attention part of the story of Pierre Seel.

Because it is absolutely the most upsetting thing I have ever read. It is long, so I need to split it up:

Source:here
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Male 2,850
@greatjob

"@Musuko42 they didn`t fight for their God given right though, they fought for freedom."

You heard it right from the fundie`s mouth, folks; freedom is granted by men, not by god.

"because I then have the right to choose my own rights therefore one my rights could be to take other peoples rights away and it."

That is correct, and that`s exactly what people have done all through history; taken away the rights of other people (often in the name of their god, I might mention).

Then others fought to restore those stolen rights.

Ultimately, your rights are only what people around you grant you, and their rights are only what you grant them.

Tell me this; if rights were granted and protected by your god, then how are abuses of rights even possible in the first place? If an all-powerful god were in charge of providing our rights, then he`s doing a pretty bad job of it.

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Male 32
@Musuko42 they didn`t fight for their God given right though, they fought for freedom. Do I have the right to go and murder? I don`t see why I don`t have the right to murderin your eyes because I then have the right to choose my own rights therefore one my rights could be to take other peoples rights away and it. But let me say this, God gives us free will but thats one of our rights, but if He cammands that we don`t commit crimes/sins then we ought not to do those crimes/sins because if Im right about there being an all powerful God then He is the one to give out rights.
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Male 1
And that folks is why I am a PC.
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Male 39,948
for those who said God gave them their rights...

"Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness"

I`ll give`ya God does the Life thing, but as the bible endorses slavery I don`t think you can credit God with Liberty or Pursuit of Happiness.
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Female 803
Voice of straight, white, probably southern American male: "We`re not miserable! We love our wives and may God strike down anyone that says otherwise, along with the gays! They`re EVIL because God said so!"

Mhm, really? You love your wife and you`re not miserable? Why, then, are you screwing around with the underage town slut, or the neighbor`s wife, or your sexy coworker?

Even though I know it will never come to be, tolerance, my friends.
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Female 535
I think its completely reasonable to assume that the founding fathers did not intend for there to be freedom for anyone but English men. I don`t give a phuck what people say about America being the land of the free. I live here and know for dammn certain that I am not free in this land of bigots, culture suppressors, "christians", and homophobics, and ignorantly chauvinistic pigs. The sheep rule this land and the pastures are pretty thin for some folk. Unless you live in the city, America can be a wasteland of desolation and soullessness. All the growth it seems "America" is having with "tolerance" and such is not so widespread as you might think. Most of the reported, televised, and posted information about how far we`ve come fails to show the areas of America that will never succeed in learning to change. And if that is where you are born, you are just as phucked as ever. Just open up the readers digest and you`ll see what "acceptable" america
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Male 154
haha. hey, its america, the land of the free. there you go. right there. free. im glad we resolved that and gays can get married. you dont like that? well its none of your buisness, so piss off.
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Female 4,376
*yesterday
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Female 4,376
My aunts in her late 30`s and has a very good job doing administration work in a hospital. She spent many years before that though as an occupational therapist. She also got a license to be a real estate agent so she`d have more income. She met a friend at the hospital she worked at. Her friend was a physical therapist and now works the same kind of job as my aunt. They are pro-life. They are Catholic. They go on vacations with friends. They go out for drinks and joke around. To anyone who sees them they are just completely normal people. They have a house together and lived together for quite a few years before that.

Apparently though people like my aunt aren`t allowed to get married because they have such chaotic lives filled with demons and drugs and wild sex orgies. She`s expressed no interest in children but i`d much rather see her and her "friend" have a child than the straight alcoholic teen whore in my town who smoked while pregnant who just gave birth yester
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Male 15,510
Flamboyant
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Male 820
or, at least, CrakrJak, Do what someone before me said, and post some damn keywords!
but hell, if you`ve [quote]submitted my sources in several other `Listings` here on IAB. Gets rather tiring going over and over them again and again just to have people doubt their veracity and accuracy (no matter where they come from).[/quote]
you could probably find them rather quickly.

Hell, I don`t even give a damn about it`s veracity and accuaracy, I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOU GOT THE F-CKING NUMBERS FROM!!
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Male 820
[quote]You`ve just proved my point, You`re already attacking it and you don`t even know the source. You attack me with bullpoo about Ted Haggard, As if I`m one in the same.

You`re making a joke of yourself, Linking to an OP-ED as if it`s fact ? You seem to revel in your derangement, I feel sorry for you.[/quote]

crakr, until you actually post EVIDENCE of your claims, you don`t have the right to say someone linking an actual article, no matter how tilted it is.

And no, I won`t google for YOUR DAMN CLAIMS.
seriously. That`s like me saying "There is a teapot floating somewhere between Earth and Mars.
IN that teapot is the information that will advance science by 1000 years! I know where the teapot is, I have it`s exact placement in reality.
But you have to search for it."

(I admit that ran away from me a bit.)
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Male 17,511
Heureux: You`ve just proved my point, You`re already attacking it and you don`t even know the source. You attack me with bullpoo about Ted Haggard, As if I`m one in the same.

You`re making a joke of yourself, Linking to an OP-ED as if it`s fact ? You seem to revel in your derangement, I feel sorry for you.
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Male 149
BUT THEY EAT EACH OTHERS POO POO!!!
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Male 487
go figure that Justin Long is in a pro-gay video... Probably has something to do with his time promoting apple.
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Male 748
Reading these comments has been good. Crakr - next time, get some real sources if you want to convince anyone. I honestly have no problem with gay marriage and really don`t see why some people hate it so much - what`s going to happen if you let them legally marry?
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Female 4,039
@lostinkorea - it`s like you read my mind!
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Male 25,416
Tjat was really dratd up! but i understand the humour intended just didnt find it funny!
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Male 1,054
Crakr

Most of the rest of us already know the following, you should consider it as well: http://tinyurl.com/346m2a9

"Virulent homophobes are increasingly being exposed for engaging in homosexuality. Think Ted Haggard, the once fervent antigay preacher and former leader of the National Association of Evangelicals, and his male prostitute. (This week, Haggard announced that he was starting a new “inclusive” church open to “gay, straight, bi, tall, short,” but no same-sex marriages. Not “God’s ideal.” Sorry.) Or George Rekers, the founding member of the Family Research Council, and his rent boy/luggage handler. Last week, the council claimed that repealing “don’t ask, don’t tell” would lead to an explosion of “homosexual assaults” in which sleeping soldiers would be the victims of fondling and fellatio by gay predators. In
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Male 1,054
"Since you can`t search the internet for yourself and let liberals form your mindset for you without fact checking first, You will have one hell of a surprise one of these days when you find out you`ve been lied to all this time. "

whenever someone refuses to provide the link to his/her source, it always means that the source is not credible or has been misrepresented by the person citing it.

Homophobes have a long-established history of distorting data, so much so, that there are websites devoted to researchers rebuking and condemning the way homophobes like Crakr and Focus on the Family have lied about their research.

Crakr won`t cite his source because he knows that if anyone else reads it, they`ll shoot down his prejudiced and malicious rant.
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Male 591
Musuko42, I see you`ve become acquainted with Crakrjak`s disingenuousness.
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Male 129
Wait a second.....
Both these guys are white....the NAACP are having a field day...
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Male 2,850
Prediction for the future:

Crakrjak telling me to look up the survey to find out the methods they used.

Followed by me telling him that the burden of proof is on the person making the statement (him), not upon the critic (me).
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Male 2,850
Or, to put it simply:

To have a 12 year long relationship, starting at age 18, you have to be at least 30 years old.

Of the 16 people commenting on the first page of this thread, only 6 of them are over 30.

That`s 37.5%

Unless you can show me that the survey was corrected for this kind of demographic skew, I declare it to be the excretion of a male bovine.
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Male 2,850
@Crakrjak

To address your unsourced statement:

"The 2003-2004 Gay/Lesbian Consumer Online Census surveyed the lifestyles of 7,862 homosexuals. Of those involved in a "current relationship," only 15 percent describe their current relationship as having lasted twelve years or longer, with five percent lasting more than twenty years."

Some thoughts for you:

1: The words "online census" should be a big flag of doubt for you. Let`s have a look at the current page of comments I`m looking at on IAB (the first page of comments on here):

Age 13-17: 2
Age 18-29: 8 <--- LOOK AT THIS!
Age 30-39: 3
Age 40-49: 2
Age 70+: 1

Here`s a thought for you: maybe an INTERNET SURVEY came back saying that people`s relationship`s haven`t been going for long because THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE INTERNET ARE HEAVILY WEIGHED TOWARDS PEOPLE WHO AREN`T OLD ENOUGH TO EVEN HAVE A LONG RELATIONSHIP!
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Female 3,726
I`m sorry, I saw nothing after the dick surfboard. What happened? More importantly, where can I buy that surfboard?
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Female 934
"If it`s so easy to find the sources, why won`t you post them?"

That`s the fun in IAB. People make points without real facts. The game is to decipher the bullpoo from the gold.
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Female 3,574
Could you at least give keywords to search for? I`ve tried and haven`t found your statistics.

Also I think it`s silly to quote statistics and then make us look up the sources. It does not make you look credible. Also, this is definitely not a "throwing pearls to swine" scenario.
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Male 17,511
EdiMesic: I don`t `invent` numbers, Like others, I`ve submitted my sources in several other `Listings` here on IAB. Gets rather tiring going over and over them again and again just to have people doubt their veracity and accuracy (no matter where they come from).

Sorry, But I`m getting tired of throwing pearls before swine. You look up the sources, It`s real easy, Google it, Bing it, Whatever. Maybe then you`ll be less apt to doubt it.
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Female 934
Someone needs to put the 30-50 age group back in time out.
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Male 75
say what you want but the guy in the end riding the truck has a nice hairstile...

also why do people in america bother if they marry? We don`t care here as long as we can nail our wife the next time in bed...
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Male 339
@jtrebowski - I never said a word about denying anyone anything. The only thing I said is that I`m sick and tired of celebutards trying to tell us what we should think. Whether that would be, in this example, either for or against gay marriage - I don`t care. I don`t want them telling me what to think. I pay to see their movies and I enjoy that. I don`t want to hear their opinion about stuff outside of their realm of expertise.
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Male 2,850
@ohplease

"Right drating On!"

And I`m not even military-inclined, and not all conflicts have noble agendas, but even pacifist little me knows damn well that as a British person I owe my life as I know it to the occupants of thousands of graves scattered across this continent and others.
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Male 2,850
@dax2009

It`s caveat. But you get major points for knowing the word in the first place, and using it for the correct meaning. :)

@greatjob

"well no it doesn`t really make sense, their rights came from God as well. What r u trying to say?"

I am saying that the only reason you have any rights is because people fought for them, and (in the case of all those filled graves) died for them.

It is not a deity who protects you from the tyranny of man; it is men* who do that.

*meaning men and women.
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Male 3,369
@ Darth...if we deny other people happiness, that is immoral.
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Male 566
@Musuko42

"@greatjob
"But my rights come from the one true God"
"These people would disagree with you."

Right drating On!
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Male 566
Of course let them get married. The weddings are fabulous!
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Female 4,039
@Musuko42 - I LOL`d at your sit and spin comment!
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Male 592
@ CrakrJak:

Unconvincable? Not at all. The reason I do not
agree with you, is because you`ve not presented
facts/statistics to validate your argument, at
all.

So far, everything you`ve said has been based on
your warped vision on reality, some statistics
that are completely off, if not made up and your
abhorrence towards homosexuals. : ]

Like I said, if you wish to argue with me about
something: Do it right. I will respect you for it. Present me facts. Not your nonsensical opinion.
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Male 339
Yeah -- another Hollywood infomercial telling us "regular people" how we should think. I don`t care if they`re pushing homosexuality, saving the whales or whatever...I`m tired of them thinking they are on the moral high ground and should be telling us what to do. STFU already and we`ll make our own decisions.
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Male 443
What makes straight marriage so much more right then a gay one? It`s two people that love each other and want to be bound by this love.

Seriously, I`ve never been against gay people because whats the point? Why should I hate someone because of their sexual preference, they`re no different then I am. I don`t necessarily like seeing them make out in public, but I`m sure people don`t like seeing me and my girlfriend do the same action.

So what do I do, you ask? I don`t pay attention when they make out, simple as that. I figure that two people making out must love each other to be that comfortable in public. So I don`t gawk at them. It`s not a rare sight too, I live in Canada.

Davy has it down, if you dont like gay marriage, dont get one and shut up. No one really cares what you think, I know homosexuals dont.

That`s my rant and I think my longest post on I-A-B since 2005 lol
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Female 2,509
giggle. go for it!
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Male 6,693
I really dont care either way. My wife says I`m very happy.
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Male 3,369
Her Crakr....Your butt-buddy Rush Limbaugh knows so much about preserving the sanctity of marriage that he just had his fourth.
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Female 249
Django

More then true. Being a teenager and knowing both male/male female/female and male/female couples I have to say from observation the same sex couples are more dedicated and true to each other.

The same can be said about those who oppose gay adoption. Did their gay parents put the kids in this sad situation...? No, their STRAIGHT parents did. A homosexual doesn`t get drunk and go adopt a child (like us straights go get drunk and knocked up). They genuinely want these kids. Its not a choice between `straight or gay parents` its a choice between parents or no parents.

Really the whole prejudice against these guys irks me. Their not harming you, so let them be.
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Female 8,056
That was hilarious! Of course Gay couples should be able to marry if they wish. I cannot see the fuss- what possible objection could anyone have to it?
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Male 129
im just gonna come out and say what everyones thinking.... that guy had a MASSIVE dong.....
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Female 4,376
That was so freaking hilarious.

Also I`m for gay marriage.
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Female 3,574
Why did Crackr ignore most of my comments?
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Male 240
Another part of this prejudice is that somehow being married makes you a more dependable, trustworthy person; therefore, granting all the attributable benefits. In my lifetime, I`ve known less than a handful of men who weren`t cheating on their wives (can`t speak for the wives). The problem, as I see it, is the rights associated with being married....not the ceremony or the right to do so. The discrimination lies with those institutions giving benefits for married couples. F*ck the "marrieds!"
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Male 32
@Musuko42 well no it doesn`t really make sense, their rights came from God as well. What r u trying to say?
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Female 322
You`re welcome, Musuko42. The worst places on earth are Theocracys. The Christians I know of who want to make the US one, would make horrendous governors. A marriage liscence is issued by the STATE, and my religious beliefs, which are pretty much biblical, should have little or no bearing upon what the state does. Take that with some caveot (dang, I just can`t spell). Most of our laws are based on the 10 commandments, or variations thereof. "Thou shall not steal", "thou shall not murder", ect. But I personally don`t see where gay people are a threat to society as a whole, or even part of it. There are more than enough heterosexuals left to populate the planet, after all.
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Male 176
I was out with a few friends last night for dinner. Some were gay, some were straight. The funny thing was, the one gay couple was, by far, the most in love out of the 4 couples there. All the couples have been together for similar amounts of time (about two years), and I would absolutely support their marriage.
I would like to hear a real, personal, reason why someone wouldn`t want two same-sex people to marry? Not "because the bible says so". Please describe your feelings when you hear the term "gay marriage". Do you feel hatred? Disgust? Pity? Curious? Frightened? And please describe why you feel like that.
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Male 820
[quote] let liberals form your mindset for you without fact checking first,[/quote]

Also, Crakrjak, Just a bit of a quick statement here.
1) I was raised as a fundie, my father is a fundie preacher, and I was indoctrinated into Christianity since birth.

Are you against that, are you against christians setting a child`s mindset for him without letting him fact check first?

2) I was a fundie christian until about my freshman year. At that time, I started questioning. My questioning mostly was "Why would god say _____, and then do _______?" (Thou shalt not kill, then ordering the Israelis to kill a sh-tton of people, that sort of thing.)
3) after 4 years of studying most major religions and scientific journals as a hobby, I came to the conclusion that I do not believe in a deity, due to lack of evidence for any deity.

I say all that to say this. who`s "not thinking for themselves" here?
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Male 2,850
@greatjob

If you don`t understand what I mean when I show you a field full of dead soldiers when discussing who granted you your rights, then I doubt you`ll understand it if I explain it to you.
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Male 31
Nice cameo by Tom Arnold.
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Female 298
Funny as hell! ^^

To the people here arguing about whether gay marriage is "right" or not... haven`t you bigger problems to worry about rather than pester people about LOVE and who they LOVE? Yes, being able to LOVE another human being is a right. And yes, telling people that it is not ok is wrong. Gay people don`t hurt anyone, but many of you sure as hell try to make it out that way (Where`s the logic in that???). Why don`t you fight for a worthy cause? I`ll give you a list and you guys can pick one to work on! How about that!?
Rape.
Murder.
Genocide.
Pollution.
Education.
Medical Care.
The list is endless, so please do something valuable with your time.
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Male 32
@Musuko42 Please explain what your point is?
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Male 820
[quote]Mornaf: Since you can`t search the internet for yourself and let liberals form your mindset for you without fact checking first, You will have one hell of a surprise one of these days when you find out you`ve been lied to all this time.[/quote]

Dammit man, the burden of proof ISN`T ON THE QUESTIONER`S SHOULDERS!

Hell, that`s like me standing by the post mocking how you`re reacting to me demanding proof, THEN SAYING YOU NEED TO GO LOOK IT UP AND FIND IT OUT FOR YOURSELF.

So, since you have never actually given proof, I`m just going to have to assume you pulled it out of your ass.

Seriously, just post a damn link.
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Male 2,850
@dax2009

"I don`t care if the state marries gays, as long as gays don`t demand the right to be married in my church. Separation of church and state, and all that."

That`s EXACTLY the attitude we want from the religious. Thank you. :)
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Male 2,850
@greatjob

"But my rights come from the one true God"

These people would disagree with you.
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Female 322
I don`t care if the state marries gays, as long as gays don`t demand the right to be married in my church. Separation of church and state, and all that.
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Male 2,850
@CrakrJak

To drop my normal polite demenour, I offer you my middle finger, CrakrJak, and invite you to take a seat and swivel.

Are you telling me that you would deny me, personally, the chance to even have an ATTEMPT at a committed relationship, just because others, whatever the orientation, fail?

YOU didn`t have to earn your right to marry the one you love, so why are you making US earn it?

Why the hell do you even care so much anyway? Seriously, what is your hangup? What damn difference does it make to you whether I get to visit my dying partner in hospital, for example? Seriously, what is your problem?

Other than, I suspect, it being your childish reaction to something you think is "icky".
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Male 32
Where do our rights come from my dear friend? You don`t the right to tell me that same sex marriage is ok, and I don`t have the right to tell u that its not ok. But my rights come from the one true God, why should I tell any one about Gods commands? Because of love, why else would I tell you? There is no condemnation for those that are in Christ, we have all sinned I myself have prolly sinned more then you. But by Christ I now live and same can be for u. Romans 5:8 shows what Gods love is
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Male 2,850
@axeman929

If the state`s marriage is "meaningless", as you state, then why are you so concerned about who gets to have one?

If you believe in eternal life in heaven, then this worldly life we`re living now is an infinitesimal blip in your existence.

So how about we make a deal: let us atheists do what we like in this world, this tiny blip of time, and we`ll not interfere with your eternity of afterlife.

I`d say that`s a deal weighted hugely in your favour, wouldn`t you? You get reign for eternity, we get reign for at most 80-90 years.
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Female 249
Each to their own. They should be allowed to marry. if you oppose that, cool, no one is making you marry someone of the same sex. But you don`t have the right to deny someone the right to wed someone else, regardless of gender.

Marriage is a legal contract. It`s only a religious ceremony if you want it to be.

So, following your thoughts on gays not being allowed to marry, should an atheist not be allowed to marry, since they don`t believe in your god? No? Yes?

Sorry, but law and religion, especially in affairs like this where it can shape human rights, should only have a minor, if at all consideration.

Yes, you can harp on about how "Wonderful the bible is"... But it`s not that great. According to the bible, not a virgin on your wedding day? You must be killed. Curse you parents? You must be put to death. It also promotes slavery, woman as possessions, and many other horrid things.

NOT a book that should be used to make law IMHO
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Male 32
ooh @Suicism aren`t you being inherently intolerant yourself? Therefore you should also not be tolerated...
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Male 3,631
Yes - you are inherently intolerant and therefore should not be tolerated, according to scotchbot. There`s nothing you can do about it but pray for forgiveness. (hopefully your intolerant God will forgive you - that is if he values his own intolerance to be passed on, in the image in which he created you. God bless)
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Male 32
Whoa Whoa whoa I was born a homophobe is there anything wrong with that?
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Male 3,631
How appropriate that they`re Jewish! We all know how favorably Leviticus looked upon such acts!
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Male 1,360
CrackerJack is so gay, I saw him in the blue oyster club
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Male 17,511
Mornaf: Since you can`t search the internet for yourself and let liberals form your mindset for you without fact checking first, You will have one hell of a surprise one of these days when you find out you`ve been lied to all this time.

Keep drinking that kool-aid kid, Keep letting them blind you to the truth.
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Male 769
once again it takes America years to catch up with something Bill Hicks said.
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Male 959
Karfoogle - give it time mate. Give it time.
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Female 452
@swiftshiv: It was a poor comparison, even so.
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Male 218
Karfoogle, you`re "18-29"... umm... wait a bit, dude. Lighten up. It`s meant as a joke to make people show that marriage is marriage, no matter if it`s with the opposite or same sex. Equal rights... for all to be unhappy! :)
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Female 579
Stating percentages and then not backing them up, no matter what the reason, is a bit stupid don`t you think?

Then NO-ONE will believe you because you`re backing out of your claims now you`ve been challenged.

It`s not a matter of trying to convince the unconvincible, it`s a matter of showing us you weren`t lying.
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Male 772
That was brilliant! If that doesn`t convince some people, I don`t know what will!

Karfoogle, lighten up man :P Some marriages end up like what they showed in the video; it`s become a stereotype of our time. Not every marriage is a stereotype. Everybody with half a brain knows that. Etc.
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Male 32
the problem i have with this ad isnt that is makes homomarriage seems bad, it makes ALL marraige seem bad. as a happily married man, not cool.
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Male 575
The caption made me think of Chris Rock. I think, ... I`m not sure who said it.
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Male 769
oh, and i just watched the vid. sorry. i just like a good banter. that`s pretty funny.
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Male 769
@raokin.

he was making a metaphor.
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Female 452
"People against gay marriage are essentially racists."

The word you`re looking for is "bigot". Being against gay marriage doesn`t necessarily mean you`re prejudiced against people of other races.
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Male 769
d`awwwwww

is someone a fundie looney?

the idea of denying same sex marriage at all is a bit ludicrous imo. we have a little thing called separation of church and state. the advent of making any judgments based on any [quote]any[/quote] religious basis is unconstitutional. fact.
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Male 12,138
As the saying goes,

"Don`t like gay marriage? Then shut the f*ck up and don`t get one"
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Male 1,011
People against gay marriage are essentially racists.

Not that long ago it was illegal to have a black guy marry a white woman, vice verca too.

Although on the other hand, if the priest is against gay marriage for whatever reason, they shouldn`t have to go thru the ceremony :P
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Male 195
The only marriage that matters to me is the promises I made before God and according to his law. The states law on Marriage is meaningless or quickly becoming so. Others of you are also correct that ceremonies are just that in the biblical sense. Abrahams ceremony....he took his wife into his tent. Lets be consistent. If you are sleeping around how many times have you been married if we use Abrahams example.
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Male 820
really, CrakrJak, I just wanted to see where you got your percentages from. unless you pulled them out of your ass.
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Female 15,763
While I agree with you Britt, some of the legal benefits of a union under the state are pretty important. Hospital visitation rights, adoption, taxes, insurance, living arrangements... etc.
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Male 820
CrakrJak: Well more than 80% of all Conservative Christians are actually homosexual! in fact, monogamous heterosexual Christian relationships are nearly non-existent. That`s fact, Jesus said if you look at someone with lust you have committed adultery!


and I know you`re entrenched in your opinions and no amount of evidence would suffice. Citing sources makes no difference because it gets shouted down. Just the same old right-wing tactics, As usual. So tell me, Why I should I waste my time trying to convince the unconvinceable ?
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Female 2,289
I agree with this, because I think marriage is stupid to begin with.

If you love someone and want to spend the rest of your life with them, do so. You don`t have to get married to prove it, because sometimes that is what keeps two people together...not love. to avoid the nasty divorce papers.
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Male 17,511
EdiMesic, Mornaf: I see your entrenched in your opinions and no amount of evidence would suffice. Citing sources makes no difference because it gets shouted down. Just the same old liberal tactics, As usual. So tell me, Why I should I waste my time trying to convince the unconvinceable ?

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Female 257
wow Crakr doesn`t agree with something, shocker.
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Male 820
[quote]Why do people lament that 50% of marriages end in divorce?

The other 50% end in DEATH![/quote]

MY GOD YOU`RE RIGHT! WE MUST END THIS PANDEMIC! MARRIAGE RESULTS IN DEATH!
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Male 39,948
Why do people lament that 50% of marriages end in divorce?

The other 50% end in DEATH!
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Male 1,505
Whose life is so empty that they have nothing better to do than to make it their mission to deny the opportunity of happiness to strangers? If same sex couples want to marry, drating let them. It`s nobody`s business but their own.
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Female 171
can i ask why racist behaviour gets you kicked off iab (like the guy who made the awful interracial comment on a link earlier) but for blatant homophobic behaviour nothing happens?
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Male 592
So apparently, if a couple places effort into gaining equal rights for homosexuals, succeed and get married, their marriage must remain intact?

Because if it doesn`t, it simply nullifies their achievements and everything they stand for, right?

This is your implication. Based entirely on your warped vision of things.
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Male 592
Opiebreath + Pooptart:

Thank you!
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Female 15,763
I don`t understand why the fidelity rates of same-sex couples should determine the legality of same sex marriages. If we`re using that as a precedent for marriage, then why not outlaw any other statistically-prone-to-divorce group of people?

Divorce exists for a reason.
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Male 2,440
Crakr is against gay marriage? -_- I am in shock.

Even IF gay marriages failed more than heterosexual ones, does that make it right to not legalize it? So what if it might fail? You could start a business right now and fail within the first two years. Freedom means the liberty to fail at your endeavors, be it marriage, business, etc. Crakr just happens to fail at logic, I`m afraid.
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Female 3,574
Crackr, what about the fact that a pretty large percentage of heterosexual marriages fail?

Also, considering there has hardly even been any gay marriages so far, I`d be willing to bet your statistics are off.

And like I said before, my singing teacher has been in a 35 year long relationship with another man. No matter how many other relationships fail, is it really "right" to ban marriage for everyone?
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Male 592
Not that it has a significant value in this discussion, but I`ve been acquainted with many gay-couples that have been with each other anywhere between 15 - 20 years.

Also, open-relationships are besides the point.
It`s just as commonly found within hetrosexual relationships as with homosexual relationships.
It`s a preference based on the personalities/likes/dislikes of the people who engange into the relationship. It has nothing to do with sexual orientation. : ]
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Male 365
50% of all marriages in the US end in divorce. Those rates are higher in highly religious areas of the country. Suck on that CrakrJak.

If you think stopping homosexual from marrying will save your marriage, then your marriage is too far gone to be saved.
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Male 592
CrakrJak: Posting nonsensical fiction as always, I see. I weep for your existance and for those around you who have to suffer through your nonsensical opinions and warped view on reality. : ]

It`s understandable that you`re trying to consolidate your religious beliefs by telling yourself gay relationships/marriages have a high chance of failure. Afterall, tis the word of the good lord that a man should not engange with another man as he would with a woman, etc. etc.

Completely agreeing with Mornaf: Give me evidence/statistics of your claim and you will receive my attention.

What`s that? You can`t? Ofcourse you can`t, sweetheart : ]
Because being either hetro/homosexual has nothing to do with the succes/failure of a relationship. It`s decided by anything BUT that.
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Male 731
I`m all for it.

The way I see it is: How is it going to hurt heterosexual people?
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Male 820
Crakrjak: that isn`t really evidence of this statement [quote]more than 80% of all homosexual `relationships` fail within 2 years. 95% fail in 12 years[/quote]

I`m asking where you got the percentages from.
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Male 3,755
Honestly, I don`t think most homosexuals are interested in marriage, but the ones that are probably are pretty committed. I think the main issue people have is that marriage has always been a precursor to kids. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage. It`s not first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes tax benefits and a sense of accomplishment.
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Male 17,511
Mornaf: The women that spearheaded the effort to legalize gay marriage and the first gay couple to get married in 2004, Julie and Hillary Goodridge, Divorced in 2006.

These `Gay marriages` are a sham at best, Because most of them are `open relationships` and that is not what marriage is about no matter what orientation they are.
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Female 98
People have to learn how to talk to each other before rushing into marriage... Just because you`ve "been together" for a few years doesn`t cut it, either. You have to talk about ev-err-ee-thing.
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Female 1,682
That was hilarious xD
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Female 895
@CrakrJak

“Imagine 300 gallons of water. That’s a fact!”
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Female 3,574
@Crackr, once again, so? Just because a large portion of relationships fail, which is true for heterosexual relationships aswell, they shouldn`t be allowed to marry at all? Some DO last, like my singing teacher`s relationship.
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Male 363
It`s funny how people think that gay marriage won`t fail because they are gay. Don`t be so drating naive. Any marriage can fail. Period.
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Male 820
[quote]Well more than 80% of all homosexual `relationships` fail within 2 years. 95% fail in 12 years, and a monogamous homosexual relationship is nearly non-existent. That`s fact, The nature of homosexuality does not lend itself to the fidelity of marriage.[/quote]

Evidence, plox.

wanna see where you got that, because it`s all fine to say that, but without evidence to back up your argument, it`s just smoke statements.
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Male 17,511
pui: Well more than 80% of all homosexual `relationships` fail within 2 years. 95% fail in 12 years, and a monogamous homosexual relationship is nearly non-existent. That`s fact, The nature of homosexuality does not lend itself to the fidelity of marriage.
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Male 17,511
Heureux: You`re so off base it`s ridiculous.
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Male 39,948
@CrakrJak... Pollak counted every single person you ever dated as a "lifetime partner". This served the purpose of scewing the numbers in the direction his church-funded study wanted the numbers to go.

If we counted everyone I had ever dated the number would be Astronomical! ... okay, maybe HUGE... not huge some much as really BIG... um okay, A-LOT definately.... not so much a lot as a few.

sigh

my life sucks
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Female 3,574
almost half of all heterosexual marriages fail. Should we ban marriage altogether? :P
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Male 914
so great and so true...everyone has the same right to be miserable...
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Male 1,054
CrakrJack

Whose lifting your luggage? After all, as Rekers and Craig and Paulk and so many homophobes caught gettin` their man-man love on prove

homophobes are just miserable, closeted homosexuals trying to make everyone else just as miserable.

Quoting from the Family Research Council, which has lost so many of its founders to sex scandals, is a desperate move from a chronically miserable individual. Distorting data is dishonest, just like the closet is dishonest, Crakr.

If vilifying other people really makes you feel good, Crakr, it means you are a sadist. That`s not a good thing: http://tinyurl.com/2cpr2u2 "sadistic personality disorder: engaging in behavior involving the psychological or physical suffering of others"

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Female 467
mr sneebley is gay :O
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Female 3,574
CrakrJak, so? There are lots of swinging heterosexual people too, should they not be allowed to marry aswell? My singing teacher and his partner have been together for 35 years, they were married more recently.
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Female 1,963
CrakrJak, so?
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Male 1,237
lol`d at the penis surfboard
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funny but NSFW for the board please....
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Female 843
That was great. And so true.

I didn`t notice the surfboard at first, then O_O wow
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Male 269
Whats with all the plastic bags coming out of the grocery store? Talk about dated
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Male 17,511
The 2003-2004 Gay/Lesbian Consumer Online Census surveyed the lifestyles of 7,862 homosexuals. Of those involved in a "current relationship," only 15 percent describe their current relationship as having lasted twelve years or longer, with five percent lasting more than twenty years.

In his study of male homosexuality in Western Sexuality: Practice and Precept in Past and Present Times, Pollak found that "few homosexual relationships last longer than two years, with many men reporting hundreds of lifetime partners."
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Female 448
I just don`t give a poo either way. I believe marriage is between you, your partner, and God. I have no idea what God would support, considering they are His children as well. So I figure, I have no right to pass judgement.
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Male 88
that surf board was .. wow
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Male 1,625
HAHA. But so true. They have a right to be miserable like all the other straight couples out there.
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Male 15,510
I think you mean "Heteros" Fancylad
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Male 4,807
HaHa that was great!
The honeymoon is over fellas and welcome to married life.
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Male 1,378
Boring, just gay support.
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Male 373
lol. mac dude gots balls.
or yeah nevermind
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Female 3,574
o_O
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Female 231
Justin Long is so tiny and adorable! I want to see him play a serial killer some time.
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Male 5,314
justin long plays a gay guy quite often it seems.
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Male 180
T Not original - look up the Kid From Brooklyn.
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Male 2,548
Somebody kill me please??
Nevermind, I`ll just eat a bucket of ice cream and write in to Dear Girl.
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Male 20,917
Link: Hate Homosexuals? Then Let Them Marry Each Other [Rate Link] - After all, why should only the hetros be miserable? [Featuring Justin Long and Mike White.]
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