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teeray

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#2649577 Michael Sam, draft prospect, admits he's gay

Posted by teeray on 10 February 2014 - 08:29 PM

I don't think a straight man wants to shower in front of a gay man unless he isn't really straight and is curious himself and will be flattered by the notion. Plus any gay man that gets upset with a man kissing a woman is only repulsed by the actions that brought him to exist. That would be like him being pissed at his parents for having sex and conceiving him. That is just a stupid ass point, go back to the drawing board with that dumb poo.

No, most well adjusted straight men don't think that gays can't control their libido and are trying to buttfug everything that walks by.

Just like when I go to the beach I don't walk around with a constant boner and try to leg hump every girl.I see in a bikini.


#2649562 Michael Sam, draft prospect, admits he's gay

Posted by teeray on 10 February 2014 - 08:23 PM

Let's be honest. If two women were making out in the shower 95% of you fuggers would be jumping in that shower like there was $100 dollar bills coming out of the shower heads instead of water.

It isn't about homosexuality, it is about gay men.


#2649517 Michael Sam, draft prospect, admits he's gay

Posted by teeray on 10 February 2014 - 08:03 PM

What for you think a gay person in the shower room is going to do? Chase you around with his weiner in his hand?


#2649508 Bring your id

Posted by teeray on 10 February 2014 - 07:57 PM

Unfortunately the Republican party has spent the last six years trying to find ways to jerry rig elections instead of trying to find ways to win them.


#2649381 Bring your id

Posted by teeray on 10 February 2014 - 06:28 PM

The fact that some of you guys still believe that voter ID is NOT about voter suppression is the real irony of this thread. 




#2646949 "Aid in Dying" Movement: Thoughts

Posted by teeray on 08 February 2014 - 04:01 PM

Really dont see why someone has to aid someone to die if they really want to die unless that person is a para or quadraplegic.

My stepfather preferred to live every moment he could still talk and what have you.

Then he suffered for a week as the family stood around him and listened to him moan loudly as cancer slowly killed him.

Once he was in that state we should have had the ability to help him crossover in a more peaceful manner.


#2646944 "Aid in Dying" Movement: Thoughts

Posted by teeray on 08 February 2014 - 03:55 PM

As someone who recently went through this I have to say I am in favor of this.


#2646584 So, with ObamaCare, you don't have to work anymore?

Posted by teeray on 08 February 2014 - 07:31 AM

Yes...2.5 million that will lose their jobs were stuck in job lock.

Talk about putting lipstick on a pig.


They aren't losing their jobs.


#2646406 So, with ObamaCare, you don't have to work anymore?

Posted by teeray on 07 February 2014 - 10:04 PM

Let me give a quick easy example. Say you have health insurance through an employer, and developed some type of ailment

Before Obamacare if you left that job and wanted individual health insurance you would be denied for having a preexisting condition. Therefore, you could not leave your job because you needed the health insurance to cover your treatment.

Therefore, you are essentially locked into your job even if you hate it or wanted to persue an endeavor that better fit your talents or was more fulfilling.


#2646398 So, with ObamaCare, you don't have to work anymore?

Posted by teeray on 07 February 2014 - 09:53 PM

Actually "job lock" is a real issue with people staying in jobs for the sole reason of keeping the company health insurance at a group rate or other accumulated benefits like retirement instead of persuing more fulfilling opportunities.

Both Reagan and Clinton passed legislation to attempt to help reduce "job lock"


#2646301 17 month old shot by 3 year old.

Posted by teeray on 07 February 2014 - 07:57 PM

For every insurance of someone actually killing an perpetrator there will be 100s of instances where simply pointing a gun at someone will diffuse the situation. And 99% of those instances go unreported.




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Same data showed that of 29 million violent crime or crime attempts between 2007-2011 only 0.8% we thwarted by threatening or firing a gun.

Again, if they are supposed to keep us safe they are doing a terrible job

Also over 200,000 guns are stolen from people's homes annually.


#2645441 17 month old shot by 3 year old.

Posted by teeray on 07 February 2014 - 01:22 AM

If only the 17 month old also had a gun.  This would have been prevented.




#2645362 Creationism vs. Evolution, Live Tonight @ 7PM

Posted by teeray on 07 February 2014 - 12:11 AM

I don't know how I define myself. I consider myself Christian but not a literalist and do not regulĂ rly attend church.

It allows me the convenience of believing in the theory of evolution and believe the broader concepts of intelligent design.

I guess you could say I cheat to be able to play both sides. :D


#2644097 Do you think Russell Wilson could possibly out shine Cam in the next 10 years

Posted by teeray on 05 February 2014 - 10:13 PM

We'll see. Cam is already a good QB and has so much room to grow.

Wilson is great. But how much can he improve?

It is going to be fun watching all these young QBs over the next decade.


#2643796 So Clay Aiken...

Posted by teeray on 05 February 2014 - 06:00 PM

I went to high school with Clay. True story. Nice kid.

I voted for Reuben tho. :D




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