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This is by far one of the best videos I have seen in awhile. A student at Penn State chooses to stand up to Mr. Rick Santorum in regards to his beliefs about Homosexuality, and the effects they have on society. He asked for evidence which proves that children who grow up in same-sex household are okay and then dismisses it saying that there ‘is none’. At this point a brave student who admits she does not know of specific studies, fights back against his judgmental and, in my opinion, immoral beliefs.
He seems upset that Piers Morgan called him a bigot and explains how this was said only to tarnish his image, but not because it was valid. I’m sorry Mr. Santorum, but Mr. Morgan was absolutely correct in his description. A bigot, according to Merriam-Webster is “a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance “
You do not tolerate homosexuals and by not allowing them the freedom to get married and bear children, you are treating them with hatred. You are set set in your own opinions (regardless of the fact that they also happen to be the opinions of the Catholic Church), and you judge us based on a belief that the church put in place hundreds of years ago. Not only do I think you’re a bigot, but now I must admit that I think you are an ignorant and proud asshole as well.
Watch the video below to see the full thing play out:
Lee Hadwin, 37, is a man who never had aspiration of becoming an artist and never dreamed of the day when he would be; But he has become a man that becomes an artist while he dreams. In fact, the only time he ever draws, is while he is sleeping.
Although he can’t recollect the work that he’s done while asleep, or even recreate it while he’s awake, he has made quite an impact on the art world. Hadwin is from North Wales and has seen doctors to try and explain what has been happening. Whether fortunate or not, no one has been able to determine how he has become such a talented artist, and while awake has no ability or desire to do so.
Watch the video below for more:
Steven Lynn from Arkansas had decided to go up and take some aerial views of his house. Why? Who the hell knows. Anyway, while up taking photos, he realized that there were two men loading his stuff into a trailer that was connected to a truck. Seems very ironic that while taking aerial photos, two men happened to burglar his home.
Lynn was shocked that they were so blatanly obvious, even with an aircraft hovering over head. He told The Jonesboro Sun, ’It didn’t seem to faze them that we were buzzing over in an airplane; we got down pretty low.’ During this time, he figured he should notify authorities and so he called 911 as well as an Uncle of his that lived nearby.
After the Uncle arrived, the two suspects drove away, but were followed. The Uncle was able to give the Wheaton police step by step directions, and eventually led to the suspects being arrested.
The two men in the truck, Roosevelt Smith III and Joseph Peel, both of Jonesboro, now face burglary and theft charges.
No shit?! C’mon now, this can’t be real? Well, it is. This was the title for an article posted on the Daily Mail, that I read earlier today. I was pretty damn sure everyone was aware that boxing, in general, was not a good idea… for anyone, let alone children. Look at Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali; You can barely understand what they’re saying when they do speak and I’m afraid we don’t understand because neither do they.
Shit, your brain cells are knocked about, you get black eyes, concussions, weakened lungs, gashes, and so much more. Remember that one time Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield’s ear off on June 28, 1997? Of course you do! Boxing is fucking legit.
The fact that children are smaller and can’t cause as much harm as the older folks, does NOT mean they should be able to get into the sport. Boxing is about strength, agility, speed, and skill. When you combine those favorable attributes, anyone could be severely damaged.
MANKATO, Minn. — Everything went according to plan for two pajama-clad stepsisters who took a goat they’d freed from a Minnesota zoo for a late-night walk.
Until they told the Mankato police officer who stopped them about 11:30 p.m. Saturday that the animal lived in their bedroom closet.
The unconvinced officer walked the girls home, where their parents explained they’d attended a birthday party at the Sibley Park Zoo earlier that day. That’s when they hatched a plan to take one of the goats home.
I must admit how impressed I am. The fact that two young girls, under the age of 8, were able to sneak a goat out of a zoo with no one stopping them, is impressive. And the fact that they can easily stroll out of the house with said goat at around midnight, well, that’s just insane. If I hadn’t read the story I would have naturally assumed that the sisters were much older and had done much more planning, but no. Maybe their parents should consider a puppy, one who gets taken on walks during normal hours.
A woman awoke with a shock to find her boyfriend straddling her in bed and shaving her head with electric hair clippers.
Police arrested David Bustos after the woman reported that he had used such force that the clippers had gouged a small cut on her scalp.
The couple had had an argument on Tuesday night after which Bustos, 26, stormed out of his girlfriend’s home.
However, Bustos allegedly returned to the property in Immokalee, about 80 miles west of Miami, Florida, early the next morning.
The woman said she awoke at around 7am to find Bustos sitting on top of her in bed, shaving her hair off with electric clippers.
She kicked him off her and Bustos then fled the house, according to reporters.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested Bustos at his own home the next day and charged him with domestic battery.
They said they found a number of strands of braided hair on the alleged victim’s bed and removed them as evidence.
This is by far one of the most pathetic things I have heard in a while. These spoiled little shits, Steven II, now 23, and Kathryn, now 20 had brought their mom to court over silly scenarios and were represented by three lawyers, including their father, Steven A. Miner.
The $50,000 lawsuit for bad mothering was not successful, and for good fucking reason. Like any mother, Kimberly Garrity raised her children how she thought best. Unfortunately, she was most likely too nice to these children who have taken advantage and feel they deserve more (material items/money) than she gave them.
They alleged Garrity failed to take Kathryn to a car show and threatened Steven II with phoning police if he did not buckle his seatbelt.
The children claim she ‘haggled’ over dress prices and called at midnight to tell Kathryn to come home from a party, reported the Chicago Tribune.
After two years of hearing ridiculous incidences, like above, the ordeal is finally over. The fact that they put their mother through this emotional stress for two years is a reason they should be sued. The appeals court has ruled that her behavior and actions were not ‘extreme or outrageous’.
The birthday card in question was labelled ‘inappropriate’ by Steven II as it allegedly failed to include any money.
It had a picture of indistinguishable tomatoes on a table, apart from one in the centre with googly eyes attached.
The card said: ‘Son I got you this Birthday card because it’s just like you … different from all the rest!’
When Clearwater, FL resident, Danielle Rae Shockey, 27, was pulled over by police officers, she obviously had something to hide. Unfortunately, instead of hiding it, she handed over a bag of marijuana, along with her driver’s license.
Shockey was sitting in her vehicle, in a motel parking lot, at 3 O’clock in the morning, when police deemed it suspicious and decided to take a closer look. After asking for her ID, they received her ID and a bag of marijuana. Due to this mistake, police were able to search the vehicle and found that she was, in a sense, a pharmacy.
Apparently, the marijuana was the least of her worries. Inside her vehicle, authorities found:
57 oxycodone pills, seven methadone pills as well as smaller amounts of sedatives Valium and clonazepam.
Wow. If you’re going to be carrying drugs, you should try to at least conceal them so that they aren’t accidentally handed over, while simply grabbing your ID. The fact that she wasn’t drunk is impressive. Although, I don’t know if I would even do this drunk.