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  1. I see what you’re saying, though it took me a moment.

    I hope it’s just the lack of sleep.

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    1. Me too! I’m just pointing out the hypocrisy of the Right to protect the work of one person when they deny it to so many more.

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  2. Does all of this removal of objectification mean I can stop shaving my legs? Because that’s what I’m really concerned about. (Your point is cleverly made, btw).

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  3. Honestly, why can’t people just buy cake without their sexual orientation being a matter for discussion? Georgia had a similar bill introduced today– is the world coming to a place where I am going to have to fill out an affidavit regarding my sexual orientation to get a haircut? We should just make people sew something to their clothes, like a yellow star or a pink triangle, so we can tell who is whom. Oh, wait…

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  4. Know More Than I Should

    Baking, or even decorating, a wedding cake is a craft similar to wedding photography. The fact that it may require some artistic skills is not sufficient to classify it as an art for two reasons. First, crafts involve skills that can be taught. Art, on the other hand art has a je ne sais quoi quality. Second, even top of the line bakery products are semi-mass produced. Frankly, no one wants to eat a cake that doesn’t taste like anything they’ve ever eaten in their life! Art, on the other hand, is unique. It makes a on-of-a-kind statement.
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    The United States has finally fallen into the dogma quagmire that the principal writers of The Constitution of the United States tried desperately to avoid in 1787 when they specified in Article VI Section 3 that there should be no religious test for public office. Now, with that fait accompli, it is only a matter of time before the United States joins other fallen empires.

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  5. menoclone

    Да, товарищ. Да здравствует революция!

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