Until now, I have always lived by the philosophy of 'live and let live'... and that the protecting the freedom of the individual is paramount.
But that was until I heard Kirk Cameron, best known as "Mike Seaver" from Growing Pains, speak so eloquent on CNN against homosexuality.
Mr. Cameron's wisdom has helped me see the light. I now publicly retract all my previous comments defending the rights of individuals to have sexual relations and/or fall in love with whom ever they choose. I now realize, thanks to Kirk, that such views are just plan wrong. I look forward to meeting him in person post-Rapture and thanking him for his insight.
Furthermore, Nicole Polizzi ('Snook' on Jersey Shore) recently provided a spirited defense of the rights of unattractive woman to expose their vaginas in public while dancing inebriated on top of bars. I was once against such unsightly activities, but I know realize the wisdom of her remarks.
Finally, Anson Williams ('Potsie' on Happy Days), has come out in a strong defense of onion rings as per the ongoing french fries vs onion rings controversy that has engulfed the world. I was once a big Ralph Malph supporter, but Anson has helped me become a better person.
I wish for all my fellow Hubbers to continue to grant be the benefit of their patience, as I continue to evolve as a human being through the benefit of television
Geek One, I was beginning to give you the benefit of the doubt until I saw that one post of yours that said that heterosexuality is also wrong and you were sending all your old Playboy and Penthouse magazines to Rick Santorum.
I am gnashing my teeth and jumping up and down with rage at your outrageous attitude, Mr Greek! I believe that homosexuality should be made compulsory and neither Snook's vagina, or a family pack of onion rings, will sway me from this well thought out and moderate viewpoint!
I remember a party I once attended way back when with a bunch of people from where I worked at the house of our boss. This gay guy had been hitting on me at work. He shows up at the party with 2 younger guys. I show up with this really hot babe. So he’s hitting on me at the party, and I ask, “What can you do for me that she can’t?” as I nod at her. So he told me. She could have done it too, with the proper rental equipment.
Anyway, the party goes on. The gay guy and our boss are sitting at the piano and doing some tunes. The gay guy starts kissing the boss and such. The wife of the boss is frowning.
What you believe is proof in the results of that lifestyle is it not? What do you reap from what you believe? Pain and anguish? Joy and happiness? I just believe in a different way as someone else might. We all have blind spots in our sights. Sometimes we have a life experience that shows us we were wrong or affirms we were right. Life still goes on.
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