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Dayna Morales, Waitress And Marine, Denied Tip Because Of Her 'Gay Lifestyle' (UPDATE)

Dayna Morales, Waitress And Marine, Denied Tip Because Of Her 'Gay Lifestyle' (UPDATE)

Commented Nov 15, 2013 at 13:04:51 in Gay Voices

“I'm a christian and I support gay marriages.”
Naked Breastfeeding Yoga Mom Says <em>That</em> Photo Was Not Staged

Naked Breastfeeding Yoga Mom Says That Photo Was Not Staged

Commented Sep 25, 2013 at 06:56:58 in Parents

“I don't see a breast, all we can see is a silouette really, so even I am not offended.”
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Texas Passes Law to Keep Junk Food in Schools (Yeah, You Read That Right)

Commented Sep 9, 2013 at 19:54:02 in Politics

“They have parents and parents are not there at the school to guide the kids to a healthier choice for lunch. Having soda and pizza for lunch will lead them to have all sorts of health issues.”

topop106 on Sep 9, 2013 at 22:00:46

“I always ate what my parents packed because I respected their efforts. Besides I wouldn't waste my hard earned money on crap.”
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Soccer Mom Soapbox

Commented Aug 1, 2012 at 12:18:53 in Parents

“I will definitely talk to the coach before t ball starts this year. If it works, it would be wonderful. I was so happy to see two children at last year's t-ball match holding two oranges. I whispered to my husband "yey, we're not the only ones, they are holding a FRUIT!!!!". Guess what... They turned out to be plastic balls, toys that the girls threw to each other. Once again, we're the only ones packing the child water, apple/orange and a banana for him to choose from at t-ball match... And I love your point about celebrating with food. I was sitting next to two mothers feeding their children chips in the small breaks in between tball, the comment of one mother, laughing out loud was "of course give her a handful, after all she lives only once". Did she even realize what she is saying? YOUR CHILD LIVES ONLY ONCE and you're making her/his life SHORTER by your own choice! It took my breath away.”

Sally Kuzemchak on Aug 1, 2012 at 16:26:20

“My response to "she only lives once" would be "don't you want her to live a longer, healthier life then?" Feeding kids this kind of processed junk food every day (and it does end up being every day between school, sports, clubs, camps, parties, etc.) is harmful to them in the long run. Good luck with the t-ball coach and I hope you have success with the other team parents. The parents are often the hard ones to convince, not the kids!”