“Amen, Joe. It's a freakin' Broadway show. If you have a problem with men in drag or women in drag or children being orphans then don't freakin watch a parade that traditionally exposes you to shows on Broadway.
Guess what? It's theater, people! And just maybe theater is not for you....and that's fine, but don't crap on everyone else's enjoyment.
That Kinkyboots bit wasn't sexual at all. They weren't trumpeting homosexuality. How about watching the movie or seeing the play before you jump to an uninformed conclusion.
*sigh* I bet you same complainers sit there and laugh with your children while watching Robin Williams as Mrs. Doubtfire.”
“I am sorry but planes are restrictive and contained environments. And having to be subject to someone talking on a cell phone is equivalent to being trapped in a plane with a smoker. It's a different kind of air pollution and as a paying customer I have a right to not be assailed by someone's insipid conversation on a cell phone, the same way I have a right to not be subjected to the poisonous smoke that comes from cigarettes.
Those are behaviors that need to be regulated in that specific environment.
You can't smoke on a plane. You shouldn't be able to talk on a cell phone on a plane.
“Well, I am sure Stinney's family would agree. If he was executed for a crime he didn't commit then he was "murdered" by the state. So the murder of this possibly innocent black boy, is surely as important as the murder of 2 little white girls. Wouldn't you say?”
smallships on Nov 11, 2013 at 12:09:20
“No, I wouldn't say that justice for a "possibly innocent" boy is as important as justice for two "definitely dead" little girls. Especially since he may have actually killed the girls.”