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Date Signed Up:1/11/2012
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#3 - Well the Internet is full of faggots. 13 hours ago on The interet right now 0
#20 - Picture 15 hours ago on Please take a look at an... +1
#83 - I made my nipples bleed from cardio today. It's hard … 07/02/2015 on Complain about your life in... 0
#12 - 'Don't ask don't tell'? I asked, they most certainly told. 07/01/2015 on Welcome to the Army +122
#25 - Dude we are FunntJunkers. We can all find a faggot by… 06/30/2015 on Gay person +34
#10 - >This entire meal  [+] (3 new replies) 06/29/2015 on 4chins +65
#41 - jamiemsm (06/29/2015) [-]
im poor and there for can't eat until tomorrow so at this moment it looks delicious to me
User avatar #51 - majordraco (06/29/2015) [-]
Do you have google wallet?
#52 - jamiemsm (06/29/2015) [-]
no but i appreciate the offer.
did have a good ending though as one of my good friends invited me over to eat
#14 - "discount 9gag" Man I didn't even realize o…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/29/2015 on Funnyjunk being relevant +2
User avatar #20 - frenzyhero (06/29/2015) [-]
The only people that equate us to 9gag are people that have never seen 9gag, or have seen too much of 9gag.

9gag's community is so fucking full of itself. They're absolutely deluded into thinking they're the only comedy site. The kicker? Half the shit posted isn't even fucking comedy, it's one of their pedestal'd members art projects or some shit.

At least, that's what it was for the month I wasted there, when FJ was going through more front-page reposting than usual.
User avatar #19 - unfitninjuh (06/29/2015) [-]
to quote >>#7, I think I'd rather be that old antique shop with oldfags talkin' shit rather than that Aeropostale bullshit that has edgy little dipshits all over the place
#217 - What? Look I don't know where you're getting your facts from b…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2015 on Legal marriage -1
#243 - wraithguard (06/28/2015) [-]
I'm saying that forcing someone to serve any member of the public should be unlawful. The public does not have any right to this persons cakes, and any law enforcement that supports the contrary is absolutely unethical, immoral, and wrong. Picking whom to service should have every bit as much protection as picking whom to say nice things to. Furthermore, his transactions are with individuals or tangible parties of individuals, not the arbitrarily inclusive group of people called "the public". And no, establishing a business, whether by physical presence or by word of mouth, does not constitute an agreement of obligation to service any piece, part, or member of "the public".
#196 - Baking cakes is a publicly operated business, the public order…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/27/2015 on Legal marriage -3
#201 - wraithguard (06/27/2015) [-]
Just hold on a minute. Owning a cake making business does not come with the obligation to sell those cakes to anyone. If he wants to, he can decide not to sell a cake to someone because he doesn't like their face. You cannot coerce anyone to provide a service for which they have no pre-existing obligation, regardless of their reasons for not wanting to do so. That's all there is to it. The fact that his reason was religious is completely inconsequential.
User avatar #217 - cupotruth (06/27/2015) [-]
What? Look I don't know where you're getting your facts from but if someone asks you to make a cake and your business is to make cakes and you are a public business that means publicly accommodating then you cannot deny services. The preexisting obligation is you sell cakes, your coercion is that selling cakes is how you make money. You cannot open a business to the public then say you won't serve parts of the public because then your business is not "open to the public". I agree that the reason for not serving them isn't very important but you cannot deny service because someone is ugly, or for any reason deemed unlawful which includes race, color, religion, national origin, and now in most states sexual orientation.
#243 - wraithguard (06/28/2015) [-]
I'm saying that forcing someone to serve any member of the public should be unlawful. The public does not have any right to this persons cakes, and any law enforcement that supports the contrary is absolutely unethical, immoral, and wrong. Picking whom to service should have every bit as much protection as picking whom to say nice things to. Furthermore, his transactions are with individuals or tangible parties of individuals, not the arbitrarily inclusive group of people called "the public". And no, establishing a business, whether by physical presence or by word of mouth, does not constitute an agreement of obligation to service any piece, part, or member of "the public".
#154 - Yeah and I bet people would be pissed if you went into a gay b…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/27/2015 on Legal marriage -3
#190 - wraithguard (06/27/2015) [-]
I'm sorry, but you are absolutely wrong here. No private business owner has any pre-existing obligation whatsoever to enter into any contract with another individual for any reason. You can't use the government to coerce someone into a business exchange. Anti-discrimination laws should only ever be applied to publicly traded/operated business and their subsidiaries. If you can force him to bake them cakes, then you can force him to do anything else for them as well, since he is capable of performing tasks other than baking cakes. Even more so, you could force the terms of the agreement, like how much he will be allowed to charge them, lest he give them an unfair price because they're gay. This kind of legality leads to what is effectively outright enslavement.
User avatar #196 - cupotruth (06/27/2015) [-]
Baking cakes is a publicly operated business, the public orders the cake and you make it. It isn't your cake it is the clients and the client can put whatever they want on it. You can still not like what is on the cake and have the freedom to say whatever you want but that doesn't mean they can deny service because of sexual orientation, these anti-discrimination laws state your product has nothing to do with your opinions unless your product is based upon your freedom to practice religion so unless making cakes is essential to your religion and it is not a public business, and I've never heard of a private baker, then you have to make the cake ordered by the client and cannot deny them service because of their orientation.

Also force them to do whatever they ask or change prices? What the hell are you talking about? The anti-discrimination laws mean you cannot deny a service that you as a business provide. You as a business can most certainly deny a service that you do not provide any form of no matter who is asking.
#201 - wraithguard (06/27/2015) [-]
Just hold on a minute. Owning a cake making business does not come with the obligation to sell those cakes to anyone. If he wants to, he can decide not to sell a cake to someone because he doesn't like their face. You cannot coerce anyone to provide a service for which they have no pre-existing obligation, regardless of their reasons for not wanting to do so. That's all there is to it. The fact that his reason was religious is completely inconsequential.
User avatar #217 - cupotruth (06/27/2015) [-]
What? Look I don't know where you're getting your facts from but if someone asks you to make a cake and your business is to make cakes and you are a public business that means publicly accommodating then you cannot deny services. The preexisting obligation is you sell cakes, your coercion is that selling cakes is how you make money. You cannot open a business to the public then say you won't serve parts of the public because then your business is not "open to the public". I agree that the reason for not serving them isn't very important but you cannot deny service because someone is ugly, or for any reason deemed unlawful which includes race, color, religion, national origin, and now in most states sexual orientation.
#243 - wraithguard (06/28/2015) [-]
I'm saying that forcing someone to serve any member of the public should be unlawful. The public does not have any right to this persons cakes, and any law enforcement that supports the contrary is absolutely unethical, immoral, and wrong. Picking whom to service should have every bit as much protection as picking whom to say nice things to. Furthermore, his transactions are with individuals or tangible parties of individuals, not the arbitrarily inclusive group of people called "the public". And no, establishing a business, whether by physical presence or by word of mouth, does not constitute an agreement of obligation to service any piece, part, or member of "the public".

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#14 - chronicliar (03/20/2015) [-]
heres your new profile pic forever, your welcome friend.
User avatar #11 - gugek (11/22/2014) [-]
Good morning! I hope you have a fantastic day my friend .
#10 - presidentmoose (06/25/2014) [-]
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User avatar #8 - aslypancake (11/30/2012) [-]
Heya Mike, it's Jack.

Decided to get a FJ. c:
User avatar #9 to #8 - cupotruth (11/30/2012) [-]
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#6 to #4 - cupotruth (09/30/2012) [-]
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well they got my name wrong But it still counts
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