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Comment: Re: Internet without evangelicals = Win (Score 1) 231 231

They're equally as egregious. If you have a license to do business with the public, you serve all the public. The only limits are those customers who are causing a disturbance to other customers. You can't single out swathes of the population because you don't understand the difference between making a cake for something and condoning that thing. "Participating in a gay wedding ceremony" by being miles away from it and unaware it is going on, save for a cake you cooked and were paid handsomely for? Give me a fucking break. Just because you can crowbar in some weasel words doesn't mean the two things are in any way different.

Comment: Re:Internet without evangelicals = Win (Score 2, Insightful) 231 231

Only because they refuse to do business with people based purely on bigotry. Kind of like how racists were hounded out of business when they too refused to do business with certain people. Ignoring that part kind of makes you sound like a vicious old fucker living in the past. That couldn't possibly be the case, right? :)

Comment: Re:Speaking of "Run, Forrest: RUN!!!" Coren22 (Score 1) 198 198

Why is that so funny? You do it all the time, you lunatic. People down-mod your posts because they have absolutely nothing to do with the discussion. I know these are important things in your head, but out here in the real world they are trivial matters people just don't care about. Please. Get some help. You are wasting your life.

Comment: Re:How else are you going to do it? (Score 1) 243 243

So you have the user define the password, and just send them a one-time activation link. If the user needs to reset the password, send them an email with a one-time reset link. That's a lot better than sending out a password over plain text. Sure, sensitive information is in the emails, but it expires quickly. The password will be the password for a relatively long time.

Comment: Re:The exact opposite of what Niantic should do (Score 1) 135 135

Or they don't want people walking around fucking memorials to millions of dead people while playing a game. Is the concept of respect so foreign to you that you leap immediately to some faux-outrage conclusion as the only possible explanation? It's not political correctness but basic human decency, something you seem to not find at all worthy. You suck as a human being.

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