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April 24, 2015

Ew! Gay Man Called ‘Faggot’ By McDonald’s Employee Served Burger ‘Seeping With Blood’ / Queerty

Filed under: Bigotry, Economics, Greed, Health, Homosexual, News — Scottie @ 18:52

Ew! Gay Man Called ‘Faggot’ By McDonald’s Employee Served Burger ‘Seeping With Blood’ / Queerty.

Ron and i have been boycotting McDonald’s after years of faithful patronage due to the wage thing, we were just about to start going back again when this shit came up.  Until McDonald’s makes a statement and enforces it that they will not as a company accept nor tolerate this behavior from employees or any staff, we WILL NOT BUY THEIR PRODUCT!   plus we will advise our friends not to either.  Hugs 

Marco Rubio Just Voted Against Protecting LGBT Homeless Youth In A Sex Trafficking Bill – The New Civil Rights Movement

Filed under: Bigotry, Children, Dealing With Abuse, Gender, Health, News, Political, Questions — Scottie @ 18:20

Damn jerks, bigots, assholes and politicians.  Damn , Damn, Damn..and a lot of other words just as bad.  This jerk is OK with the rape of a male kid, no more than that, the entire trafficking of male youth to serve any and all who can pay…to prove a political point that has not one thing to do with this.   I am so angry right now I can’t see straight.  This is the same as when I told I was being raped in my own bed and my sister laughed at it and my mother just walked away.   This is the same as when I told told a relative what he did to me repeatedly he said ” well you have to forgive me and can’t hold it against me because I was a black out drunk….Oh and sorry by the way ”   If the guy running for president wont try to pass bills to stop boy rape and sexual trafficking just for political reasons…don’t we have to really think about why we want him anyway?  Saddest hugs

Marco Rubio Just Voted Against Protecting LGBT Homeless Youth In A Sex Trafficking Bill – The New Civil Rights Movement.

excerpts below:

One bipartisan amendment, introduced by Democratic Senator Pat Leahy and Republican Senator Susan Collins would have added language banning discrimination against LGBT homeless youth.

“A recent study found that 1 in 4 homeless youth have been victims of sex trafficking, or traded sex for survival needs, such as food or a place to sleep,” Sen. Leahy said in a statement before today’s vote. “The study also found that 50 percent of homeless youth had been solicited for sex by an adult within 48 hours of leaving home. Let me say that again: half of these homeless kids were solicited for sex by an adult within the first two days of leaving home.  These kids – some as young as 12, 13, 14 years old – have nowhere to go, but we can work to make sure they have a safe place to go. That is what our amendment does.”

Leahy added that the language in his amendment “would prevent discrimination against youth based on their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability,” and “is nearly identical to a provision contained in the bipartisan Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 which passed the Senate with 78 votes and was signed into law.”

Earlier this afternoon, the Senate voted down the Leahy-Collins Amendment to protect runaway homeless youth, SA 290, by a narrow margin: 56-43. 60 votes were needed for it to pass. It needed just four more.

Apparently, Sen. Rubio would attend the wedding of a gay colleague or family member, but he wouldn’t vote to save and protect an LGBT homeless child.

It’s well-known that between 25 percent and 40 percent of homeless children are LGBT, despite the fact that LGBT children are less than five percent of the nation’s population.

Queen – We Are The Champions (Official Video) – YouTube

Filed under: Music Video — Scottie @ 17:15

Queen – We Are The Champions (Official Video) – YouTube.


Eagles – Dirty Laundry 1080p LIVE – YouTube..well one is uplifting and the other…well I am not crying

Filed under: Music Video — Scottie @ 17:07

Eagles – Dirty Laundry 1080p LIVE – YouTube.

Randy Travis – Three Wooden Crosses – YouTube

Filed under: Love, Music Video — Scottie @ 16:56

Randy Travis – Three Wooden Crosses – YouTube.

I am stunned by his ability to put emotion into our hearts , I have tears running down my cheeks.  I don’t apologize for that, I just fixed an old peoples computer asking no payment and it took me three days to get it right…so if I choose to hear this song and cry, I dare anyone to challenge me for it.     I know you will have to go through my brother, who does understand and at 6 foot 5 and made of more muscle than a GMC truck, but dang…doesn’t it hurt…really hurt to know we don’t have songs of doing right with out some connection to god…we need to write some. Ron told me to buy it..or any other song I like.  Hugs


FLASHBACK: When Bill O’Reilly Called It “Nutty” For A Conservative Justice To Recuse Himself | Blog | Media Matters for America

Filed under: Bigotry, Greed, News, Political — Scottie @ 13:00

FLASHBACK: When Bill O’Reilly Called It “Nutty” For A Conservative Justice To Recuse Himself | Blog | Media Matters for America.

I get upset not over reasonable discourse, but when one side like O’Reilly calls for something that benefits them only and totally disregard any thing that differs from their view, like facts.  See the same facts facts they claim makes one unable to rule on the subject also they claim is not true of those who view the same view of theirs.   Sad but true.   Hugs 

GOP’s corrupt, bigoted bargain exposed: How Bobby Jindal let the mask slip –

Filed under: Bigotry, Political — Scottie @ 12:33

GOP’s corrupt, bigoted bargain exposed: How Bobby Jindal let the mask slip –

So Jindal’s big ask of these corporations is that they stand shoulder to shoulder with him in discriminating against LGBTQ people at the same time he is threatening to target (even if minimally) their tax goodies. He wants companies to embrace homophobia as a brand while he cuts their welfare checks. It’s an interesting request, to say the least.

More from his Times piece:

I giggled my butt off on first seeing this and then realized we have an entire generation of young people who are so wealthy they think they can do this…as kids…and they can.

Filed under: Economics, Political — Scottie @ 11:30

<p>“We have the best government that money can buy.” .. (Mark Twain)</p>

what I mean to say…and how I feel

Filed under: Political, Religion — Scottie @ 11:21

Well it did not take long, I wanted to post uplifting sort of inspiration things.   Then reality hit me right between the eyes.  First anyone who finds my stance on religion and yet posting inspirational songs for my brother doesn’t understand me or the songs.   I find inspiration of spirit to be a gift to all of us.  Reaching out to be better in our self and in our world can not be wrong.   I am not a christian, I find many errors with the whole biblical stories, however that doesn’t mean that all people who look to it for strength are wrong.  I would be just as wrong for denying them their right to look upward as they are for denying others the same rights or me to marry.  I do not deny the rights for any to have faith in more than themselves, however I do not need to share that view to support it.  

True story, I was being abused at home.  I did not tell anyone.  One boy from a farm down the road spent as much time with me as he could.  As a very little boy I stumbled into their farm and after trying repeatedly to get me to come to them they learned that if the left food or just the kids were around I would come close or stay, I even got to the point I could come into the house and listen to stories and spend time, until an adult would come into the room and I would run.   The boy and I stayed friends as we grew even though our worlds were very different.   Once we talked about God and stuff and I told him, I will support your right to church and god, I will take you personally to the church, but don’t ask me to come in, don’t try to force me to believe as you do, because I can’t.   He and I agreed to be friends and his parents paid to get me out of my house and to a private boarding school to save more than my soul, that act may have saved my body and soul.   I have learned there is more in life than I know and I am open to many things, and like I said , I will take you to the church if you wish, I will hold open that door, but just don’t try to force me to follow you in.   Hugs

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<p>Transcend Politics, Embrace Humanity</p>

let the man talk, let the wise have a word

Filed under: Funny Stuff, Science — Scottie @ 10:56

pennyfornasa:No one says it better than Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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