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Judge overturns California's ban on same-sex marriage

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A federal judge in California has knocked down the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, ruling Wednesday that the state's controversial Proposition 8 violates the U.S. Constitution.

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Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#213437 Aug 30, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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I don't care but it's hard to believe gay men don't do butt sex. It's not true, they do. Just calling bullsh!t. That's what I do. Sure the truth hurts but own it.
Some do. Some don't. Some heterosexuals do. Some don't.

It has no bearing only any marriages license, unless you can provide proof otherwise.

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#213438 Aug 30, 2013
Gustavo wrote:
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Homosexuality is a HUGE disorder
Not according to ANY mainstream medical association, but bigotry is, based as it is on irrational thoughts and obsessive hatreds and fear.
You can get help, but you have to take the first step.

Since: Dec 09

Knoxville, TN

#213439 Aug 30, 2013
KiMare wrote:
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Your first sentence is a point blank lie. Especially since I delineate major distinctions in my post.
Your second is a whine based on a false victim claim.
Your third sentence is so stupid, you contradict your own claim by making a distinction.
SS couples are half a marriage based on the facts I state.
Your post represents the degree of denial it takes to attempt imposing a impostor relationship on marriage.
Oh yes... I forgot... Your major distinctions... Venus and Mars... Your pathetic little poem is the biggest load I've come across in years. Opposite-gender relationships are so "unique" and "distinct" that only several billion people on the planet become involved in them each year. I had no idea they were so sacred.(sarcasm)

You say that you offer facts... You don't offer facts, you offer canned snippets that you're too stupid to realize should embarrass you.

You trot them out so regularly nobody even knows what they mean anymore. They're like a word that you repeat over and over again until it becomes a meaningless sound.
kookaa

Long Beach, CA

#213440 Aug 30, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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I don't like to overcome, I just like to come.
Problem is, you can't, gimpyboi. That's why you're so mad.
Viva Las Vagas

Covina, CA

#213441 Aug 30, 2013
Pink-Head Bill O'Reilly has apologized for incorrectly stating that no Republicans were invited to participate in a ceremony this week.

Which marked the 50th anniversary of the human March on Washington for civil rights and Martin Luther King Jr.'s first spoke about "I Have a Dream" speech.

Billy Bong smoking stunted idiot, O'Reilly is a runt above whale dropping's.

Since: Dec 09

Knoxville, TN

#213442 Aug 30, 2013
debsuelyn wrote:
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I know you do not care what anyone says, but God does and someday you will have to face your Creator whether you like it or not and what will you tell him? It will be to late then, for today is the day of Salvation for you do not know if you will be here tomorrow. We only have one life and if you refuse Christ, you will be crying out like in the days of Noah, when he was building the ark and when it starting raining and flooding, people were crying and screaming to into the ark, and like God through Jesus said in the end and I quote: "I NEVER KNEW YOU".
Hey Suzanne,

I invited you to come to Knoxville so that you could carry out your so-called Christian duties and kill me. But you never got back to me.

What should I make of your lack of a response? Do you not believe that you are commanded to execute homosexual men?

Let me know and I'll take you and your husband of 50 years out on the town before you dispatch me. We'll avoid any barbecue restaurants because they serve pork. And I KNOW that you don't have pork. We'll also skip Red Lobster for the same reason.

By the way, I'd prefer not to be bludgeoned to death by rocks. I know that was pretty big back in the day, but maybe you and your husband of 50 years can think up a painless way to off me. After all Leviticus doesn't say that you have to make me suffer (wink). I hear carbon monoxide is a pretty painless way to go. Maybe I can find us a garage. I know I have a hose around the house somewhere. You guys can just duct tape it to the tailpipe of my car and run it through the driver's side window.

When you're through, I recommend a trip to Dollywood; maybe catch a UT Football game... You know, make a little vacation of it. Heck, if you play your cards right, you might even be able to write the entire trip off as a religious ceremony.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#213443 Aug 30, 2013
kookaa wrote:
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Problem is, you can't, gimpyboi. That's why you're so mad.
I'm sorry about that. It was just that you are so repulsive. Never happened with a woman.
The Machine

Covina, CA

#213444 Aug 30, 2013
Sign-spinners.

Those people who gyrate on sidewalks to get your attention for businesses that battled heat, wind, rain and cold.

Now they face a new threat; machines.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#213445 Aug 30, 2013
kookaa wrote:
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Go fck yourself.
Oh that got him! Such wit.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#213446 Aug 30, 2013
kookaa wrote:
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Get a job, you illiterate gimp troll.
Don't need one. Very comfortably retired. Like you'll never be.
Warped Republicans

Covina, CA

#213448 Aug 30, 2013
A group of crazy Republican legislators have brought the first lawsuit to try to block gay marriage in the state of New Mexico.

Now that six counties have began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August 2013.

Who cares unless you peep into bedroom window's like Republicans seem to be ding?
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#213449 Aug 30, 2013
kookaa wrote:
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And yet you made an error when attempting to spell the word "stop". Wow.
WOW! Is that all you've got on me? A typo? Too funny! Your desperation is showing.

I have no doubt I'll make another typo or a spelling or grammar mistake in the future. Keep your eye peeled! Treasure it! Use it for all it's worth! It's all you'll ever have. You're a dope.

“Vita e' Bella.”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#213450 Aug 30, 2013
SameoldStuff wrote:
<quoted text>No way ratbastard, you ripped of the Chinese!
Nice try, stupido. Hey Frankie, do you see what this chooch wrote? Chinese....what

http://www.pasta.go.it/origin.htm

The Origins of pasta

Pasta is the most prestigious member of the rich and varied Italian culinary family. From time unknown, this simple dough of water and powdered wheat has been appeasing the taste buds of Italy. And today, pasta has found its way to the global palate in various forms. However, the origins of pasts remain entangled in its luscious strings.

Many food connoisseurs trace the origin of pasta in the pages of Greek mythology. It is believed that the Greek word " laganon " indicated a wide and flat sheet of pasta dough cut into stripes. In succeeding centuries the existence of pasta was found in Roman cookery as " lagane ". The first recorded evidence of Roman connection to pasta appears in 1st century A.D. in the writings of Apicio, titled " de re coquinaria ", when he narrates the use of " the yielding lagane to enclose timbales and pie stuffing ". However, one thing is for sure that the hands that first kneaded the dough for pasta was not a Chinese. The romanticism surrounding the myth that Marco Polo brought pasta to the Italian shores on his way back from China is pacified by the fact that it found mention long before the explorer's arrival. It is believed to be around 1279 A.D., when an inheritance draft stated that a certain person has bequeathed " a small basket full of macaroni ", widely acclaimed as the " dry " pasta.

The landscape of Naples remained witness to a gastronomic revolution in 17th century leaving a savouring legacy for rich appetite. Around this time, along with other things, the tangy flavour of tomato arrived from the New World, bringing in a welcome break from the regular taste of sweet and sour. Tomato seemed to be destined to meet with pasta and together they changed the world gourmet forever.

“Vita e' Bella.”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#213451 Aug 30, 2013
Warped Republicans wrote:
A group of crazy Republican legislators have brought the first lawsuit to try to block gay marriage in the state of New Mexico.
Now that six counties have began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August 2013.
Who cares unless you peep into bedroom window's like Republicans seem to be ding?
What?...... There are people opposed to the rainbow revisionist view of marriage? Who would've think it!

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#213452 Aug 30, 2013
Pietro Armando wrote:
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What?...... There are people opposed to the rainbow revisionist view of marriage? Who would've think it!
seems rather ridiculous, though, doesn't it? marriage has been redefined so many times, as all social constructs are...
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#213453 Aug 30, 2013
Pietro Armando wrote:
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Nice try, stupido. Hey Frankie, do you see what this chooch wrote? Chinese....what
http://www.pasta.go.it/origin.htm
The Origins of pasta
Pasta is the most prestigious member of the rich and varied Italian culinary family. From time unknown, this simple dough of water and powdered wheat has been appeasing the taste buds of Italy. And today, pasta has found its way to the global palate in various forms. However, the origins of pasts remain entangled in its luscious strings.
Many food connoisseurs trace the origin of pasta in the pages of Greek mythology. It is believed that the Greek word " laganon " indicated a wide and flat sheet of pasta dough cut into stripes. In succeeding centuries the existence of pasta was found in Roman cookery as " lagane ". The first recorded evidence of Roman connection to pasta appears in 1st century A.D. in the writings of Apicio, titled " de re coquinaria ", when he narrates the use of " the yielding lagane to enclose timbales and pie stuffing ". However, one thing is for sure that the hands that first kneaded the dough for pasta was not a Chinese. The romanticism surrounding the myth that Marco Polo brought pasta to the Italian shores on his way back from China is pacified by the fact that it found mention long before the explorer's arrival. It is believed to be around 1279 A.D., when an inheritance draft stated that a certain person has bequeathed " a small basket full of macaroni ", widely acclaimed as the " dry " pasta.
The landscape of Naples remained witness to a gastronomic revolution in 17th century leaving a savouring legacy for rich appetite. Around this time, along with other things, the tangy flavour of tomato arrived from the New World, bringing in a welcome break from the regular taste of sweet and sour. Tomato seemed to be destined to meet with pasta and together they changed the world gourmet forever.
Marone. Jizzy is such a dope. He takes dopiness to new lows.
kookaa

Long Beach, CA

#213454 Aug 30, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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Never happened with a woman.
You're straight and it's "never happened with a woman"? LOL Now it is becoming clear why you're so angry on Topix all the time, gimpyboi.
kookaa

Long Beach, CA

#213455 Aug 30, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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Don't need one. Very comfortably retired. Like you'll never be.
I'm sure your single-wide trailer is very comfortable. I will be in my mortgage free luxury condo when I retire. It is almost paid off and I'm probably less than half your age. Next.
kookaa

Long Beach, CA

#213456 Aug 30, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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WOW! Is that all you've got on me? A typo? Too funny! Your desperation is showing.
I have no doubt I'll make another typo or a spelling or grammar mistake in the future. Keep your eye peeled! Treasure it! Use it for all it's worth! It's all you'll ever have. You're a dope.
You just described your self very well, "a dope". By the way, I have two eyes. So it's "eyes", not "eye". Such a foolish gimp troll you are! LOL
Groupons Republicans

Covina, CA

#213457 Aug 30, 2013
A group of crazy Groupon Republican legislators have brought the first lawsuit to try to block gay marriage in the state of New Mexico.

Now that six counties have began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August 2013.

Who cares unless you peep into bedroom window's like Republicans seem to be doing?

Pervez's.

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