Gay wedding snub could lead to charges

Gay wedding snub could lead to charges

There are 91 comments on the Iol.co.za story from May 4, 2013, titled Gay wedding snub could lead to charges. In it, Iol.co.za reports that:

The plight of the gay couple snubbed because of their sexuality by their wedding venue of choice has sparked an online debate, and now the owners of the wine estate in question could find themselves on the wrong end of the law.

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Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#82 May 8, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, pleeze. Vermeer's life is very unclear and almost nothing is known of him. They are not even sure how many paintings he did.
If you think I would ever disturb the sanctity of his exhibit, ruining the experience of anyone viewing MY favorite painting IN THE WORLD, then you are a meaner crumudgeon than I thought.
I found viewing that painting highly moving and near spiritual. It was like seeing some world famous movie star in person. They call her the "Northern Mona Lisa." I disagree. I think the Mona Lisa should be called the "Southern Girl With a Pearl Earring". She is actually more stunning and beautiful.
I only brought it up for I thought you might enjoy the experience, maybe share it with your family who did NOT see it in Europe. Sorry, sorry I upset you with your rancid fantasies about my behavior in an ART MUSEUM,which I believe are the pinnacle of human behavior and achievement. I saw loads of kids bussed in that day to see it and was charmed to see the kids' interest and learning moment. I hope they remember it.
Vermeer's use of light is impressive. The painting is beautiful.

I favor van Gogh. I believe he had a vestibular disorder such as I suffer from (Meniere's disease) and it is reflected in his work, the swirls and such. I had previously thought he cut off his ear in frustration with the disorder ( I know the feeling) but historians now actually believe Gaugin (a fencing expert) cut it off in a fight.

I detect the torment of a vestibular disorder or something similar in his work and like it for that reason.

Maybe I will take the grand kids to de Young, to see the Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis, since I now know for sure you won't be there causing trouble.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#83 May 8, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
<quoted text>
Vermeer's use of light is impressive. The painting is beautiful.
I favor van Gogh. I believe he had a vestibular disorder such as I suffer from (Meniere's disease) and it is reflected in his work, the swirls and such. I had previously thought he cut off his ear in frustration with the disorder ( I know the feeling) but historians now actually believe Gaugin (a fencing expert) cut it off in a fight.
I detect the torment of a vestibular disorder or something similar in his work and like it for that reason.
Maybe I will take the grand kids to de Young, to see the Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis, since I now know for sure you won't be there causing trouble.
Oh, whatever.

That is the most surly "thank you" I have ever seen, however. You won't regret it, though.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#84 May 8, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, whatever.
That is the most surly "thank you" I have ever seen, however. You won't regret it, though.
Yeah yeah, If I go I'll think of you, tell the kids some silly jackass named Curteese recommended it.

Re: surly. You ain't no picnic yourself fruitcake.

“God made in the image of man”

Since: May 07

Sausalito, CA

#85 May 8, 2013
So sarcasm is only valid when you deliver it? Anyone else uses sarcasm and you squeal like a stuck pig. Talking to you has become utterly tedious -- I have no further interest in entertaining your pointless ridicule.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#86 May 8, 2013
Umninimuzi wrote:
So sarcasm is only valid when you deliver it? Anyone else uses sarcasm and you squeal like a stuck pig. Talking to you has become utterly tedious -- I have no further interest in entertaining your pointless ridicule.
I have never squealed and you have never properly used sarcasm.

"You have become tedious." translation- "You won."

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#87 May 8, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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Yeah yeah, If I go I'll think of you, tell the kids some silly jackass named Curteese recommended it.
Re: surly. You ain't no picnic yourself fruitcake.
At least I have TRIED to be nice to you, you would rather see me dead than happy.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#88 May 8, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>At least I have TRIED to be nice to you, you would rather see me dead than happy.
Don't be silly. Of course that's not true. I kind of like your sillyass sometimes. When you're not being so snooty. So "Palm Springs". And so paranoid. I'm not your enemy fruitloops.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#89 May 8, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't be silly. Of course that's not true. I kind of like your sillyass sometimes. When you're not being so snooty. So "Palm Springs". And so paranoid. I'm not your enemy fruitloops.
OK.

Now, I officially do not hate you anymore.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#90 May 9, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>OK.
Now, I officially do not hate you anymore.
Don't throw around "hate" so casually. Reserve it for those evil people who truly deserve it. You'll be much happier. It would be nice to not hate anyone.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#91 May 9, 2013
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
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Don't throw around "hate" so casually. Reserve it for those evil people who truly deserve it. You'll be much happier. It would be nice to not hate anyone.
Hate takes too much energy. It involves a passion, or connection somehow. You cannot hate "fog" or "dandruff", they are annoying, but not something that can be hated. Lately, though, in this country, and the world, hate is rearing its ugly head.

I read a while ago that a lot of disaffected people have very little passion. Hatred gives a jolt of energy,which makes them feel some passion in a life sent dull or sad, or lacking the passion of love.

We see those maniacs who get into full lather because of a political cartoon. they live in those shiite hole countries and have ZERO life quality. What more fun is there to gather and scream in anger at something so petty? It distracts them from realizing how crappy their lifestyle is.

It is easy and exciting to hate "them", I see it on here every day. Am I guilty of it? Maybe,I get sick of dimwits who are basically showing off. I tend to respond rather shrilly to those who have ZERO interest in any debate or communication and just come on here to fling poop, as apes are prone to do.

If anyone shows me the LEAST bit of respect, I will respond the same, no matter how conservative he or she is. I even befriended "Luv Sarah Palin" last year, who I originally thought was HORRIBLE, but we got on so well, that she sent me a lovely New Year's email this year.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#92 May 9, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>Hate takes too much energy. It involves a passion, or connection somehow. You cannot hate "fog" or "dandruff", they are annoying, but not something that can be hated. Lately, though, in this country, and the world, hate is rearing its ugly head.
I read a while ago that a lot of disaffected people have very little passion. Hatred gives a jolt of energy,which makes them feel some passion in a life sent dull or sad, or lacking the passion of love.
We see those maniacs who get into full lather because of a political cartoon. they live in those shiite hole countries and have ZERO life quality. What more fun is there to gather and scream in anger at something so petty? It distracts them from realizing how crappy their lifestyle is.
It is easy and exciting to hate "them", I see it on here every day. Am I guilty of it? Maybe,I get sick of dimwits who are basically showing off. I tend to respond rather shrilly to those who have ZERO interest in any debate or communication and just come on here to fling poop, as apes are prone to do.
If anyone shows me the LEAST bit of respect, I will respond the same, no matter how conservative he or she is. I even befriended "Luv Sarah Palin" last year, who I originally thought was HORRIBLE, but we got on so well, that she sent me a lovely New Year's email this year.
You're a peach Curt. I'm here mostly as a safe place to be rude and mean. And for laughs. But I do have opinions. And they are valid and worth arguing.

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