Doesn't alter those services being part of her POPA, and still subject to every and all state laws.<quoted text>ok, so i assume that wedding flowers are delivered and set up by the florist because that is what happens at weddings i attend.
But I do appreciate you acknowledging that your arguments aren't based on the facts of the case, but on assumptions you want to make. That's very big of you.
Good for him. I hope he didn't have to deal with bigots and individuals offering him unsolicited opinions about who he was marrying and what they thought of it. I hope that all his first choices for vendors for all aspects of his wedding treated him fairly and ethically.<quoted text>
and my son just got married.
No, that's an assumption you've made for me, not one I made on my own. There are many people involved with the wedding besides the wedding party and the florist. Typically there are floral assistants, delivery specialists, subcontractors, wedding planners, and the wedding party itself. At least that's how my wedding worked.<quoted text>
you assume that the couple in question was going to pick up their flowers.
No, obviously you can't since you assigned me such a limited assumption on your behalf.<quoted text>
not a typical situation but i can see your point.
You make a LOT of assumptions. And this one, like most, is based on nothing but your ignorance and your bigotry. You're mental faculties are severely flawed, and your memory of past statements made by yourself and by others in the forum is for shit.<quoted text>
since we don't know i'll just assume that you don't go to many weddings or at least not many conventional weddings.
And for the record, the weddings of gays can be and are just as conventional or non conventional as those of heterosexuals. You don't have a monopoly on convention.
Carry on bigot.