Gender bender booted

Jan 6, 2013 Full story: New York Post 66

A Queens Catholic-school teacher says he was fired for breaking a previously unknown 11th commandment - thou shalt not appear too ladylike in class! Mark Krolikowski claims he was branded as "worse than gay" and relieved of his responsibilities after he admitted to school officials two years ago that he was transgender, according to a new lawsuit.

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Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#56 Jan 8, 2013
Neal Caffrey wrote:
Islam loves to kill gays like this guy he's lucky he was only fired..
We're on it
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“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#57 Jan 8, 2013
Neal Caffrey wrote:
Islam loves to kill gays like this guy he's lucky he was only fired..
So you want to emulate Islam, not surprising.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#58 Jan 8, 2013
You flaming idiot! He's NOT GAY! Read my lips, Trans is not Gay! We're worse, We wear dresses!
Regards, Terri
Neal Caffrey wrote:
Islam loves to kill gays like this guy he's lucky he was only fired..

“I Am No One Else”

Since: Apr 12

Seattle

#59 Jan 8, 2013
TerryE wrote:
You flaming idiot! He's NOT GAY! Read my lips, Trans is not Gay! We're worse, We wear dresses!
Regards, Terri
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Shh ... don't tell them that dresses were actually made for men. Might make their heads explode.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#60 Jan 8, 2013
Right after my first reply, I thought of something that might clear it up for you. Ayatollah Khomeini (Remember him?) put out his famous Fatwa regarding Transexuals. In it, he stated that Transexuals were made by God/Allah and not only should we be left alone but we should be helped to transition. Since that Fatwa was issued, Iran has helped many thousands of Transexuals to transition by underwriting the cost of the operation. But they still hang Gays
Regards. Terri
Neal Caffrey wrote:
Islam loves to kill gays like this guy he's lucky he was only fired..

Since: Jan 11

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#61 Jan 9, 2013
Neal Caffrey wrote:
Islam loves to kill gays like this guy he's lucky he was only fired..
It's totally irrelevant what exactly would happen to him in a country with Islamic law; what is important is its justice or injustice predicated on our county and our system of values. And the fact that it could be worse elsewhere is also irrelevant; what is important is the fact it should be better here.
BS from the DNC

Riverhead, NY

#63 Jan 9, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
<quoted text> And the fact that it could be worse elsewhere is also irrelevant; what is important is the fact it should be better here.
That's exactly how I feel about taxes, but no politician listens.

By the way, what law of nature decrees that anything "should be better"?

Since: Jan 11

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#64 Jan 9, 2013
BS from the DNC wrote:
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That's exactly how I feel about taxes, but no politician listens.
By the way, what law of nature decrees that anything "should be better"?
I suppose a law of nature insomuch as the natural process that evolved a species that not only has the concept but is able to express it, therefore creating the conditions by which such a value judgement can exist,at least in the context of an ethic derived from our ideals as a nation. Someone else somplace else might have a completely different interpretation. I'm here-that's what I deal with.

Since: Jan 11

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#65 Jan 9, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
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I suppose a law of nature insomuch as the natural process that evolved a species that not only has the concept but is able to express it, therefore creating the conditions by which such a value judgement can exist,at least in the context of an ethic derived from our ideals as a nation. Someone else somplace else might have a completely different interpretation. I'm here-that's what I deal with.
Dammit I hate it when I post and then think "I should of also mentioned this"; I was trying to answer the values question dierectly but need to point out that altruism is a behavior found in abundance in nature, aid and comfort offered by an individual to individuals and many times the giver does not necessarily receive any compensation for it. So you can say that an ethic that sees human deprivation from its fundamental to its abstract and both understands and desires to address the need is operating out of a condition found in nature. Okay done

“Live one day at a time”

Since: May 12

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#66 Jan 9, 2013
SLIF wrote:
<quoted text>If you stupid males were not around anymore,there would be no sex crimes or child molesters.Doesn't that sound like a pleasant thought?
so males are the only ones that commit sex crimes...?? Dont think
That men are the only ones committing sex crimes. Women are just as guilty as men; if not more guilty. Sex crimes committed by women happen just as frequently.
Women are notorious for creating double standards and saying women do not commit sex crimes is the biggest double standard i've ever heard
blah blah blah

Riverhead, NY

#67 Jan 9, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
<quoted text>
I suppose a law of nature insomuch as the natural process that evolved a species that not only has the concept but is able to express it, therefore creating the conditions by which such a value judgement can exist,at least in the context of an ethic derived from our ideals as a nation. Someone else somplace else might have a completely different interpretation. I'm here-that's what I deal with.
Excellent!

Now get politicians to cut spending.

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

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#68 Jan 10, 2013
Rainbow Kid wrote:
I'm on your side and I wish you well.

Since: Jan 11

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#70 Jan 10, 2013
blah blah blah wrote:
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Excellent!
Now get politicians to cut spending.
Hold your hand up and stop the tide Darling, it ain't going to happen, any more than any damned one of them is seriously going to solve problems. A poplace that has what it needs doesn't need a savior.
blah blah blah

Riverhead, NY

#71 Jan 10, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
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Hold your hand up and stop the tide Darling, it ain't going to happen, any more than any damned one of them is seriously going to solve problems. A poplace that has what it needs doesn't need a savior.
Uhhhh........say again????

Since: Jan 11

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#72 Jan 11, 2013
blah blah blah wrote:
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Uhhhh........say again????
Stopping a politician from spending is like trying to stop the tide from coming in. The powerful in this country maintain the status quo by keeping the populace weak, dependent. Face it, there is no need for anyone in this country to go without, there is no reason alternative energy sources have not been developed, there is really no need for the many social problems we have other than there value as useful tools to maintain power in this country by touting themselves as the champion of our cause, "THE FIX". Democrat, republican, conservative, liberal-really, we've experienced all of their philosophies and the none of them have actually changed the condition of the common person in this country, brought one ounce of relief from our suffering. Things aren't going to change until we are willing to stop playing their game-something I don't see happening in the near future.
no more plugs

Riverhead, NY

#73 Jan 11, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
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there is no reason alternative energy sources have not been developed
One thing at a time, Butch.

The vast majority of energy is used for basic manufacture and agriculture, NOT consumer use. The history of technology is advancing toward greater efficiency and less waste.

At any given time, there were plenty of physicists, chemists and engineers looking for alternative forms of energy. And when they found them, they used them.

So what happened? The laws of thermodynamics, plus some ugly truth about the efficiency of various devices, such as windmills, solar cells and hydroelectric dams.

Want to get rid of oil? 65% of a barrel of oil is not used for fuel. It used to be wasted, now it makes every conceivable plastic, fertilizer and pharmaceutical.

So chill on the energy conspiracy theories. Think "entropy"!

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#74 Jan 12, 2013
Yeah, Gun control is a way of keeping us weak. Inflation is another, over regulation is another. Another is to maintain a huge natl debt. Destruction of property rights is still another. NO ONE Goes with out, some don't do too well, but no one goes without. The problem is that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. Some people just stand there and wait for it and when it doesn't come they feel cheated. What have you done to have the money come to you? If you're like most of the country, the answer is nothing. But you are great at complaining about it.
We haven't really ever had true conservative govt, persueing conservative princibles, It's always big Govt conservatisism (a form of liberalism)
"My president was elected by dead people!"
Regards, Terri
RubyTheDyke wrote:
<quoted text>
Stopping a politician from spending is like trying to stop the tide from coming in. The powerful in this country maintain the status quo by keeping the populace weak, dependent. Face it, there is no need for anyone in this country to go without, there is no reason alternative energy sources have not been developed, there is really no need for the many social problems we have other than there value as useful tools to maintain power in this country by touting themselves as the champion of our cause, "THE FIX". Democrat, republican, conservative, liberal-really, we've experienced all of their philosophies and the none of them have actually changed the condition of the common person in this country, brought one ounce of relief from our suffering. Things aren't going to change until we are willing to stop playing their game-something I don't see happening in the near future.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#75 Jan 14, 2013
Well, spoken like true believers in the Cult of the Political Redemption; good luck with that-saps.
taxed enough already

Riverhead, NY

#76 Jan 14, 2013
RubyTheDyke wrote:
Well, spoken like true believers in the Cult of the Political Redemption; good luck with that-saps.
Are higher taxes and soaring debt your answer?

By the way, at what point does debt collapse an economy? Percentage of GNP, please. Same question for taxes.

Or can we just increase them forever?

Hissies are NOT an acceptable answer.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#77 Jan 14, 2013
taxed enough already wrote:
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Are higher taxes and soaring debt your answer?
By the way, at what point does debt collapse an economy? Percentage of GNP, please. Same question for taxes.
Or can we just increase them forever?
Hissies are NOT an acceptable answer.
Really wondering what the hell the disconnect is here! All I did was comment on A. how difficult it is to reign in our elected officials and B. how politics are based on the crisis/savior model and so the incentive really isn't there to solve problems, and all of a sudden you people come out of the woodwork dragging your straw men to beat up and pontificating the articals of your political faith-which I'm not particularly impressed by, by the way (If I want to constantly want to hear that crap I'll just go buy the CD and dance to it until I puke).Tell you what: you bore me-why don't you just continue making up my side of the conversation and answering it; I'll just slip out and join the real world with real people and real meaning.

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