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    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    To your pathetic analogy, my first thought is how do people reproduce in your world? Kinda an important part of life lol. Secondly, I dont know a straight man on the planet that wouldn't love to shower with a bunch of lesbians. Thats a straight mans fantasy. Thirdly, whatever you do, do not get into the conversation of right and wrong. I can cite you multiple reasons how being gay goes against morals and every religion out there as well as being unnatural from an evolutionary stand point. I completely agree with respect and I believe in personal freedom. People should have the right to live however they choose, its not my place to tell them what they can do. But once it starts infringing on me or my personal space, I can state my opinion on my comfort level. And I personally have never beaten a gay person, never mocked them, or harassed them but I have been called a bigot or racist or sexist or all these other terms that liberals like to coin people for not believing in their political agenda. I can disagree with policy and philosophy without being a hater of the contrary. Its a fallacy on your part
    I personally would not want to shower with a bunch of lesbians. Lesbehonest here, a good majority of lesbians are butch. Lay off the porn.

    And to your Third, who cares? Religion preaches about doing right, being peaceful, if you get slapped turn the other cheek type of stuff. If religion is all about the good, how come there has been soooooooooooooooooooooooo many wars and deaths because of ones religion? Isn't the the opposite of what religion is? Your whole post comes off of you being a *******. Is everyone in this world programed the same? Nope...Is every man programed the same? Nope. Every woman? Nope. Everyone is attracted to something else. You have people out there that don't like either sex. Are they wrong? Just appauling how some of the people are in this world.
    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    I didn't want to throw this information out here. I was a 3 year varsity starter at QB in high school. I played quarterback in junior college as well. I was considering playing division 1 football as well but chose to pursue my career in business instead. However, currently I am helping train with Derek Carr from Fresno State get ready for his pro day and the draft. I am also working with Cody Kessler, the USC quarterback.

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    Oh heimdog, here's a definition of a bigot for you -- a person who is or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices ; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance.

    Sounds like Culliver is a bigot by Websters definition And please, lesbians would laugh you out of the shower. You disregarded the entire scenario. And if gays ran the world we'd grow babies in tubes. No one likes to see a woman's stomach after birth. It looks like raw pizza dough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    Im curious though, what made you think his statements were uneducated? (I think we all agree these players arent the brightest tools in the shed). Was it his statements exactly or simply the fact he was against the idea of having a gay team mate?
    The way he spoke. An educated person more than likely would not use "don't go no" and would've expressed his opinion in a more professional manner.


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    What a great time to express your views on homosexuals during media week.

    He said it.
    He's dumb, but he better lock down Smith (assuming Brown/Rogers) cover Boldin.

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    I can't believe he would say something like that, what a Homo
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    Quote Originally Posted by CityofTreez View Post
    What a great time to express your views on homosexuals during media week.

    He said it.
    He's dumb, but he better lock down Smith (assuming Brown/Rogers) cover Boldin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heimdog8 View Post
    So this kid is ignorant, naive and needs to do some maturing because he doesn't follow the same political agenda as you do?
    you know it's really easy to make something look completely different of what was really said when you distort it around like that. I said he's ignorant and needs to mature for still segregating against a type of person in the year 2013 and that he needs to mature by knowing he can't say that type of stuff without suffering some significant consequences. You can try to defend him all you want, but you're just making people think that you also have a prejudice problem and would treat others different if they were gay.

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    Torrey Smith really owned Champ Bailey in the divisional game.

    I cringe every time we face Boldin, but Smith is the deep threat, and no me gusta.

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    No comeback? Didn't know this was a comeback war.

    Case closed, you're 12.


    By the way, was my response really a liberal response? Is this political...because we all know how a number of republicans feel about the gay community. That would explain a lot about why you're insanely trying to defend Culliver's comments. You're not defending Culliver... sounds like youre defending your own republican perspective on homosexuality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayAreaDude420 View Post
    Oh heimdog, here's a definition of a bigot for you -- a person who is or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices ; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance.

    Sounds like Culliver is a bigot by Websters definition And please, lesbians would laugh you out of the shower. You disregarded the entire scenario. And if gays ran the world we'd grow babies in tubes. No one likes to see a woman's stomach after birth. It looks like raw pizza dough.
    Being gay isn't a racial or ethnic group. I'm sure there are groups of people who practice behaviors that you find immoral. Does that make you a bigot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFrush90 View Post
    The way he spoke. An educated person more than likely would not use "don't go no" and would've expressed his opinion in a more professional manner.
    lol I can agree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers211221 View Post
    Being gay isn't a racial or ethnic group. I'm sure there are groups of people who practice behaviors that you find immoral. Does that make you a bigot?
    Fine, how about he preaches ignorant hate speech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapajafri View Post
    you know it's really easy to make something look completely different of what was really said when you distort it around like that. I said he's ignorant and needs to mature for still segregating against a type of person in the year 2013 and that he needs to mature by knowing he can't say that type of stuff without suffering some significant consequences. You can try to defend him all you want, but you're just making people think that you also have a prejudice problem and would treat others different if they were gay.

    he's ignorant and needs to mature for still segregating against a type of person in the year 2013? What if the question was whether or not Culliver was comfortable showering with women in the locker room? and Culliver said he would be uncomfortable with that. Would that make him sexist? I'm tired of babying people or a group of people who get so offended over the smallest issues. Culliver has the right to say how he personally feels. Hes not the one making decisions on whether or not gays will ultimately be allowed on the team. His comfort level is his right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapajafri View Post
    No comeback? Didn't know this was a comeback war.

    Case closed, you're 12.


    By the way, was my response really a liberal response? Is this political...because we all know how a number of republicans feel about the gay community. That would explain a lot about why you're insanely trying to defend Culliver's comments. You're not defending Culliver... sounds like youre defending your own republican perspective on homosexuality.
    It was a liberal response in the sense that all liberals use an appeal to emotion or emotional manipulation in order to defend their views. Its a logical fallacy but it doesnt matter because the majority of voters and citizens are ignorant. They don't know any better. I lean conservative from a business perspective. I believe in free market capitalism and smaller government. However, socially I believe in giving gay people all the rights as anyone else. They should have the right to get married or something similar to that. I dont believe they should call it marriage however, although that is my own personal religious belief. Gays should not be treated any differently in the eyes of the law. However, trying to control what one individual like Culliver feels in regards to gays is ridiculous.

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    Sounds to me like your a bigot against people who disagree with you on a moral level? You seem to be intolerant of people and religions who have held the same opinions about homosexuality for thousands of years. And you want to come in here and try to say they are not being understanding. Why not respect the morals and views of the MAJORITY of people. Plus, no one is hating on you. They just simply disagree with the idea on a fundamental level. I am perfectly happy to let you have your freedom to do whatever you want. But that doesnt mean I cant disagree with it morally.

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