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Lt. BUD/S USN Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 8:37 PM
Most of them are, they just don't go online to express it.
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Lt. BUD/S USN Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 8:36 PM
Deleted them from my computers on Thursday
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Lt. BUD/S USN Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 8:34 PM
Hey wee willy, there is a huge difference between the civil rights movement and forcing someone out of a job for making a political donation that happened eight years ago, at the same time your Messiah was expressing the same point of view as Mr. Eich. There is also a huge difference between voluntarily accepting the existence of gays and being forced to do business with them against your will. NOBODY should be forced to do business with people they choose not to associate with. The courts that ordered the baker to make a cake for a gay wedding and ordered a photographer to take pictures at a gay wedding were wrong in their decisions. There is no law that requires one to associate with others. These people could easily have found another business to get what they wanted, but t hat wasn't what they were looking for. They were looking to force their way onto businesses they knew did not accept them.
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Lt. BUD/S USN Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 5:26 AM
Repost of an answer to a post below because I want to make sure people see this. Having read the Mozilla comments forums I'd say they have heard about the backlash. I saw a list that listed over 10,000 comments about the firing of Eich. ALL of what I read were condemning the move and promising to drop Firefox as a web browser. As for my family and friends, ALL of us have changed to either Opera, Safari or Chrome as of Friday and deleted Firefox from our computers and phones. If even half of those threatening to dump Firefox have done so they have lost more than 5,000 users as of Saturday morning. Even though using their browser was free, the lost users WILL cost them advertising money, BIG TIME! But we must start standing up to these intolerant fascists or we will lose even more of our rights.
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Lt. BUD/S USN Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 5:24 AM
Having read the Mozilla comments forums I'd say they have heard about the backlash. I saw a list that listed over 10,000 comments about the firing of Eich. ALL of what I readc were condemning the move and promising to drop Firefox as a web browser. As for my family and friends, ALL of us have changed to either Opera, Safari or Chrome as of Friday and deleted Firefox from our computers and phones. If even half of those threatening to dump Firefox have done so they have lost more than 5,000 users as of Saturday morning. Even though using their browser was free, the lost users WILL cost them advertising money, BIG TIME! But we must start standing up to these intolerant fascists or we will lose even more of our rights.
I read their comment forum the day this story came out and there were literally THOUSANDS of letters protesting the firing and promising to dump Firefox as their browser. If all who have threatened to do so actually do it this will hurt Mozilla big time.
jkash1776 Wrote:4 hours ago (4:05 AM) Firsthand knowledge for six years of many loving but undeniably miserable and troubled folks. And anyone who wants them to go on being this way and says that is equality...is selfish beyond belief. Funny you should mention that jkash. Two good friends who spent their teen years living the gay lifestyle as lovers went thru the process of changing their sexual preferences back to hetero because they saw a future deprived of the most important things they wanted out of life. Mainly becoming parents and raising families. Their families, who had accepted them as being gay forever, were more than happy to support them in going thru the process of becoming straight. One of them recently got this email from a “friend” who he told of making the change in his life. “I am going to archive this statement... Just because it’s about the funniest thing I have ever read. One does not "chose" to be gay or straight any more than one "chooses" to be autistic. You, sir, are a coward. You run from what you are and use your church to console you... The problem is that you will always be who and what you are. And the only thing you will end up doing by hiding from it is hurt those that care about you and live in misery. I have seen it countless times. A gay man gets married, had a family, can’t deny what he is, does his thing in secrecy and eventually hurts not only his wife, but drags the kids into the drama.. either you are, or you aren’t... there is no "I was, but I got better" Eventually you will be forced to stop hiding from what you are. You can face it now, or can face it when you have drug more people into the mix. But you will face it.” With friends like this, who needs enemies?
Myself, my wife and both of our extended families have left Firefox and deleted it from our computers today after finding out that they forced Mr. Eich out for supporting traditional family values. We will not support any organization that allows leftist bullies to force THEIR views on other people at the cost of their jobs.
Do you really believe that Eich "voluntarily resigned?" If you do then you probably also believe the sun rises in the south. HE WAS FORCED OUT! AND THERE'S NO TWO WAYS ABOUT IT. The intolerant lefties on the board and everywhere else in the company were demanding that he be fired if he didn't "voluntarily resign," and he would have been.
The audience hasn't been denied any information Riff. There are plenty of places you can get the losers name. I agree with Megyn's decision not to reveal his name because there are too many sick people out there who will start hero worshiping this guy and want to praise and/or even copy what he did.
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