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In Topic: CEO of Apple officially comes out

Yesterday, 07:01 PM

View PostEveryman, on 30 October 2014 - 09:43 AM, said:

I think there's a problem with the lack of professionalism behind using your position at the head of a computer company to stump for gay rights. He's a thoughtful guy so he acknowledges that he really shouldn't be making his personal life known to more than a few colleagues. He claims he's not an activist and he shouldn't be, but that's what he's doing anyway.

Acknowleding all that is a far cry from punishing Apple for the CEO's lack of self-control. He's not a celebrity, I don't fear the influence his words have nearly as much as the constant bombardment from Hollywood degenerates, and even though he's acting like a Hollywood activist just this once, I know he runs a computer company first and foremost (a damn good one too). Past that I don't care about his personal life unless and until he starts making this a habit, showing up on TV to push for gay rights, etc.

I think most who oppose gay culture are in the same boat as me, and I think you must believe that most Christians are Fred Phelps to suggest that this a bold move.

What the fuck is gay culture. Douchebag.

In Topic: Officials propose making 'South Florida' 51st state

23 October 2014 - 07:36 PM

Ummm District of Columbia people???

In Topic: Well hi thar

23 October 2014 - 07:35 PM

View PostAnathema-, on 23 October 2014 - 05:39 AM, said:

Extending the blue down to Woodbridge is still a thing that is being pushed. I doubt it will go away.

WIsh we could get more infill stations in the District :(

In Topic: Well hi thar

22 October 2014 - 06:34 PM

View PostJason, on 21 October 2014 - 12:36 PM, said:

So WMATA doesn't think it's necessary to run the Blue Line—the line that goes to Arlington Cemetery—on Veteran's Day. That candy-cane strip is a shuttle they're running from DCA instead. So they're making everyone coming from the north first go to L'Enfant to Pentagon, then switch to a train to Arlington Cemetery.

Oh, and plenty of people work on federal holidays like Veteran's Day.


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Imo I think the entire blue line will be shut down someday and Arlington Cemetery Station will close. It has the 3rd lowest ridership of any station in the system. Running three lines down one section of track isn't workable. The Yellow line works pretty well as an alternative. It would make a few people's commutes a bit longer. Maybe in 3267 when the Georgetown tunnel is completed and there's a new crosstown line or a circular line we'll see it again.

In Topic: "Either the President doesn’t read the intelligence he’s getting or he’s...

29 September 2014 - 06:17 PM

However Mr Obama spurned the advice to put "skin in the game" in Syria – in the face of a growing body of evidence – because it did not fit with the political narrative that he was spinning the America public.

Go back to May 2013 when Mr Obama gave a speech effectively declaring the end to the War on Terror, when – as we now know – it was far from over. “We must define the nature and scope of this struggle, or else it will define us,” warned Mr Obama in a speech that now looks as foolish as George W Bush's "Mission Accomplished" moment.

No he didn't. In that speech he clearly recognized the continued presence of Al Qaeda affiliates and other such groups throughout the Middle East, and he tried to bomb Syria.