If All You See…

…is snow that might disappear or get worse due to carbon pollution, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Powerline, with a post on liberals being crazy, and whether voters will notice.

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18 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. Jeffery says:

    America is infested by tRump vermin! Thieves, rapists, sexual assaulters, liars, pimps, grifters, draft dodgers, tax avoiders…

    Maybe even worse than those undocumented immigrants…

  2. Jeffery says:

    Karma…

    A restaurant outside DC refused to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders, separating her from her cake.

    Should businesses be able to pick and choose whom they serve?

  3. Jeffery says:

    The Oregon State Supreme Court has denied a request from the owners of Sweetcakes by Melissa and Aaron Klein, to review the case against them.

    The Kleins were ordered to pay a couple $135,000 “for emotional suffering stemming directly from unlawful discrimination.”

    Aaron Klein posted to Facebook a discrimination complaint filed by the same-sex couple against Sweetcakes. The complaint had the same-sex couple’s home address on it.

    The couple were pelted with death threats.

  4. Jeffery says:

    We were shocked that a civil court awarded damages of $135,000 to the same-sex couple just because the baker revealed the couple’s address online. The baker didn’t even have to make the threats, it was enough that strangers who saw the personal information made threats.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Silly little jeffery lyinn keene of st. louis doesn’t even know the facts of the case.
      But that’s nothing new.

      Learn something before you nignorantly spout off.

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      • Jeffery says:

        Seems unfair, doesn’t it, that just revealing someone’s address with intent to cause harm can be considered a crime.

        It’s even happened to me.

      • Jeffery says:

        Thank you! We have all we need.

        • drowningpuppies says:

          You revealed your own identity, little dumbass, then you reaffirmed it.
          Anything else?

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          • Jeffery says:

            Just so long as one didn’t post an address and telephone number with the clear intent of stalking, cyber stalking, cyber-bullying, harassment, invasion of privacy, threatening, terroristic threatening, endangering the safety of, intentional infliction of emotional distress or intimidation no one has to worry. Although the laws vary by state, in the world of the internet, lawyers can pick the state with the most favorable laws for their case. For example, if a website had online visitors from VA a clever lawyer might file their case there.

            Someone didn’t post an address with the intent to intimidate did they? That would be a bad error of judgement on someone’s part and might prompt someone to expect legal troubles down the road.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            Yeah I read that piece too.

            Anything else?

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          • Jeffery says:

            Entirely up to you.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            If you feel you have a cause for action go for it but don’t try to intimidate or threaten me, ya little blowhard.

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          • Jeffery says:

            It’s out of my hands. Have a nice day.

  5. Jeffery says:

    In fact, from Breitbart:

    if you “dox” someone using an internet website or service such as Facebook or Twitter or most other such services, such as WordPress or Blogger, and your intent is stalking, cyber stalking, cyber-bullying, harassment, invasion of privacy, threatening, terroristic threatening, endangering the safety of, intentional infliction of emotional distress or intimidation, you are probably violating the Terms of Service under the media contract which binds your activity from your acceptance of the terms.

    Violating the terms of service can actually be a federal crime, depending on the situation, and especially so when the terms are violated in order to harm a person.

    It is important at this point to note the “intent” of the activity itself, which is where capturing the full data “as it exists” becomes important. Example: A post itself may not violate the terms or the law; However, the “intent” can change depending on the editorial content within the control of the site operator. When the comments follow, and reflect, a specific intent as outlined, then the arbiter of the posting itself is ultimately liable for the consequences of their affiliates.

    Think about only using a name, it is probably a violation of law, but maybe not. However, once you go beyond the name IT IS ALWAYS A VIOLATION OF LAW.

    That’s why the bakers were liable for damages. They posted the couple’s address.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      That’s why the bakers were liable for damages. They posted the couple’s address.

      Wrong again, little dumbass.

      What’s it like to be soooo wrong about soooo many things?

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