Freakysh wrote:jetero wrote:Freakysh wrote:
Ok, whatever you call the Colorado court the case was originally raised with Mr pedantic.
Here's another recommendation.
The gay couple walks in and asks for a gay wedding cake.
The cake maker says no, I don't believe in gay marriage, I won't do it.
The gay couple walks out.
The next day, the gay couple has some hetero couple friends go in and ask for a wedding cake in the same design the gay couple wanted, sans the male/male figures. The get the couple to request an extra set of male/female figurines, cause you know, they want their day to be perfect and want them just in case one of the ones on the cake breaks. No problem.
Get the cake, replace the female figurine with the extra male purchased and have your wedding.
Take lots of photos of the happy couple in front of the wedding cake.
Plaster your Facebook account with these photos saying "A big thanks to masterpiece cake makers for help make our day perfect and supporting gay marriage!"
Get all your friends to spread the Facebook thanks.
Instead you've had your asses handed to you and all you can do is have a cry about it.
Stop being so emotional (I know that's hard being gay) and get a bit creative. Help yourselves.
I don’t understand why you think you are the first person to think of any of the above, nor do I know why you feel the need to lecture me on what I would do and then proceed to condescend by telling me, and other people like me, to “help ourselves.” The remedy you describe is pretty close to what I would’ve done in the situation.
But that’s not the point. Your legal standard seems to be WWFD. If you’re so damned cynical I’d love to know why you seem to be so concerned about the caker case.
I haven't claimed I'm the first person to think of it sweetheart, I don't know where you got that idea.
I like to point out absurdities. I know it hurts to hear it, but it needs to be said. It's called tough love. I'm on your side honey.
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