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Jesus man. It's a friendly neighborhood trolling thread. Don't out someone like that.

Pretty ****ed up.
A phaytal post I can agree with.
 
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can't we all just get along?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg47leyHNcs

yes this is actually them btw

the lesbians we made this thread over

they have made this thread tame by comparison

we really need to up our game on TW
 
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Sweet Cakes by Melissa crowdfunder breaks record with $352K

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A crowdfunding campaign for the Oregon bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa has set a site record by raising $352,500 in about two months after being kicked off the GoFundMe website, far exceeding the initial goal of $150,000.
damn......i don't care about any of this nearly as much as the rest of the internet does
 
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Too bad they had their funding pulled.

They got nothing.

After GoFundMe shuts down Christian bakery crowdfunding, it bans campaigns - The Washington Post
 
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Too bad they had their funding pulled.

They got nothing.
were both pulled or just the gofundme?

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GoFundMe, the nation***8217;s largest crowdfunder, removed a campaign for Sweet Cakes by Melissa in April after receiving complaints from gay-marriage supporters.
cause if not they just made money off this

dang

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A few days later, GoFundMe changed the policy to include a ban on ***8220;claims of heinous crimes, violent, hateful, sexual or discriminatory acts,***8221; making it easier to remove campaigns for Christian-owned business owners fighting discrimination charges after declining to provide services for gay weddings.
The Kleins were permitted to keep the $109,000 already raised on GoFundMe before the campaign was removed.
doubly so



try reading an article sometime
 
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After GoFundMe shuts down Christian bakery crowdfunding, it bans campaigns - The Washington Post
 
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So the ' victims' got to keep $100k from charity. The had to pay $135k in damages.

Winning?
 
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your source this time

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The bakery***8217;s owners will be able to collect the donations they received ***8212; nearly $110,000 of the $135,000 hoped ***8212; before the campaign was shuttered, GoFundMe said.
"THEY GOT NOTHING"

no......that is incorrect

and also doesn't include the second fund raising they did on the other platform

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Jesse Wellhoefer, founder of Continue to Give, said the Sweet Cakes effort has raised more than any previous campaign on behalf of individuals in the three-year-old crowdfunding website***8217;s history.

Continue to Give also handles ongoing fundraising for nonprofit organizations as well as mobile and kiosk tithing for churches.
try reading any of these articles

even your own next time

it really helps
 
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So the ' victims' got to keep $100k from charity. The had to pay $135k in damages.

Winning?
yep

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A crowdfunding campaign for the Oregon bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa has set a site record by raising $352,500 in about two months after being kicked off the GoFundMe website, far exceeding the initial goal of $150,000.
not counting the 110k they did get off of Gofundme before they changed their policy

LOLOLOLO

"THEY GOT NOTHING"

 
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The boo-hoo public sure did rally behind these Christian martyrs to cover most of their settlement.

Good thing the actual bigots didn't have to pay much.
 
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Just checking - are these **** stains of human existence still in business?

No.

Ok good.
 
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"THEY GOT NOTHING"

Ok....OK they got 110k from Gofundme

and 352k more from Continue to Give campaign

but that isn't "THAT MUCH"

move them goalposts phaytal until it looks like a win

LOLOLOLOLO
 
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Yay bigots win.

Let's celebrate Tele.
 
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sounds good to me

 
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The fondler of the nobbler
The nemesis of the toddler
I look just like your father
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NAMBLA
 
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lmao what is going on in this thread
 
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Too bad they had their funding pulled.

They got nothing.

After GoFundMe shuts down Christian bakery crowdfunding, it bans campaigns - The Washington Post
Do you ever actually read what you post?
 
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Too bad they had their funding pulled.

They got nothing.

After GoFundMe shuts down Christian bakery crowdfunding, it bans campaigns - The Washington Post
Wait so... you agree with this kind of discrimination? Recap: Christian bakers MUST labor for something that goes against their religious upbringing, which, when you boil it down is discriminating against their Christians beliefs, and now you also agree that another company can also discriminate against a subset of people based off what they believe is discrimination, even before a court ruled on it?

So, to you, this has nothing to do with discrimination at all. To you, this has everything to do with the evil Christians, whiteness, and your side winning.

You really are something....

You feel me?
 
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how come no one has tried this at a muslim bakery
 
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how come no one has tried this at a muslim bakery
because they'll be beheaded
 
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