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Dec 21 Clayton commented on "Thanks for Proving Rick Santorum Right".
I'm in favor of any two people getting married for whatever reasons they choose. Sure -- some of the marriages will be disastrous, but who am I to try and micromanagement someone else's life?
Dec 18 Clayton commented on Ayn Rand Reviews Children's Movies.
Snow White should have acquired her rightful share of the dwarves' property by marrying them. She would, of course, fall in love with them, but only after they gang-raped her.
Dec 18 Clayton commented on "Thanks for Proving Rick Santorum Right".
Straight people get married for all kinds of reasons other than love: position, money, sex, drunkenness, sense of familial obligation, companionship, social pressure. There are a thousand reasons to get married, and a lot of them are bad. Or, as a straight friend of mine put it, "I think gay people ought to have the right to be just as miserable as we are."
Dec 18 Clayton commented on To a Porn-Watching Dad, About Your Smut-Shaming Daughter.
@13 wins the internet
Dec 16 Clayton commented on Tony Perkins: Same-Sex Marriage Destroys Currencies.
How can we be so bad for currencies at the same time that we're so good for property values?
Dec 9 Clayton commented on Supreme Court Basically Rules That Your Employer Doesn't Owe You Any Money for Treating You Like a Thief.
I used to work ina Wal-Mart and we had these security checks. The message was, "We know you must be stealing, because you couldn't possibly make an honest living on what we pay you."
Dec 9 Clayton commented on SL Letter of the Day: Short and Long.
@11 FTW
Dec 8 Clayton commented on SL Letter of the Day: Accidental Discovery.
@19 I've easily been reading Savage Love for over a decade, and the thumb-in-butt letter is easily one of my favorites.
Dec 8 Clayton commented on Marky Mark Wants His Felony Assault Conviction Wipey Wiped.
I vote with whoever said his request is ill-timed and tone deaf.
Dec 8 Clayton commented on SL Letter of the Day: Accidental Discovery.
This letter reminds me of scenes I witnessed in the 70's, when a closeted queen saw somebody he knew in a gay bar.

Q: "Oh, my God! Now he's seen me in a gay bar! What if he tells?"
A: He'll be admitting that he was in a gay bar, too.
 

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