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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    yes it actually does, thats exactly what it does, are whole system works on similar premises as long as they are with in the law. Voting is just an official way of the same thing. Unless you are claiming we dont have free speech.

    example. I think you shouldnt post here any more and im gonna tell everybody and boycott this site until you are not posting here any more.

    are you claiming i dont have that right? I most certainly do.
    yep you do and the mods on this site don't have to listen to you either.

    Mozilla didn't have to listen to them. the fact that they caved to peer pressure says a lot about the company.
    again it was 8 years ago and now all of a sudden we have feigned outrage?

    I find it hard to believe.

    that is the cool thing about free speech it goes both ways. you can whine, cry, stamp your feet, boycott all you want. we just don't have to listen and we just ignore you.

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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

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    1.)meaning there is none
    No, it means that it does't matter for this specific argument.
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    2.) and i answered theres no way it cant
    Doesn't matter, it should.
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    3.) personally i think babies and kids should never die but thats not reality. It matters because you cant have freedom without it
    Indeed...I think?
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    yes it actually does, thats exactly what it does, are whole system works on similar premises as long as they are with in the law. Voting is just an official way of the same thing. Unless you are claiming we dont have free speech.

    example. I think you shouldn't post here any more and im gonna tell everybody and boycott this site until you are not posting here any more.

    are you claiming i dont have that right? I most certainly do.
    You have a right to say/suggest things.
    You do NOT have a right to see them done, if they violate another person's rights.

    For that matter if you say/suggest some things it can get you arrested.
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    No, I believe in free speech always and everywhere. I just hope for decency and tolerance from my fellow man. You're benefiting from it now.
    nope you just proved otherwise you think these people should have kept their mouths shut based on your opening of free speech and not practiced their rights. lol
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by ludin View Post
    1.)yep you do and the mods on this site don't have to listen to you either.
    2.)Mozilla didn't have to listen to them. the fact that they caved to peer pressure says a lot about the company.
    3.) gain it was 8 years ago and now all of a sudden we have feigned outrage?
    4.)I find it hard to believe.

    that is the cool thing about free speech it goes both ways. you can whine, cry, stamp your feet, boycott all you want. we just don't have to listen and we just ignore you.
    1.) 100% correct
    2.) 100% correct
    3.) it could say many things, but all those things are meaningless and nothing but opinion
    4.) meaningless to rights and speech
    5.) you are allowed too
    6.) also 100% true. Good thing i didnt do any of those though but other people are hence this thread LMAO

    rights were 100% intact in this case and thats a GOOD thing, sorry that bothers you
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    1.)No, it means that it does't matter for this specific argument.
    2.)Doesn't matter, it should.
    3.)Indeed...I think?
    4.)Yep.
    1.) of course it does. solutions matter and if there isnt one thats very key to discussion where one sees an issue
    2.) why should it? it it did then we wouldn't have free speech
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    1.)You have a right to say/suggest things.
    2.)You do NOT have a right to see them done, if they violate another person's rights.
    3.)For that matter if you say/suggest some things it can get you arrested.
    1.) 100% correct
    2.) also 100% correct, good thing nobody rights were violated then
    3.) also correct, another thing that didnt happen in this issue

    glad we agree they had every right to do what they did
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    1.) 100% correct
    2.) 100% correct
    3.) it could say many things, but all those things are meaningless and nothing but opinion
    4.) meaningless to rights and speech
    5.) you are allowed too
    6.) also 100% true. Good thing i didnt do any of those though but other people are hence this thread LMAO

    rights were 100% intact in this case and thats a GOOD thing, sorry that bothers you
    what bothers me is a guy lost his job for no reason. that is what bothers me. it should bother you as well.

    I guess that give business owner legit reasons to fire homosexuals that donate to homosexual causes since in theory that could hurt his business with a segment of the population.
    opening a can of worms like this is a bad idea. the problem is other people haven't realized the danger of it yet.

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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by ludin View Post
    1.)what bothers me is a guy lost his job for no reason. that is what bothers me.
    2.)it should bother you as well.

    I guess that give business owner legit reasons to fire homosexuals that donate to homosexual causes since in theory that could hurt his business with a segment of the population.
    opening a can of worms like this is a bad idea. the problem is other people haven't realized the danger of it yet.
    1.) a guy step down and your opinion of "no reason" is just that, an opinion. Obvioulsy others disagree. Now thats just thier opinion also but im just saying. Opinions are just that

    2.) it doesnt bother me at all, why would it?

    this is the reality

    guy did something bigoted that was 100% his right
    people found out what guy did and exercised their rights
    guy decided to step down

    what part should i be bothered by?
    its not shocking at all and theres no solution for free speech in this case.

    If the guy conducted himself properly at work which he seems to have done so 100% it would be "NICE" if he didnt feel he had to step down but thats all i feel
    it also would have been nice if he didnt make a donation in an attempt to deny other rights, im not "bothered" by that but i see them as equals. People could argue they are bothered by them but im not.

    its just reality

    he had a right to donate
    people had a right to voice their opinions
    his actions had consuequences

    its just reality

    is it perfect?

    of course not but it is what it is


    Ill ask you the question NOBODY can answer

    whats your solution?
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    Re: Mozilla’s CEO steps down amid gay marriage furor[W:577]

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    nope you just proved otherwise you think these people should have kept their mouths shut based on your opening of free speech and not practiced their rights. lol
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