> > Trigger/.,
> Whoa, whoa. Hold on. Just because a person
> making posts here is using a dot or a period as a
> way of identifying his or herself, what makes you
> think that that person is the vague, amorphous,
> two-spirited, mythical character known as
> "Trigger"? I thought "Trigger" was the horse
> owned by Roy Rogers.
> > for some reason, you have a fetish about gay
> guys and drag queens.
> Is my alleged "fetish" any more intense than the
> one afflicting the woman who operates the website
> "Libs of Tik Tok" on Twitter? Similarly, if
> someone posts pictures of car accidents, does that
> mean they have a "fetish" for car accidents? I
> use car accidents as an example because many
> people have a morbid curiousity about car
> accidents and that's why they slow down on the
> highway when they pass them---to allow more time
> to gawk at them. Can you connect the dots and see
> the similarities or do I have to draw a more
> complex diagram? Do you have a "fetish" for
> reading and responding to discussion threads like
> this? Ask your shrink why you can't seem to
> develop the will power to scroll past them.
> > If the kind of stuff shown in the photo and the
> second video is what really interests you, there
> are other websites for that.
> Perhaps you can explain to all of us why people
> slow down and gawk at car accidents. This oughtta
> be good. Let me grab a bowl of popcorn and pull
> up a chair.
> > Too bad you couldn't just post a link to
> Amtrak's press release and make a comment or two
> as to whether you think allowing pets is a good
> idea or a bad idea.
> Why is it "too bad"? Does looking at a
> leather-bound guy holding a leash to another guy
> pretending to be a dog make you feel
> uncomfortable? Has that photo thrust you into an
> "unsafe space"? Again, please explain to all of
> us the motivations of the two individuals who
> posed for that photo. The guy in the photo
> pretending to be a dog may GENUINELY be
> identifying as a dog, and, under those
> circumstances, Amtrak will have to accommodate
> both him and his owner on a Pacific Surfliner just
> as grade schools are now accommodating boys who
> are identifying as girls to use the female
> restrooms at schools, much to the disgust of other
> true and genuine females.
> Did you see the SWORN TESTIMONY the other day of
> Aimee Arrambide where she told a Congressional
> hearing that she thinks men can get pregant and
> have abortions?
> Her testimony is just after Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC)
> has an argument with Dr. Yashica Robinson over the
> proper usage of pronouns and whether or not
> Robinson wanted to answer simple questions or give
> lengthy, biased political speeches in lieu of
> answering questions. The fun-and-games can be
> found at the 03:23:00 mark in the link above.
> > Speaking for myself, I am not thrilled with the
> idea of allowing passengers to bring pets on
> trains, but Amtrak's policy appears to be a
> reasonable compromise of allowing some patrons to
> bring their pets with them without overwhelming
> the train with animals by limiting the number of
> pet reservations.
> Will Amtrak be able to accommodate my "emotional
> support" giraffe if its identifying as a dog or
> cat that particular day?
> You libs have made your absurd bed. Now it's time
> to sleep in it.
Hey Trigger, I bet you want a piece of my big black snake!