Amen to that. My family is big on going against this, everyone wants to know everything about everything. I once thought that was normal, not so much now.
I don't want to hear about this or that that happens to my friends. So I support this stamp. I'm big on privacy, and it's not that I'm a stiff, its just, I don't want to hear it. I don't want to hear about &@%#) and %)#&*$ that happened in ^*& (%#$@ with %@($^ last night. And OMG that was such a rush. "I'm sorry, you did what with who, and when? And you're telling me, and we've only known each other a month."
When someone tells you things like this, my first thought is, 'what else does this person do, if they are so open about what happens in their bedroom what else are they doing. Drugs? Meth? Etc.'
Sorry if you don't agree, that's just my thought.
I don't know the whole story on Chic'fil'A, I only know they voiced something Christian related, and have been getting a bashing for it from the media. Talk about them being Anti-Gay, Homophobic, even a comment about them being Commies. Well guess what?!
1. They have a right to say whatever they want, it's a free country. As long as they stay out of the politics, they can say WHAY EVER THEY WANT!
2. They aren't Homophobic, they employ gays. If they were Homophobic (which is the wrong term for that word, to be phobic they would have to fear not hate homosexuals) they wouldn't hire any homosexuals, they would discriminate against them. It would be on their employment applications o Heterosexual, o Homosexual, o Bisexual (If you check the last two, you are not eligible for ANY position within the Chic'fil'A franchise. Go elsewhere!)
3. All people who call them commies just because they close on Sundays are not educated. They don't know the history of America, the foundation their own nation was built on, or even the religion of many of their founding fathers.