Apparently when the whole One Million Moms * goes to bible camp, they have to shut down their Facebook page (*your count may vary).
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- As an occasional comic book fan let me add that this is the most shameless ploy to bump up sales since the death of SupermanJun 3, 2012
- And it wasn't even the first gay marriage in comic books either. I believe Archie did it quite a while back.Jun 3, 2012
- I talked to a professor of sequential art about super hero comics. They try too hard to straddle both worlds - the adult world of soap operatic melodrama and the children's world of strongmen fighting alien invaders. That might be why their audience is ever-dwindling thus forcing them to copy Archie Comics of all things to bump up their sales.Jun 3, 2012
- Yeah, I finally saw partofme's reply to me. He was kind of an asshole back, but I guess I was kind of more of an asshole in my reply, so, meh, whatever.
He's still wrong.Jun 3, 2012
- , the First Amendment only protects us from the government's interference. We as a society reserve the right to tell you to sit down and STFU if stupid falls out of your mouth. You are under no obligation to do so, and we can't legally enforce our STFU order, but we can most certainly publicly shame and shun you if you don't comply. Further, Facebook is not a governmental entity, and it is well within its rights to set the rules by which you use its service. If that means squelching what it sees as hate speech, then it can certainly do so. You don't have to use Facebook if you disagree with the practice.Jun 4, 2012
- Okay, I just actually read the article, and my favorite comment in the screenshot is "How is this news? Green Lantern has always been gay."Jun 4, 2012