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THURSDAY, OCT 11, 2018  |  15 comments
Shock win at Supreme Court in Ashers Bakery discrimination case

The UK Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Ashers, the Belfast bakery owned by evangelical Christians who in 2014 refused to bake a cake featuring a slogan in support of same-sex marriage.

The customer, Gareth Lee, said their action was discriminatory and the bakery was taken to court by the Equality Commission. Ashers was ordered to pay £500 in damages for breaching anti-discrimination laws, a decision upheld by the Court of Appeal.

Now the Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the owners. In a judgment delivered today, Lady Hale said: 'The bakers did not refuse to fulfil [Lee's] order because of his sexual orientation. They would have refused to make such a cake for any customer, irrespective of their sexual orientation. ...


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News Item10/12/18 9:44 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
John UK Wrote:
"Aye aye!"
John, is that sounded, A-A, or, I-I?
I don't know bro, but I say it I-I.

They use it a lot in the Royal Navy, "Aye aye, skipper."

In German, it's "Ja wohl, mein kapitan", or some such thing.

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News Item10/12/18 9:10 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
John UK Wrote:
"Aye aye!"

John, is that sounded, A-A, or, I-I?

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News Item10/12/18 7:08 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Hey John, in case I was misunderstood, I was just joking around, and don't find a thing wrong with expressions of excitement, whether it be, wa-hey, yippee, or yahoo. 😊
I do admire your introspection though, and doing what you feel is right, within yourself, by making snap changes when you notice something that makes you go, "hmmm". Again, nothing wrong with the phrases themselves, but speaking to a larger picture here. How many take notice of whatever, and at that moment, make it a point to not say or do that something any longer, so, good example.
Aye aye!

Plain Old Tim wrote:
When New Englanders get excited, they raise one eyebrow. When they get really excited, they raise an eyebrow and grunt.
Aye aye!

Yep!

Matthew 5:37 KJV
(37)  But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.

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News Item10/12/18 6:43 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
When New Englanders get excited, they raise one eyebrow. When they get really excited, they raise an eyebrow and grunt.
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News Item10/12/18 6:04 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hey John, in case I was misunderstood, I was just joking around, and don't find a thing wrong with expressions of excitement, whether it be, wa-hey, yippee, or yahoo. 😊

I do admire your introspection though, and doing what you feel is right, within yourself, by making snap changes when you notice something that makes you go, "hmmm". Again, nothing wrong with the phrases themselves, but speaking to a larger picture here. How many take notice of whatever, and at that moment, make it a point to not say or do that something any longer, so, good example.

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News Item10/12/18 5:43 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Good morning, John...
"You don't really say Woo-Hoo do you?
On American films I've heard Yee Ha or Ya Hoo, but never Woo-Hoo."
For me, personally, never to all three, and yahoo is pretty much limited to southern hicks and mountain folk expressing their excitement during goat cart races, and prize pig makeover beauty contests.
So, you all walk around going, "Wa hey!"? A very odd bunch you are over there, but hey, we're probably much worse. You should hear the slang we have over here. Gets pretty crazy, as in, ridiculous.
I think it came from up north of England (from the land of the Geordies). Not many in Wales use it. Further south, we would have used the word Yippee, to express delight or joy at something, but that is regarded as old-fashioned now.

But, as you say, it is all slang, and not becoming for a Christian, so I am going to desist from using it any more. "Aye aye" will have to do. "Let your yea be yea and your nay nay."

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News Item10/12/18 5:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Dr Tim Wrote:
"I didn’t read the entire article, Chris, but true justice would be if the plaintiffs compensated the defendants for all of their legal expenses and lost time and potential income, and paid substantial punitive damages on top of all that. That would make the freaks think twice about trying such a stunt again."

Yes, that would all be a nice bonus, for sure. I'm wondering if they could try to recover some legal fees in small claims court. Probably not. Anyway, the point was that a court of law... a Supreme Court, having the final say on the matter, actually ruled in the favor of Christians, and their bible based values. Huge, unprecedented news, which has now set a legal precident for future litigation that attorneys can use to argue their cases.
Baby steps, so to speak, even though this was a giant leap for the UK justice system. Hopefully, this will put the breaks on all of these frivolous, get rich quick schemes because attorneys for the other side just might think twice now instead of jumping right in for some quick cash...

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News Item10/12/18 5:03 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good morning, John...

"You don't really say Woo-Hoo do you?

On American films I've heard Yee Ha or Ya Hoo, but never Woo-Hoo."

For me, personally, never to all three, and yahoo is pretty much limited to southern hicks and mountain folk expressing their excitement during goat cart races, and prize pig makeover beauty contests.

So, you all walk around going, "Wa hey!"? A very odd bunch you are over there, but hey, we're probably much worse. You should hear the slang we have over here. Gets pretty crazy, as in, ridiculous.

I hope you have a nice day. I haven't cheked out your blog in a while, so maybe I'll see what's been going on, and to see if there's any good reports or news on the schools. I just can't bear the thought of having to see your mug again, but it's worth it to read good things. Just joking.

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News Item10/12/18 4:52 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Good morning, John...I don't know what "Wa hey" means, but I'm assuming it's similar to The American, "Woo-hoo", which also means nothing, really. 😊
Good morning Christopher,

It is what you might say when your blood test comes back fine, or your wife says she's seen the light, or you wake up to a fine and bright day, or you reel in a big snapper. So yes, it means nothing really, but is more an expression of your emotion at any given moment.

You don't really say Woo-Hoo do you?

On American films I've heard Yee Ha or Ya Hoo, but never Woo-Hoo.

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News Item10/11/18 8:25 PM
CJ | Indiana USA  Find all comments by CJ
Amen, Plain Old Tim.
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News Item10/11/18 11:57 AM
My Own 2 cents  Find all comments by My Own 2 cents
Excellent! Praise be to God!!
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News Item10/11/18 9:30 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
While same-sex marriage, transgenderism, and abortion are all extremely abominable, what disturbs me more than the wickedness of the world is the corruption within the church and deep in my own heart. “Who shall deliver [us] from the body of this death? I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord!”
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News Item10/11/18 7:18 AM
Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
I didn’t read the entire article, Chris, but true justice would be if the plaintiffs compensated the defendants for all of their legal expenses and lost time and potential income, and paid substantial punitive damages on top of all that. That would make the freaks think twice about trying such a stunt again.
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News Item10/11/18 6:40 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good morning, John...I don't know what "Wa hey" means, but I'm assuming it's similar to The American, "Woo-hoo", which also means nothing, really. 😊

Anyway...

"He [General Manager] said: 'I want to start by thanking God. He has been with us during the challenges of the last four years. Through the Bible and the support of Christians, he has comforted us and sustained us. He is our rock and all his ways are just."

What a precedent this judge has set for frivolous litigation by the LGBTQ crowd, and I really like her unbiased reasoning with how she arrived at her decision. This was an example of true, blind justice.

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News Item10/11/18 4:36 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
GOOD DECISION

Wa Hey!

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