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"I would want to eat a piece of that cake. You are literally taking their message, de…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 23 to Remember our discussion about the baker who turned down gay business?

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"From my perspective, if the service requested falls within services she provides, sh…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 23 to Remember our discussion about the baker who turned down gay business?

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"I won't pretend I've read every post in the thread, but I don't see where anyone is…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 23 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"I would think most people accept this, but I don't find people who are concerned abo…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 21 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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""First off why are you only concerned by gun death?" The discussion at hand is firea…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 21 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"I'm not saying I would accept your position on what difference in Americans results…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 20 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"It was a given it is generic by definition as it applies to the genus 'Americans'. T…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 19 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"I suppose death is the absolute safest place from harm.You could say 'fail-safe' in…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 19 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"Voting is a bizarre. If you wanted to ease firearm restrictions in Canada, I'd bet v…"

kris feenstra replied Jan 19 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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"Millions of lives saved."

kris feenstra replied Jan 19 to France has strict gun laws. Why didn’t that save Charlie Hebdo victims?

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