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Offended? What does it actually mean????

April 23, 2016

The whole thing is funny, but if you’re one of the folks easily offended, move to about 3:35 in. 

10 Comments leave one →
  1. April 23, 2016 10:37 am

    From the video:
    “He called me an idiot”
    “Well don’t worry about it, he’s a dick”

    Yeah, sounds about right…

  2. April 23, 2016 11:33 am

    Outstanding! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  3. April 23, 2016 2:24 pm

    Actually, Curt, it’s simple: offended means you find someone else’s opinion distasteful, though not necessarily one born of pure bigotry or ignorance. Titling your latest blog post “Offended? What does it actually mean????” means that you see your opinion as infallible and can’t wrap your head around the fact that anyone can disagree with you, much like the “folks looking to be offended” that you will spend 16 hours a day railing against now that you’re unemployed. If you need me to run that back using smaller words, just holler. Same goes for pissed-off Bible-thumpers that are going to descend on this comment in 5… 4… 3…

  4. April 23, 2016 8:32 pm

    I wonder how Disney will act when a trans-sexual person decides they want to apply to be Snow White because they “feel” like they are a woman…and then sues when they do not get the part because it goes to a white female.

    I wonder how Disney will react when men start to walk into the female bathrooms in Disney World because they “feel” like they identify as a woman…

    Curt… I’m a Yankee fan… but please don’t give in to these people. I admire you for standing up for what you believe unlike the cowards we see in much of society.

    • gotham23 permalink
      April 25, 2016 8:59 am

      “Feelings” have nothing to do with it. You really don’t know nearly as much about this issue as you think you know, and you’re kind of making a fool of yourself in the process.

  5. April 24, 2016 2:17 pm

    This is who Curt Schilling mocks…

    Here I am using a women’s restroom in North Carolina that I’m technically barred from being in.
    They say I’m a pervert.
    They say I’m a man dressed as a woman.
    They say I’m a threat to their children.
    They say I’m confused.
    They say I’m dangerous.
    And they say accepting me as the person I have fought my life to be seen as reflects the downfall of a once great nation.
    I’m just a person. We are all just people. Trying to pee in peace. Trying to live our lives as fully and authentically as possible. Barring me from this restroom doesn’t help anyone. And allowing me to continue to use this bathroom – just without fear of discrimination and harassment – doesn’t hurt anyone.

  6. April 24, 2016 8:56 pm

    It’s a sorry world we’re living in now Curt…you have the majority of people in the United States behind you, though you wouldn’t think so by the mainstream media’s coverage…they only print what fits their agenda and right now the agenda is for everyone to embrace the LGBTA and everything they say and do…if you don’t , if you express a different viewpoint from their’s you are automatically labeled a hater and someone who should be shunned, lose your job, and if they had their way much worse (It’s coming)
    Anyway hang in there, there’s more people like you then they think

  7. April 25, 2016 12:49 pm

    Curt, I beg you to stand. I don’t know all that you believe but this is an issue the woman and children need the help of strong men like you. We are helpless and this is unacceptable. Our children are changing in locker rooms with no privacy. They have been forced to hold up towels in the school locker room to have privacy . I am sorry you lost your job for Taking a stand on something that has nothing to do with your job. Now that is discrimination. Our privacy and our children’s privacy has been violated completely and the LGBT activist have no compassion or even care one bit what they are doing to the other children and woman they are hurting. I understand school sports and education equality but taking away children’s privacy and dignity is not okay. This is humiliating and degrading to our children. Thank you for protecting them. Cindy Hohenstein

  8. April 25, 2016 12:49 pm

    urt, I beg you to stand. I don’t know all that you believe but this is an issue the woman and children need the help of strong men like you. We are helpless and this is unacceptable. Our children are changing in locker rooms with no privacy. They have been forced to hold up towels in the school locker room to have privacy . I am sorry you lost your job for Taking a stand on something that has nothing to do with your job. Now that is discrimination. Our privacy and our children’s privacy has been violated completely and the LGBT activist have no compassion or even care one bit what they are doing to the other children and woman they are hurting. I understand school sports and education equality but taking away children’s privacy and dignity is not okay. This is humiliating and degrading to our children. Thank you for protecting them. Cindy Hohenstein

  9. April 26, 2016 3:55 pm

    easily offended? your entire social media history reveals someone who is obsessively offended by everything

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